Even though it's only been a couple of months since the Los Angeles Lakers took home the Naismith Trophy for winning the NBA Championship, the basketball season is just a couple of short weeks away. That means that gaming companies are releasing the new crop of NBA-licensed videogames, and we've got a review of one of the most heavily-anticipated of them, with NBA 2K10.
According to reviewer Scott Alan Marriott:
'Celebrating its tenth anniversary, the NBA 2K series has enjoyed both critical and commercial success since its impressive debut on Sega's ill-fated Dreamcast. The problem facing 2K Sports and Visual Concepts is how to keep longtime fans engaged when both the core gameplay and presentation remain essentially the same from year to year. Will NBA 2K10 offer enough new features to keep the franchise above the rim?'