EA Sports released nothing less than 39 new images of NBA Live 07. The end of this year should be great for NBA fans!
Sucky gameplay, everyone is skinny, I am banking on 2k7 as they have not failed me in a couple of years. I have not owned a EA basketball game in at least 4 years, and this year I finally broke down and got madden. I am ashamed of myself I thought I was better than this.
... first the net is missing on one of the images and on another image dude leg is messed up also, not complaning, just mentioning that there are only like five different crowd members and in one image there is a black guy with a blue shirt who is sitting across the entire first and damn near all the other seats. I feel there should be atleast 25 to 30 different audience members, so that everyone won't be sitting next to five of six of your clones back to back. Then again since 360 only has dvd maybe there isn't enough room
texture memory / RAM - then I would be about DVD not being big enough to hold a BASKETBALL game. Oblivian was only like 4.6GB UNCOMPRESSED and dedicated gaming consoles are capable of decompressing, basically on the fly. Here is an excellent link for you to sink your ignorance about DVD / Beta-Ray into:
Besides your fanboy enthusiasm, I do agree with you that they could spend more time on the fans and their reactions. They probably wanted to spend the majority of their time on the gameplay - which I shouldn't have to tell you; didn't even hold a candle to the 2K series last year.
Personally, I am most looking forward to NBA 2K7 and EA's NHL 07 -- which looks simply amazing!
Some of those look good and some look bad. It's simple to understand that the 360 will eventually have spacial problems for the dvd format. What we are yet to be sure about is wether an add on will alow games on HDDVD to be played (e.g. the movie drive *cough*).
I don't see somebody saying the disks don't store enough as a fanboy, just somebody suggesting an reason.
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