It seems that yet again the old adage is true, Give a man a fish and he'll eat for a day, teach a man to fish and he'll eat more. When I first played 2k11 I was swooned by the immaculate presentation and playful banter that is often missing from modern sport simulations. Unfortunately this honeymoon was cut short after experiencing first hand the numerous glaring issues with this title. Why does one play a game? For some sense of fulfillment, or enjoyment many would say, but is it all real? What I see when I play this game is the result of underpaid and hungry game developers who know about as much about basketball as a God Damn Kenyan. If Michael Jordan were alive today, I'm certain he would sue 2k for misinterpreting the dream. One of the few things that does work in this game is Doris Burke, here play by play is insightful and informative, and she's easy on the eyes. To sum up, it is difficult for me to begin to try and understand why the bums up there at 2k think they have the wherewithal to deface not only basketball games, but human nature as a whole. For those in the market for such a title as this, look elsewhere and for those unlucky souls who ignore my insights, sorry buddy.
Let me begin by saying that I've played a lot of real life basketball. All of my review is based on how realistic and playable the game is, in relation to real life. I may be wrong, but I assume that buying a basketball ... Read Full Review
This game deserves at least an 8.5 editors choice if not more. Here's why: MJ - Making a character model for the greatest of all time is one thing, but making him and his rivals' tendencies and models so ridiculously... Read Full Review