2K Sports today announced that NBA® 2K14, this year’s installment of the top-rated and top-selling NBA video game simulation series*, is now available for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and Windows PC.

2K Sports also,  today released two new videos today. One is a candid video of Michael Jordan commenting on his legacy as the best in basketball. The other is the official launch trailer of NBA 2K14.

In “Michael Jordan Uncensored” for NBA 2K14, MJ discusses the physical nature of the league in his early years, his influences on the court, and the rules of trash talking that he lived by. He goes on to discuss which current stars and past greats he wishes he could have played 1-on-1 in his prime, and how he would fair in those matchups.

2K had a lot to say about their inspirations and goals with the NBA 2K14 project as you can see below.

 “Our goal with NBA 2K14 was to develop our finest basketball game yet by delivering more of our signature realism, incorporating innovative new controls, and adding unique game modes,” said Greg Thomas, president of product development for 2K Sports. “From our partnership with LeBron James to the meticulous refinements in gameplay, this year’s title cements NBA 2K’s legacy as the premier sports simulation experience.”

This year’s current gen NBA 2K14 package offers exciting new features, including today’s top Euroleague teams and Dynamic Living Rosters powered by Stats, Inc. Additionally, 2K worked to incorporate gameplay upgrades, such as Pro Stick TM; new Signature Skills; and offensive and defensive improvements to further balance player interactions.

To date, NBA 2K14 has received the following review accolades:

“NBA 2K14 is simply the best hoops sim I’ve ever played.” – IGN

“With lifelike animations, realistic player models, and an assortment of moves, NBA 2K14 further blurs the line between the real game and its digital equivalent.” – GameSpot

“Head-spinning attention to detail and hands-down the best broadcast presentation in sports.” – Kotaku

“Prepare yourself for the best simulation basketball game ever made.” – Bleacher Report

 

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