As I don't have the necessary expertise to review a game such as NBA 2K11, we will only show you an exclusive video that should please those of you who are over thirty and were there at the time of the Jordan and Johnson era. 1991, the first game of the finals opposing the Chicago Bulls to the Los Angeles Lakers, ring a bell? Well, that's actually the first contact you will have with the game when launching it for the very first time. A very effective introduction before the pièce de résistance, that is to say, the most complete basketball title ever created. Full of content, challenging but also accessible thanks to the possibility to tweak about every possible thing in the option menu, it will be difficult for EA to compete this time. The simple presence of Michael Jordan should be enough to convince even those who stopped watching basketball a decade or two ago. Now just to warn you, to show you some Jordan magic, I had to play in the rookie difficulty setting, so no need to point out the fact that I'm not a good player compared to you, I'm aware of that.
@alimokrane: didn't you buy quantum break? Eurogamer didn't like that much either. (3 minutes ago)
Besides, I didnt say it was a bad game (3 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Eurogamer is a website I trust more than the hundred of useless websites these days. (5 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: Nor, I but it is a nice solution in VR when there's no hand tracking built in from the ground up. I found it adds to the tension too when you struggle to keep yourself calm for a headshot. (39 minutes ago)
I wish people would just go with what they feel. If a game looks awesome to you, and it makes you look forward to playing it, then just fucking buy the thing and enjoy stop listing to prats on the net (40 minutes ago)
I don't like the "aim where you look" VR controls but I guess that's better than aiming with an analog stick. (41 minutes ago)
@GriftGFX: indicative of modern internet review culture, sadly. (42 minutes ago)