NBA 2K15 can be considered better than its predecessor, whose quality was already great. It keeps the same excellent technical level, adding some - really necessary - menu design improvements and deeper modes. The MVP of the genre is here.
We thought NBA 2K14 had hit the limits of what a basketball game can be, that nobody could do better, but the new brew manages to do even better. NBA 2K15 improves the gameplay even more for an impressive result, and only the loading times and the facial scan feature might disappoint you.
When it works, NBA 2K15 offers a triple double worth of compelling content, from its accessible but deep gameplay to the deep MyGM and dramatic MyCareer modes. Unfortunately, the connectivity issues continue to box out players from its engaging experiences.
NBA 2K15 delivers a solid core basketball experience, particularly with MyCareer mode, which features real-life NBA player voices. But the game ties too much of the experience to its shoddy online component, which sabotages the experience—and even makes the game literally unplayable at times.
It has some few negatives (at least my nba2k came with a bugg on the nba 2 draft class), but, in general, is a very nearly perfect NBA simulator. I play a 48 minutes games with my team no my association and the stats at the send seems identical to a real NBA game.
Didn't play the online modes so this rating will be for offline only.
I liked the gameplay. Simple but enjoyable. The 5v5 games are great and Blacktop too. Shame they removed the 3pt and dunk contest there but it's fine. Pretty good game overall.
Great offline game. Looks superb and has a huge amount of content. Online playing is worthless and this is not the first time that the online component is broken in this franchise. That's why i can't give it more than a 7.
SummaryNBA 2K15 features approximately 5,000 new animations, new defensive AI, shooting systems, new team-specific play sets, and more control over rebounding, steals, and blocks. New game broadcast presentation hosted by Ernie Johnson and Shaq O'Neal delivers commentary and analysis to the action.