Official Product Title: NBA 2K11
Developer: Visual Concepts
Publisher: 2K Sports
Release Date: October 5, 2010
NBA 2K11 isn’t much different from NBA2K10, for a matter a fact, it is almost exactly like NBA2K10 just with a few additions. The graphics are exactly the same, and the intros are exactly the same. One addition is “Michael Jordan”. On the main menu, if you select “Michael Jordan” you will be able to play as the 1989-1990 Bulls, 1995-1996 Bulls, or the 1997-1998 Bulls teams and go up against any of the present teams or past decade’s all-stars. And for every Bulls team, Michael Jordan sucks at jump shots and can pretty much only make a dunk. On the ’97-’98 Bulls Harper is the best player on the team. He can shoot three’s and can go inside. The second addition to the new game is the defense icons. The defense icons point an arrow towards the player you are suppose to be guarding. I myself didn’t even notice them until half way into the games cause they are small. One of the rip-offs NBA 2K11 PS2 version has is that on the back of the case it claims “More Signature Style” which is wrong. I never once saw Michael Jordan stick his tongue out or see Kobe shoot normal. Instead each player looks like a retard when shooting. So the last addition to the game is the Updated Rosters. Which just means they have moved everyone to where they are suppose to be like LeBron and Bosh in Miami.
Video Games HQ Rating: 6.5/10
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