NBA 2K19 Review
Last year was an odd year for the NBA 2K franchise. On one hand they put out a brilliant game with stellar gameplay, rich modes, and a beautiful recreation of the NBA. On the other, they were marred by bad press (from media and fans) from launch onward for implementation of micro transactions. The short story was, in order to advance your created player in NBA 2K18, you had to endlessly grind to level them up - or pay the piper. A year later I was fascinated to see how 2K Sports and Visual Concepts would respond to the criticism. Well, let’s jump in.
If you dig basketball and own some shiny new hardware, you should pick this up. Managing a team on and off the court feels as good as ever. The new modes feel a touch underdeveloped, but they augment the excellent action in some interesting ways that are worth checking out. Even if you already bought the last-gen edition, the stunning visuals and accompanying glimpse into where this series is headed are worth the upgrade. Aspiring GMs may be disappointed, but the quality of simulated ball on display in NBA 2K14 can't be denied.
WWE 2K14 is an amazing wrestling game with very little holding it back. The WWE has a lot of history to dive in to and it only makes me excited to see what the next, fully headed under 2K, WWE game will look like. With a fantastic roster and just greater polish overall, WWE 2K14 is a great addition into the WWE video game franchise and is a must own for any wrestling fan.
Top Spin 4
What stands out about Top Spin 4 when it is all said and done is the amazing on court action. Whether your playing with a friend or the computer the game brings to life the game of tennis like no other game before it has. Hopefully now we don’t have to wait another 2-3 years for the next Top Spin game.