Nominated for 70 ‘Game of the Year’ Awards, the NBA 2K franchise returns with NBA 2K15, our most true-to-life NBA experience yet. Featuring NBA MVP Kevin Durant on the cover and an eclectic soundtrack curated by internationally-renowned artist and producer Pharrell Williams, NBA 2K15 hits the court with unprecedented life-like graphics, ultra-realistic NBA gameplay, and more. It’s up to you to claim your destiny.

3 thoughts on “NBA 2K15 – Xbox One

  1. A. Valentine says:

    2K Games can’t keep their Servers up I’ve been playing NBA 2K since the original release for the Sega Dreamcast. I don’t return video games often, but I had to return 2K15.I play about 90% in MyPlayer mode and this version does a few things that are really annoying. They made it so MyPlayer requires a constant connection to NBA2K servers for no good reason. Well guess what, these guys have no clue how keep their servers up and running so MyPlayer will literally stop a game in progress and return to the menu screen. From there you can launch back into MyPlayer mode, which will take you right back to the start of the game folks. It doesn’t save your game progress!You could literally be having the game of your life with 1 minute to go in OT, and then BOOM, NBA2K detects a server connection issue and its like the game never happened. This is just horrible software design, and the fact that they can’t keep a simple web service up in the year 2015 is inexcusably bad.The really sad part about…

  2. M. Faris says:

    Just getting to your first game in MyPlayer can be derailed by 2k Server instability. This is a preliminary review, but there is enough to say at this point for a write up.Face scanning DOES work, but it’s pretty touchy and a bit buggy. It’s not perfect, but once you get a good scan and tweak it a little after the fact, it’s far and away better than any generic head is going to be. My friend and I both own the game and were both able to get a pretty decent looking head.Lighting conditions and shadows can create odd looks and an uneven scan can make you look absolutely grotesque. Having said that, as long as you turn your head slowly (I’ve gotten better results every time I turned my neck at a snail’s pace) and you don’t allow any up and down motion as you turn for your scan, it will give you a good chance of getting something worth keeping.The problem I’m having (and to me it’s a big one) is that I’ve had to do the face scan about 10+ times now. Each scan and processing take a nice little chunk of time. The first 4 or 5 were…

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