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NBA 2K12

9.0 reviews

NBA 2K12 is a return to the yearly series by Electronic Arts, which features the NBA legends Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird as its cover athletes. Players will be able to relive classic matches with their favorite all-star athletes.

Genre Basketball
Platforms PS3  Also on Xbox 360  PC 

Developer 2K Sports Publisher 2K Sports Release Date Oct 04, 2011

NBA 2K12 Reviews PS3 

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9.5 reviews

gameinformer.com review
Online shortcomings and the lack of including last year’s rookie class on the rosters until the lockout lifts aside (thanks for that dumb rule, NBA), you won’t find a better franchise mode, single-player mode, historical mode, or presentation package anywhere else. NBA 2K12 isn’t just the best basketball game; it’s the most complete sports sim I’ve ever played. This is the new benchmark.
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9.5 reviews

ign.com review
No sports game has ever made me this excited to play. Seriously it's all I've been able to think about for the last week. The realistic, challenging, gorgeously animated gameplay carries across a cornucopia of modes. Playing legends of the past, the stars of today, and my own personal NBA rookie are all different flavors of f#$%ing rad. Any one of these modes would be reason enough to purchase the game, but all of them together make for a game that any basketball fan has to pick up.
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9.3 reviews

3djuegos.com review
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9.1 reviews

gamingxp.com review
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9 reviews

meristation.com review
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8.6 reviews

cheatcc.com review
Enhanced Gameplay - NBA 2K12 adds over 1,000 new animations this year and delivers all-new control mechanics for post play and ball control to make the game more intuitive to play than ever before.
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8.3 reviews

1up.com review
If there's one thing that kills the joy of sports (and, by extension, sports video games) for passionate fans, it's being reminded that they are, ultimately, a business. We want to believe they're more about "the love of the game, the spirit of competition," and other such aspirational clichés. Inevitably, though, decisions are made not for the benefit of the fans, but for the advancement of the corporation (or union, or owner, etc.). As it stands, NBA 2K12 will have to settle for being the closest thing to perfect I've ever seen in an offline sports video game. But it could have done much more -- it could have saved our season.
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