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Submitted by bearsfaan 2140d ago | interview

NBA 2K10 Devs Talk Missed Lay-ups, Japanese-RPG Influences, and More

Bitmob has interviewed Erick Boenisch (lead feature designer) and Rob Jones (gameplay director) for NBA 2K10. The developers talk about whether or not it's worth buying sports games every year, non-sports games that have influenced the NBA 2K series, copious amounts of missed lay-ups, Kobe Bryant, and more. (NBA 2K10, NBA 2K10: Anniversary Edition, NBA 2K10: Draft Combine, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360, Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure)

Paul_Gale  +   2138d ago
Another solid interview.
Good interview with Erick. Anytime yiu get some in depth feedback with a developer like this is cool.

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