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    Chief7607's NBA LIVE 07 (XBX)

    [January 14, 2008 03:28:55 AM]
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    I am so happy that I have bought this game it has not fallen short of any of my ecpextations. In fact, this video game has exceeded all of my expectations. In the 2007 version of NBA LIVE the game makers added a new feature called Total Freestyle Control. This feature honestly allows me to have complete control on how I want my players to play.

    Although in the previous NBA LIVE the controls are roughly the same, but they never offerd you the ability to choose how the you want to control the basketball players juke moves. It use to be just one button for example the x button to perform a juke. But now it is a whole new world, they incorporated the use of the joysticks to perform all sorts of possible combinations for different jukes.

    Overall I think the design of the game is pretty darn good, granted that they did have years to modify and enhance it, since they are basically receiving positive and negative feedbacks of last years product and then revising and improving the game to produce a better gameplaying experience.

    Now im not saying this game is perfect, I have found a couple of flaws in this game that bug me. The first of which is what I call "glitch plays" which is common among sports games. Glitch plays basically means that there was an error in the making of the game that leaves the AI players little to no posssibility of stopping the user from scoring when using a specific play or series of moves.

    Besides glitch plays and the rather limited difficulty setting for this game the other aspects of the design of the game is just great.

    - When played in a 2 player mode this game can provide a good bonding experience between friends. The competitive spirit among friends makes the game more interesting and for people who like to talk trash excitement can also be made in the conversations formed during the course of the game.

    - Like all sports games in your a true fanatic of the sport it will never grow old on you. You may temporarily stop playing it, but eventually you will come back to it.
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    [January 14, 2008 02:36:29 AM]

    NBA LIVE 07 is part of EA sports enldess line of basketball games, also last years newest basketball game. The goal of this video game is the same as a real basketball game, to outscore your opponent within the given time.


    When I first Purchased this game I was very excited because I had bought one of its predecessor, NBA Live 2004, and was very pleased with it. So you can see why I would be excited if not exhilirated to play this latest sequel to one of my favorite game.

    One of the main reasons of why I love this game is it allows you to have almost control anyone you like in the NBA, including your favorite basketball stars. The game allows you to control their movement and stats during the game and then in the dynasty mode you can also control the amount of money they make and the amount of tie they get to play.

    Despite all the little intricate things the game makers may put in the game to enhance game play, nothing can beat the experience and adrenaline rush that I get when I play this game with a buddy. This sheer excitement and humor through our trash talking and game play is truly what makes this game one of my all time favorites.
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    Chief7607's NBA LIVE 07 (XBX)

    Current Status: Playing

    GameLog started on: Monday 14 January, 2008

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