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NBA Live 08 Latest News - PS2

Game Description:You're down by one. Ten seconds are left on the clock. You've got the ball. What do you do? You make the choice! Using the Quickstrike Ball-handling, you can intuitively control the ball in all kinds of ankle-breaking ways to dominate on the court. Own the paint with new moves and counters for your big men so you can go head-to-head in the lane. Pump fakes, drop-steps, and spins have never been sharper. Actual NBA tracking data tells you who to defend and who to feed, as well as player strengths and weaknesses. All-new shooting mechanics mean five-on-five gameplay has never looked so real. Until now.
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  • EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

    There certainly isn't anything unusual about publishers shutting down online servers for games that people are no longer playing. So it shouldn’t surprise you that EA announced today that they will be taking an axe to a number of servers on Feb 2. The two most notable entries on the list are the poorly received Facebreaker and Madden NFL...

    Posted January 4, 2010

    EA Shutting Down Online Servers For Numerous Sports Games

 


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