Considered as one of the best sports simulations available today, NBA 2K15 is back for its annual "update" on Xbox One, PS4, PC, 360 and PS3. Shown here on Xbox One thanks to Xbox, this new installment in Visual Concepts' franchise once again manages to surpass the previous game: improved graphics, smoother animations and more natural transitions, interesting game modes, the basketball game from 2K is just awesome. We wonder how Electronic Arts will be able to tickle the master of the b-ball, if NBA Live 15 does dare to show the tip of its nose.
Note: Be thankful to Xbox for sending us the game as 2K France told us they didn't have any copies left, although we asked for one on October 2. Silly us, why would they want to send the game to the only website capable of showing the game as it truly is, in 1080p/60fps?
that shits expensive to do. (11 minutes ago)
I'd rather stuff like glass reacted realistically via physics, than have realistic reflections and refraction via multiple light bounces (11 minutes ago)
rather than wasted processing power concentrating on stuff with little beneficial trade offs compared to hack techniques (14 minutes ago)
It's not entirely surprising, though. Hybrid rendering was always going to be the way forward. It depends how efficient it is, but I'd still rather devs do something with physics and AI (15 minutes ago)
@Melmoth: Remedy's tech demo just makes me want a Blade Runner 2049 game now. Yes, I think I'd probably get aroused if a BR2049 game were announced by them using that tech. (16 minutes ago)
@crookedmind: so is people overreacting on the steam reviews like usual? (4 Hours ago)
@droezelke: what is plagiarized exactly? they ripped models and tracks from another game? because it just looks like another futuristic racer to me? (4 Hours ago)