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Old 08-17-2012, 12:16 PM   #257
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Re: NBA 2K13 Video - Developer Insight #1 - Gameplay: Part 1

So what was the big announcement LD2K? Haven't seen it yet...
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Old 08-17-2012, 12:38 PM   #258
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Old 10-01-2012, 05:38 AM   #259
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Let me tell you guys what I like about the spin move in this gif... So after you initiate the spin and start to turn your back to the defender, you have a decision point:

1. move the right stick back the other way to turn it into a half-spin
2. move your left stick in the direction of the spin to quickly launch hard into a drive (think Amare or Melo move)
3. let the standing spin continue until the player is faced up again

If you choose option 3, you have more branch points:
1. chain into any other sizeup iso move
2. move your left stick to branch into a hard first step launch or cross launch
3. let the original spin finish all the way and go back into your stand dribble

Pretty much the whole Iso system works this way. You have a ton of flexibility to pull off just about any move you can think of once you understand the rhythm of the game, how the moves branch, and how movement impacts the moves. It got to the point that even the best ball handlers that we brought in for motion capture couldn't think of any new moves for me to add to the system. And believe me, these were HIGH level guards. For people who appreciate a good floor game, you will definitely like the upgrade.
so the way u descibed to do the derrick rose move is this with camera relative or absolute becuz I have the game already and I'm wondering is it even easier wit absolute.
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