Summary: Game was used as usual no problem of scratches or signs of wear, it was really in excellent conditions but in game music sometimes stops like if game was scratched but I think it is fabrics problem...
Summary: First, let me say I am very familiar with 2K and this game. I also have it on 360 and just recently bought it for PS3 because I decided not renew my Live. The differences are very noticeable. For starters, the load times are crazy long. Maybe being able to install the game on 360 helps but regardless, the load times are just longer than they should be. Graphics are also a step down.
Summary: I am a big fan on NBA 2k11 and very looking forward for the 2k12. However was a little disappointed though on the user friendliess and difference from the 2k11. However the game is still a great game, since there is a automatic update on all the current players in the real world. Good try on some of the new functions, but i would give an overall rating of 3 stars for this.
I wish I could give this a higher rating, but I'm frustrated.
D. Forschler "Donnie", Amazon
6 April 2012
Summary: I wish I could be as optimistic as some of the people on here who have given this game four and five star reviews, but I can't. I am the type of gamer who doesn't believe in changing preset sliders to make a $65 game more manageable. When I pay $65 for a sports game I want a game that looks pretty, is challenging and fun to play. Initially with NBA 2k12 I was rewarded with each of these things.
Summary: I really did enjoy all the throwback teams and the my player mode was much better than most years. The only problem was that the game would always freeze after I played it for a while. I would suggest to people thinking about getting this game to either wait until next year or get 2k11. 2k11 also had some similar throwback teams and the my player/franchise modes are essentially the same in both games.