Summary: I've been salivating since October for this particular game. To say that I was disappointed is an understatement. There is only one word for this game, WEAK. There are so many flaws in this game that I can't possibly list them all.
Summary: I was very disappointed with Live 2001. I was looking forward to it for months and it turned out to be a waste of money. The graphics are not that great. The gameplay is very slow and there are a lot of pauses or lag during the game. You cant pull up and shoot a jump shot.
Summary: This game is the best! Outstanding graphics. Wonderful, it has all the real players from 2001, and the real schedule. If u dont wanna play by the rules, who cares change the settings and play however you want. I thought this was the best game I have ever played in the whole world!
Summary: I was a little shakey about getting this game after all the poor reviews that it got. But when I started to play it I wondered how it got such bad reviews! It was awesome. It had a great one on one setting.
Summary: This is a terrible game, not what I expected for a PS2 game made by one of the better known gaming companies EA sports. The graphics are ok, sometimes some of the players look the same, not to realistic IMHO.
Summary: The only reason why I purchased PS2 over the Dreamcast is because EA Sports only writes games for Playstation. And I usually love EA Sports games, but this game is just horrible. I cannot believe that the same company that developed Madden would associate their name with this product.
Summary: As a loyal EA Sports fan, this game did not disappoint me. As a matter of fact, it ranks among the BEST basketball games in recent memory. The smooth cross-overs and gameplay shows why EA Sports is still the King of Basketball games.
Summary: One of the most anticiptated sports games for the Playstation 2 turns out to be one of the 1st bombs for the system! I've been an EA sports- NBA Live fan for over 8 years now. Playing it on all the major systems; like, Playstation, PC's, Genesis, Super NIN, etc.. So I'm a devoted NBA Live fan.