Summary: Love the game, but doesn't always do what is intended. Even though my stats are high, they don't plan me as a starter. The game makes you miss free throws which is frustrating. Aside from that, it's addicting.
Summary: nice game but not much of an improvement over 2k13. Career mode is a bit frustrating. one thing i dont like is they force you to use fatigue in career mode. you are start off as the worst player in the NBA and you team pretty much sucks. you are slow and miss many open shots or layups even with perfect timing. but all and all decent game.
Summary: I reviewed this based off of how they improved the game from last years game. I believe that is how they should be reviewed because we already know that last years game was fun and a success and we know they could spit out the same game and it would still be fun, but I want to see improvement. So without further ado, here is my review. -The presentation: The LeBron stuff was new and brought a different feel to the game but was otherwise nothing to go crazy about.
Summary: Despite all the hoopla, Lebron lending his name to the cover, and all the supposed changes that have taken place, the game has lost all sense of realism, feel and satisfaction within normal playing modes. In MyCareer the collision detection is a joke, and the team-mate marking system stacked against the player with random AI players leaving their assignments bringing your grade down. A real disappointment so far after last year's undoubted high point.