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  • Summary: EA Sports' Live series isn't the only game in town anymore. Konami and ESPN have teamed up to deliver ESPN NBA 2Night. The ESPN license is being tapped for more than just a name. The game will feature authentic camera angles and the wry humor of SportsCenter's Stuart Scott and Brent Musberger. Konami claims it will have the full NBA roster and that its detailed graphics engine means you'll have no problem distinguishing your favorite player. From the superhuman dunking ability of Kevin... Expand
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  1. Based on expectations there's more fun to be had in Konami's shiny and pretty new virtual b-ball court than EA's.
  2. It certainly doesn’t take top ranking for hoop games on the PS2, but it has a lot of nice features to offer.
  3. Although NBA 2Night shows potential as the first game in Konami's new basketball series, it doesn't excel in any specific category and thus finds itself a step behind EA's "NBA Live" series.
  4. 64
    If not for the problems with the passing, steals, shooting and rebounding (sounds like all the key parts of basketball), this could've been a really good game.
  5. The second-best simulation basketball game for the PS2, but it's a far cry from "NBA Live 2001."
  6. There's not a lot of depth and it might grow tiresome
  7. Plain, cold and uninspired, ESPN NBA 2Night has all the grit and soul of an Egg McMuffin.

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