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Athletes Discuss The Evolution Of Sports Videogames, From Pong To Madden
Published October 17, 2013
MORE OF THE SAME: The N.Y. TIMES reviewed the new "NBA 2K14" videogame, noting it is "possible that basketball fans have been spoiled by the highly polished NBA 2K series." But the newest iteration "appears to invoke a prerogative of a well-made series, choosing not to fix what isn’t broken." That is "not to say this is a no-frills product or a disappointment." But "unfortunately, a palpable sameness has been carried over from last year’s edition in the game’s two principal career modes" (N.Y. TIMES, 10/16).