06-06-2010 10:34 AM #1
NBA Elite 11 by EA Sports (Live is dead)
Set to hit the retail paint in October, NBA Elite 11 boasts "an all-new technology base, a new control scheme and a real-time physics system."
It's currently only in development for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and the new physics system means that players can now move around the court independently without being tied to another player. There's also going to be a new skill-driven shooting system that will require "accurate user input" and have its success tied into player orientation on the court -- no longer will there be "random dice rolls" to determine successful shooting. Finally, EA details a new "Hands-On" control scheme, which promises 1:1 movement, doing away with those long, annoying animations of the past.
"We plan to profoundly evolve the interactive basketball experience in a way that the category has not seen for a decade," says Peter Moore, President, EA Sports. "In NBA Elite 11, we'll introduce a gameplay experience that gives fans the control on the court that they have been begging for in a basketball game for years."
Seems EA is changing everything, good, Live hasnt been good in awhile but 10 was an improvement.
I hope its better then 2K...........Xbox Live : AXIOS x117x
Playing: Halo 4
06-06-2010 11:20 AM #2
well Live has unofficially been dead for quite some time now. hopefully "Elite" will bring back all the goodness and then some.
06-06-2010 12:26 PM #3
06-06-2010 12:28 PM #4Former Member
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06-09-2010 11:19 PM #6
Could be great, trailer
http://n4g.com/news/540353/nba-elite-11-e3-trailerXbox Live : AXIOS x117x
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