Another week gone and plenty of NBA 2K12 videos uploaded to YouTube to search through. This week in mixes we have another mix by shady00018, a look at Kobe playing in the 60s, 70s, and 80s, and a first time mix by forum user mg2prime. My daily uploads are still being uploaded consistently, although this week I only showcased the Retro and Hoop It Up mods again. And finally in direct uploads, I decided to focus on amazing plays rather than slick editing in 2K12’s Reel Maker, so check out those six videos as well.
Third week into this feature and I already have more full length mixes to share with you guys, including one featuring all this “Linsanity” going on. As always, I have been keeping up with my daily uploads initiative, mostly featuring my Retro Uniforms & Courts roster, but I will be trying to mix things up a bit more this week. And finally, I still have a handful of my favorite direct uploads to YouTube straight from NBA 2K12 from other users.
The official NLSC YouTube channel also saw uploads this week, including the intro and various trailers for NBA Live 07 PC, an NBA Street V3 trailer and all of the halftime shows from NBA Live 98. So check them out, subscribe for daily updates, and remember to post your videos in this Forum thread.
Week 2 and still going strong. I’ve continued to have daily uploads to my personal YouTube channel and found some great plays uploaded by other users from NBA 2K12. Click Read More to check them out, and remember that you can check out all the official media from the NBA 2K and NBA Live/Elite series on the NLSC YouTube channel.
My series of prediction articles end today as I discuss some of the X Factors 2K and EA could bring to the simulation basketball video game world. Thank you for checking out all of the articles and feel free to comment on each. If you want to write your own article, remember that we have The Soapbox which allows NLSC members to get articles on this main site.
Rather than build up footage of my mods to turn into full length mixes, I have been putting all my upload worthy plays in NBA 2K12 up on my YouTube Channel. I also regularly check for recent NBA 2K12 direct uploads to YouTube, so if you click to read more you can check out all my uploads for the week, as well as my favorite direct uploads from other users.
I’ll also post any full length mixes that come out. If you don’t want to wait for the end of the week to see my uploads and liked videos, you can to Subscribe to my channel, and be sure to check out the Official NLSC YouTube Channel for all the official trailers from the NBA Live and NBA 2K series. If you want to see your videos featured, be sure to post them in this thread, or comment below so I can subscribe to your YouTube account.
When we buy EA or 2K’s NBA game we expect to play as the 30 current NBA teams. We expect that the rosters will be updated daily thanks to the precedent set by Living Rosters and DNA updates. And we will expect to play as the Brooklyn Nets for the ’13 games. In my opinion, the special teams in an NBA game can have a drastic effect on the game’s replayability, so that is what I will look at today.
Today I am going to lay out my predictions regarding the franchise modes in the basketball games coming out in the fall of 2012. Even though these modes are played for the longest periods of time by the most hardcore of basketball gamers, they rarely get any huge updates to make the mode more accessible. With that in mind, take a look at my predictions for Association and Dynasty modes for NBA 2K13 and EA NBA 13.
Writing about those online ideas I had yesterday really got me hyped for this year’s games. I really hope I am right with those predictions since the online stability and utilization in basketball games is severely lacking. Today I am looking at the core single player experience in each game, My Player and Become Legendary (or Be a Pro). Even though Become Legendary hasn’t successfully debuted yet, I am still expecting it to be featured in EA’s next NBA simulation game.
One aspect that EA dominated 2K in year after year was NBA Live’s online speed and consistency. NBA 2K10 made a run at Live 10 with its My Player centric Crew mode, but simply being able to handle the amount of players online pushed Live 10’s multiplayer ahead. For the upcoming games EA will have to contend with Online Associations and new additions 2K will bring to the online table.
So far I have made some predictions on the cover athlete and presentation elements of NBA 2K13 and the return to simulation basketball gaming from EA. So far my predictions have been pretty safe, but graphics have always been a grey area for sports games with drastic improvements seemingly coming out of the blue. What do I think will happen this year? Click Read More and find out.
Yesterday I attempted to predict which NBA players will show up on the covers of EA’s simulation NBA game coming out this fall and NBA 2K13. Today I am looking at each games’ presentation, making some ill-advised predictions, and sharing some of my wishlist items. Read on to check them out.
As previously outlined by Andrew, basketball gamers have a lot to look forward to in the coming fall of 2012. The return of EA’s NBA simulation game and yet another iteration of NBA 2K should destroy our free time and cause many sick days for working and student gamers.
Following my “successful” predictions about NBA 2K12 last year, I thought I would make another run at predicting what features the upcoming basketball games will have this coming fall. Although this year I plan on adding in some personal wishlist ideas as well.
Just to get it out of the way, I will first attempt to predict who the cover athlete will be for both games. I still feel that some basketball gamers put too much emphasis on the cover athlete to decide which game they buy. But if I could look past NBA 2K10’s Kobe Bryant cover, then I hope everyone else will decide by the game itself instead of the cover.
2012 is upon us and before we know it, we’ll be entering a new season of previews for this year’s basketball video games. However, before those previews begin to come out and the games themselves eventually drop in October, there’ll be official updates for NBA 2K12 and NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, along with plenty of community-made mods released for the PC versions of NBA 2K and NBA Live.
Join me as I take a look at some of the things basketball gamers have to look forward to in 2012!
Congrats to TNeckDME for winning his second Patch of the Week in a row and his third total!
TNeckDME won with his Enhanced Sideline Characters. Now that we have 10 winners, there will be a two week vote to decide the Patch of the Year! TNeckDME’s Enhanced series takes up three of the possible votes and is going against the first Rookie Roster, dornas, courts, shot clocks, shoes and the 1993 Phoenix Suns. Be sure to get your vote in here!