Another possibility is to strip it down to just purely "quick games" and "Franchise mode" and try to perfect the game play ignoring everything else between now and then. Then next years version to tack on all the "My Player" mode or whatever they want to call it.
You've got to get the bugs out, and also to get the game play correct, and not necessarily in that order. Then worry about the rest.
Wait, I just remembered I can't buy it used because those idiots made you have to register to get the player DNA or whatever it was. Screw it.
NBA2K11 won't. But they are going to start installing it in their games as early as this fall. Used game retailers/renters are another reason, but this is also because of illegally copied games.
What is the DNA thing?
Is it like this year's Madden where you need a code to play on-line?
I think this could actually hurt 2k11 some. Alot of people just buy the next year's game mainly just for the new rosters. if I owned Live 10, there is no way i'd think about shelling out $60 for 2k11.
If I could still have 2k8 on PS2 with updated rosters, i'd probably be playing that one.
If Live 10 had a team-up mode that wasn't clan-exclusive, I might still be playing it.
Also, where did you read that they're doing that? It's news to me.
Pastapadre was spreading the word on it. 2K is going to be doing something called "online Pass," which will be the same basic thing. Speculation is it'll start with MLB 2K11.
too soon to call this title "NBA DELETE?"
Question out of pure curiosity:
Has the implementation of fees to play online, if used by a disc owner besides the original purchaser, done anything to alter either the price of used games or the trade-in value of said games?
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