Summary: I'm going back to the NBA Live franchise. 1st off, it is WAY to hard to score on this game, even when you're WIDE open! 2nd, free throw shooting SUCKS (prefer the crosshairs style)! 3rd, ALL the teams play defense, even the teams that DON'T play defense in the REAL NBA! This is not a pick up & play game (unless you like losing & getting frustrated). Too many button combos to do things. Can't manage game (i.e.
Summary: One of the most popular reasons for buying this game on other platforms (and, honestly, the reason I bought this game for my PSP) is the promise of the eagerly anticipated Michael Jordan mode, where you supposedly relive Jordan's most exciting moments from his career. Personally, I think this mode is an ingenious idea and a great selling point. One little problem, though: on the PSP version, there's no Michael Jordan mode.
Summary: MJ: There is no Jordan Challenge like the console versions. Awesome mode on the console versions. Association Mode: This is a joke. All you can do is trade and sign staff. What!? There are no Coach Strategy sliders to increase CRASH BOARDS, or increase 3PT SHOTS, etc. The scouting and developement is only manual. There is no automation. Its a sad inclusion considering whats on the console versions. Really wanted a good association mode. ARGH!!!
Summary: If you are thinking about buying NBA 2K11 for the PSP, you might wanna think again. This is the worst game to buy for the PSP. Michael Jordan is not in the Game AT ALL. Neither is the rookie class. Oh, Did I forget to tell you that there are no classic teams? That's right, no classic teams at all. So if you want to buy the NBA 2K11, I would advise you not to buy it.