Summary: Pros: Good Graphics - sweat looks like sweat, skin looks like skin, the game looks like the actual game. MyCareer - Although the voice options are limited (I don't want to sound ghetto or ghetto-er), I actually kind of enjoy the silly dialog. The game is a lot more immersive due to the random convos from players and coaches, as well as your agent. Offense - Once you figure out the controls you can do pretty well, even with an entry level player with no VC spent.
Summary: I really like this game, but I am not a gamer by any stretch of the imagination so I find it very difficult to get used to. There are so many commands and things you can do and the game moves pretty fast, so for the novice like me; it can be frustrating. My big complaint is free throws are way too difficult to make and the game does not give you pointers to help like other Madden games.
Summary: I popped in 2k14 for the first time and was immediately impressed. The soundtrack is varied and always kept my foot tapping to the beat, and the menus and rosters are updated well as expected. The graphics, while similar to 2k13, are improved along with the presentation and frame rate. Now about the gameplay. It takes a second to get used to the new controls, but once you master them you will be having a great time. Defense is MUCH IMPROVED since 2k13.
Summary: Been playing the game for a few weeks and so far it's pretty solid. No huge upgrades in terms of graphics and gameplay, but they made some smaller, common sense changes to improve gameplay and AI. I should give it 5 stars, but I took away a star because of the LeBron love in this game. Ridiculous.