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NBA 2K6 (Post-E3 2005)

Developer: Visual Concepts | Publisher: 2K Sports
Players: 1 to 4 Player Game | Genre: Sports

Release Date: 11/16/05

It's another year and once again I'm at E3 2005 in Los Angeles. This year more than others I was curious to see how Sega Sports was going to handle not having their strongest title in the field. upon taking an early look at their latest NBA creation, I must say I am quite encouraged.

This year, NBA has all the ingredients necessary to continue its reign as the top game of hoops. You can achieve NBA superstar status with the new 24/7 mode, where created players now partake in training camps, competitions and even land endorsement deals. Elevate your game by utilizing the innovative V.I.P. System to challenge profiles of friends and other NBA 2K6 ballers across the country that match their gameplay tendencies down to every minute detail. Then head over to The Crib to customize your pad, buy music and unlock mini-games with crib credits earned playing the game.

In 24/7 mode, you can model your life as the next superstar in the league. You can create your own player and take him through an elite career. You can train your player, improve his skills and cream the competition in order to gain endorsement deals.

Like the NFL games of old, NBA 2K6 is making it's crib debut. This is a way for you show off everything you've achieved in the game. You can earn credits and buy things to put in your crib.

In the association, the deepest franchise has just gotten a whole lot deeper. You can hire your own coaching staff and scouts, track top draft picks and even receive feedback from them.

Last and not least, we can't forget the online experience. You can have online stat tracking, online leagues and buddy list management.

Keep it locked to for more information as it's released.

By Antoine Byrd - 05/18/05

Screenshots for NBA 2K6 (Post-E3 2005)

E3 2005 Best of Show (Jeremy)

2005 Nintendo E3 Press Conference