Summary: When i got htis game i thought it had my player mode but it didn't.Which was a bummer because i spent 20 dollars for this game.The best part is that it has a MIchael Jordan game mode.Where u can play with is Championship teams.Overall this game gets boring quick.I suggeust that u get it for psp if u have one like i do and buy that game like i did.On psp it is amzing on my player mode.But there is no summer circut or draft.It is only 19.99 which is cheap for a new game.
Summary: Pretty good game, use to always get nba for ps2 then they stopped making it. So I wanted to try this one out. Franchise mode overall is great, gameplay not the best. And a lot of rookies aren't in the game, the 2nd rounders, yet the premier ones are.
Summary: This game is pretty fun. The graphics are not amazing, and the pace is just a little to fast, but neither of those factors really bother me. I did NOT buy the game for the Jordan challenge or historic rosters, so that doesnt knock it down much either. My only real complaint is that free throw shooting is (at least for me) next to impossible, I have made 1 out of over 30 so far. Many of them were with good free throw shooters. Thats probably on me though.
D. Santos "Author of "The Hopeless Christ..., Amazon
11 October 2010
Summary: The game is a good game. Features are great, but I am picky when it comes to dribbling and shooting. I went into practice mode in "veteran" difficulty and my shots were all perfect yet I still missed them. I like realism and competition, but I don't want to be annoyed in the process. Missing wide open shots with great shooters like Ray Allen and Micheal Redd is frustrating. I have won all of my games by dunks and layups.