Last year’s All-Star Game proved that the NBA’s top players don’t just get paid big money and stay in shape. In fact, they take it pretty seriously.
When you were playing with Nintendo, you would often think of the 3DS as a game, but when you look at the Nintendo DS, it is all about the DS. The DS is the most popular of the 3DS, and every time you play the DS, you think of how it feels, but the DS has an awful lot of noise.
The problem with the DS is that the DS is a handheld, which means you can’t expect to play games that are on the big screen. That’s why you’re not really playing a game on a handheld, like a DS, but a game on a tablet, like the iPad. In fact, the iPad is probably the biggest competitor of the DS for tablet sales as of right now.
The problem with the iPad, though, is that you cant expect to play games on the tablet that are on the big screen. Thats why youre not really playing a game on a handheld, like a DS, but a game on a tablet, like the iPad. In fact, the iPad is probably the biggest competitor of the DS for tablet sales as of right now.
In an effort to provide a tablet version of the game, derek anderson (which is a bad name) has re-titled the game to derek anderson’s NBA 2K12. Because you can play basketball on a tablet. So, yes, people are going to use tablets instead of their PCs for NBA 2K12. But the game itself is still being developed on the PC.
I wouldn’t say we’re competing with PC for tablet sales, but at least we’re making a PC game. In fact, this morning I looked up the 2K series and the closest thing I could find to a game from the series was a demo of this game.
The NBA 2K12 demo is on sale now. If you don’t have a 2K or EA account, the game is 99 cents and the demo is $1.
Of course, the 2K12 version is not available for purchase yet. The NBA 2K11 demo is available for purchase at launch. So the 2K12 version will be on sale in the coming weeks. That said, it looks like there are some hoops that folks in the PC community are still playing hoops on a tablet, whether they realize it or not.
2K12 is the first of the NBA titles to support touch controls.
As far as the NBA 2K12 demo goes, it’s basically just a giant, high-res, full-color, two-layer, 2-dimensional basketball game with a touch interface. The demo plays just like an actual NBA game, and features the kind of play that most of us could do in a real game. If I had to pick one of my favorite things from the demo, it would have to be the way it features a second shot clock and the game’s soundtrack.