ESPN NBA 2Night Image

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  • Summary: Ball 'til you fall! Super NBA action, featuring all 29 NBA teams with complete NBA active player rosters. Over 75 courtside facial animations and game specific sounds. Complete defensive arsenal - hand checks, rejections, backboard pins, and battling for position. Deadly low-post moves - over 40 different animations specifically designed to dominate your opponent. Collapse
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  3. Negative: 6 out of 6
  1. The game suffers from jerky animation, frequent instances of mindless AI, bland commentary, and a lack of options such as a franchise mode and online play.
  2. With a mix of horrible visuals, shoddy audio, boring gameplay and no replay value, this is a prime example of how not to make a good sports game.
  3. Aside from the cool TV-style graphics and CG character fonts (identical to the one's ESPN used to have about half-a-year ago), the final game is as disposable and empty a sports experience as watching "ESPN Sports Reporters" every Sunday morning
  4. Unfortunately, because of stiff graphics, shoddy control, and bare-bones features, this game doesn't even come close to achieving 2K1's greatness. To put it bluntly, NBA 2Night downright sucks.
  5. Quite simply the worst game of hoops I've every played.
  6. 10
    The sorriest excuse for a game I have ever seen on the Dreamcast, and Konami should be absolutely ashamed of unleashing such a sloppy, painful experience on the sports gaming community under the guise of a "product."
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  1. RickyQ.
    Dec 11, 2004
    This game looked like crap and played like that too!