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NBA 2K14 – PlayStation 4

NBA 2K14 – PlayStation 4

NBA 2K14 - PlayStation 4

  • THE PARK – An all-new, massive-multiplayer playground mode where up to 100 MyPLAYERs in a single Park can play street ball, socialize, watch games in progress, and more.
  • MyCAREER – Experience the NBA life like never before both on and off the court as you develop and hone your MyPLAYER through an epic and immersive branching story mode
  • ECO-MOTION ENGINE – Ground-breaking, dynamic gameplay engine marries real life physics, player emotion and deep controls to deliver a seemingly endless variation of actions and reactions that can only be achieved with next-generation technology.
  • MyGM – A re-imagined franchise mode that takes grabbing the reins of team management to the next level. Create a GM, craft your management style through attributes, manage relationships with players and staff, meet goals set by owners and more in an attempt to earn a championship under your watch.

NBA 2K14 2K’s Visual Concepts studio, the team behind NBA2K14, has seen it all in the video game world. Founded in 1988, the team has experienced plenty of new gaming system launches over the years. But never one like the launch of PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Re-energized by the new systems’ technology, the seasoned team at VC has developed a completely new experience for next-gen NBA 2K14, featuring re-built game modes, a brand-new gameplay engine, and stunning graphics.

List Price: $ 39.99

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3 Responses to “NBA 2K14 – PlayStation 4”

  1. Matthew Johnson says:
    124 of 136 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun Game, Always On-line for certain game Modes, Forcing you to purchase VC to advance, November 21, 2013
    By 
    Matthew Johnson (NJ) –
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    This review is from: NBA 2K14 – PlayStation 4 (Video Game)
    Great game play and graphics are a real step forward. As other reviews have stated VC is becoming more and more a part of the game as well a requirement that you be to be connected to the 2k servers to play various game modes. It is almost to a point where you need to purchase VC to advance at a reasonable pace. Additionally, the game modes are not near as robust as 2k14 for the xbox 360 or ps3 but the modes which are included are done significantly better than their prior gen games.

    Hoping either 2k takes away the emphasis of micro transaction or EA puts out a decent product to force their hand. All and all a fun game and the only game in town for a basketball game fan.

    MY NOTE TO 2k Games after playing for a month

    I have been a loyal NBA 2k player since 2008 purchasing the game at release each and every year. I have been enjoying how the franchise has matured over the years and the efforts the development team has put into enhancing the product. Unfortunately, this is likely the last year i will be purchasing NBA 2k. The VC system has risen to a level where the game feels like it is pay to play with “pay-walls” in each and every mode (i.e. My Career, My Team, My GM) .

    For example, i was really enjoying the nuance of My GM mode. I have been slowly acquiring upgrades and am now six season in to my GM Career and thought i would be getting close to purchasing my franchise. I learned that it required 50,000.00 VC to purchase a franchise. In total, between the upgrades needed, plus the team purchase it will require a total of approximately 120,000.00 VC in monetary terms this equates to nearly $40.00. In terms of the time required, VC is paid out at 375.00 per game played. If you were to play the games, this would require 320 games played. This would be just to finish and accomplish the trophies in one mode.

    I have noticed similar patterns for my career and an even harsher pay to play system for my MY TEAM Mode. As an avid achievement/trophy hunter as well as being a home owner, married, and employed full time, the ability to obtain the all or the majority of the trophies without paying money is non-existent for me.

    This is the first year this is the case although the challenge had increased significant due to the game moving towards pay to play from NBA 2k12 to NBA 2k13 it still felt manageable in 2k13. The payouts for VC have consistently gone down from year to year and the cost of the upgrades has gone up and up. Now it feels like it cannot be obtained and much of the fun and sense of accomplishment associated with finishing a well made game is gong and simply and an unmanageable grind. I hope your team rethinks its approach as it has taken the fun out of the one of the finest sports franchise.

    While i know you will point to promotion etc. regarding VC, the truth is i don’t have a facebook account or view any pages. I don’t have a twitter account and the game is my escape. and down time at the end of the evening where i have time to play for 1 to 2 hrs. Being married with a full time job and responsibility does not give me the ability to track follow and hunt VC. I would simply like a game i can pick up, enjoy and progress. Seems like i cannot get that from NBA 2k anymore. If i were to purchase the VC to complete all the modes it looks like it would cost in excess of $120.00 to accomplish (and maybe more after MY TEAM collection achievements are taken into account)

    Sincerely,

    Former Customer.

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  2. Nick says:
    80 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great core game – lousy business ethics., November 22, 2013
    By 
    Nick

    This review is from: NBA 2K14 – PlayStation 4 (Video Game)
    It seems that the next generation of gaming is here, and developers apparently weren’t happy with DLC, Premium Memberships, Season Passes and other addons to gaming experiences.

    Meet Virtual Currency. Sound familiar? Yeah I have a few Free to Play game apps on my phone too

    Selling stat upgrades to your My Player is sleazy. It’s made sleazier by the fact that you would have to play dozens of hours of basketball to get your My Player up to a decent level to play at star caliber. So thank god 2k Sports introduced a way for us to pay $20 to save us all that time to upgrade quicker! Not everyone wants their player to start the same way. Some people want to start from the gutter (D-League) and work their way up. Some of us would like to start as a potential upcoming Jordan or First Round Pick. 2k Insists we all start off the same way, and then we buy the level where we want to be.

    Too bad really. Because they are still the king of basketball. Great graphics, fun gameplay, and lots of modes to dig into. But it’s becoming more apparent than ever that 2k Games really needs EA to compete with them to keep some of the greed in check.

    I guess next generation is the age if when iPhone Free to Play gimmicks fused with a $60 game. Very tragic.

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  3. John W. Marki "John Marki" says:
    62 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Regular Game = Great / My Career = MicroTransaction, November 21, 2013
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    John W. Marki “John Marki” (Cleveland, OH) –
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    This review is from: NBA 2K14 – PlayStation 4 (Video Game)
    The regular gameplay is fun, and much improved. However, these little micro transactions that are needed to purchase skills, clothes, etc. Are NOT the future of gaming for me. I was really excited and impressed when I started the MY Career, but then my excitement died within 30 minutes after realizing I was going to have to play an absurd amount of My Career games to accumulate any amount of money to “better” my player. The only way to truly play this game is to throw 10-15 dollars extra at 2k for a lump of “game money”

    Not my style. I expected more from 2k in terms of My Career, and this damages my outlook on the future of their games with all the “game money”

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