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Old 11-23-2013, 01:40 PM   #281
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Default Re: NBA 2k14

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Originally Posted by KG215
Went ahead and bought a copy for PS3 since it looks like I won't be able to get a PS4 any time soon. Don't have a lot of complaints so far. It may just be me sucking at playing defense, but I do feel the computer scores way too easily. I've played 5 games so far and every team I've played has scored 110+ points on me in 12 minute quarters.

This may sound like a really stupid reason to be excited about 2K14, but I love that you can actually block shots now. As an OKC fan, I'm pretty stoked now that I can actually make Ibaka effective on defense by having 3-5 block games on a consistent basis; whereas on past 2Ks I was doing good just to get 2 or 3 blocks with him in a game.

I started a dual-Association with the Thunder and Pelicans and have had some big games. I've played 2 games with OKC and 3 with the Pelicans. 2-0 with OKC and 2-1 with the Pelicans. Just finished beating the Magic (Pelicans) 121-114, and went for 25 points, 11 rebounds, and 6 blocks with Anthony Davis.
You know, I gave current gen 2K14 such a hard time when it was initially released because it seemed like the smallest amount of improvement year-to-year of the entire series. But after seeing next gen 2K14 (which looks great and I hear plays well on-court), paying a (hopefully) reduced price for current gen 2K14 doesn't seem so shabby in comparison to dropping $500+ on a new 2K with many aspects stripped down.
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