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UPC 710425392559
REGISTERED: 09/03/18
UPDATED: 09/20/18


  • NBA 2K8 available on November 14 2014 from Amazon for 5.00
  • UPC bar code 710425392559 ξ1 registered February 05 2015
  • UPC bar code 710425392559 ξ2 registered November 14 2014
  • Product category is Software Game
  • Manufacturered by 2K Games
  • 39255
  • # 827307799884

  • Product weight is 0.05 lbs.
  • Live from Las Vegas, 2K is bringing you the Sprite Slam Dunk Contest, hosted by street legend Bobbito Garcia. Choose from hundreds of dunks and a vast array of props as you compete against the NBA's finest dunkers in this 4 player event. The Sprite Slam Dunk Contest is also playable online - prove to the world that you are the greatest dunker there is. * Customizable Free Throws, Dribble Moves, and Dunks give users total control over the way their favorite players play on the court. * Every NBA player has been completely redone to improve likenesses and overall graphical quality. Kevin Harlan and Kenny Smith now deliver emotionally charged commentary and the new Game Wrap-Up feature allows you to choose the kind of post game show you watch. * All-new defensive controls give users more control of their player than ever before! * Run your franchise by identifying player roles, balancing playing time, and keeping team morale up. The Hoopcast Simulator makes simulating games exciting while SimCentral centralizes all necessary information for real-time stats, standing, injuries, and much more. The king of the hard court is back and better than ever with the all-new Sprite Slam Dunk Contest. NBA 2K8 continues a five year legacy of amazing NBA simulation with in-game features that bring basketball to life like never before. 2K Online - Now with tons of new features including a news ticker that updates you with sports headlines across the country, a user customizable Front Page display, and a Co-op mode that allows 2 users to play on the same team against the AI.

    ^ NBA 2K8 (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2007) (revised Aug 2017)
    ^ (2007). NBA 2K8, 2k Games. Amazon. (revised Nov 2014)

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