Excerpt: There have been a few touch-ups, such as improved graphics and, for those of you that own a headset, in game voice recognition for calling plays. Hold the L1 button, bark out some orders and watch your players take care of the rest.
Conclusion: There are only a few games which come to mind when I think about voice recognition technology, including SOCOM I and II for PS2 and Ghost Recon for Xbox. You can use a USB headset online and offline for both voice chat and calling out plays to your players.
Summary: The NBA season is almost a quarter of the way through and I’ve had to deal with the growing pains of a young Cleveland Cavaliers team. Well, to help me through this painful season, I’ve decided to take part in a few NBA games released for consoles.
Excerpt: When it comes to games from 989 it's virtually the same thing every year; "Last year's version was bad, but this year it's a little better." In every sport, 989 consistently offers up the worst game year after year.
Excerpt: Last year's NBA Shootout suffered from inept game play at times, unresponsive controls (Freestyle movement), and mediocre graphics. Does “NBA Shootout 2004” improve upon this?? Read on to find out.