Something that I have been interested in learning more about has been 2k10. I remember my brother was talking about it before it even came out, but I really did not pay attention because I did not have Play station 3. Lately, the issue has caught my eye again. I know that many people feel that 2K9 is better. From what I have heard, 2k10 has more features than 2k9 For example, I heard that you could do better post up moves and dunks and new crossovers. Now that's just what I've heard, it may or may not be true. One thing that I know for sure about 2k10 is that when I get it I will master it because I've Been playing 2k since it made its first game, and it’s always had more features than other basketball games. Now I've studied my share of Sports, and talked about some of the new 2k10 features. I believe people would want to play it more Personally, it's funny to me how the people I forced to play 2k10 wants to vs. all the time 2k10 wasn’t important before because people would usually go for NBA Live. 2k10 has real world match-ups, news and stats are automatically streamed right into the game, layers can create their own basketball player and guide him through his career. Starting as a drafted or undrafted rookie in the Summer Circuit, players will have to work their way up into an NBA team’s training camp, 2k10 has real world match-ups, news and stats are automatically streamed right into the game, players can create their own basketball player and guide him through his career. Starting as a drafted or undrafted rookie in the Summer Circuit, players will have to work their way up into an NBA team’s training camp, or in the D-league, and new signature player styles, tendencies, dribble packages, dunk packages, facial expressions and team rituals.
I chose to do some research on the topic. As I searched for blogs and news articles on Google, I came across this one article: http://community.2ksports.com/community/insights/index.cfm?aid=965095&l=11. This article provided a lot of information and opinions on 2k10. Some people felt that 2k10 game play were the same as 2k9. "This is where things start to get, well, a little rough! You are no longer playing against the likes of Adam Morrison, you’re now playing against guys like Kobe, Pau, and Ron-Ron. Training Camp is no joke, every team invites 20 players to their custom Training Camp facility with the intention of taking a 15-man roster into the NBA season. Training Camp consists of 5 games, with a player getting cut at the end of every single game. By the end of the 5th game, the team will be down to 15 players, and those are the players the team is going to move forward with ". This example of 1 of the new features didn't really surprise me all that much, but it did make me feel excited. It made me feel better because you get a better practice before you play the game. In another article, http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10388899-1.html?tag=mncol. There was this one statement that made me shake my head in agreement with the writer. Why you should buy it: You like the more strategic elements of the game (i.e., calling plays), as well the concept of Dynamic DNA and playing a virtual season that's impacted by the real NBA season. This is so true because when I started playing NBA 2K10 the game play was realistic. The commentary talks about the stats of the player and give excitement when good play happen. Also before you start playing Lebron James, Kobe Bryant, and other of the best play does they signature moves. It’s very interesting to watch. All of this makes me think that you’re playing and watching a real NBA game. From these articles I have learned a lot. EA's done a good job making this a smoother, more realistic playing game with virtual players who look like their human counterparts. One strong point is the strategy and play-making elements, which allow you to call a wide array of plays to exploit defensive match-ups or pull off pick-and-rolls. 2k10 also lets you update the rosters. But what’s bad is that AI and ball physics are a little suspect at times, and it sometimes seems too easy to turn the ball over and teammates tend not to do all that much unless you're calling a play or manually controlling them. It’s kind of good because I like to control the game by myself. Post up moves, dunks, and layups is more realistic. Training really helps you a lot because every team invites 20 players to their custom Training Camp facility with the intention of taking a 15-man roster into the NBA season. Training Camp consists of 5 games, with a player getting cut at the end of every single game. By the end of the 5th game, the team will be down to 15 players, and those are the players the team is going to move forward with. So you’ll understand the game by then. Before people didn’t want to play 2k10 now there eating there words like a micro waved mayonnaise sandwich.