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2K Sports has just posted another NBA 2K11 Developer Insight. This one focusing on making a smarter game, written by Mike Wang and Jerson Sapida.

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"Now let’s talk about AI. Authenticity and Signature Style have always been strong points of 2K basketball. For NBA 2K11, we really wanted to take that to new heights both on the player level, as well as the team level. When I came back to the team last year and saw how much work the guys had done with the player tendencies, in partnership with 82games, I was really impressed. The thing I was most impressed by is how well all of the new tendencies had been integrated into the code. You can really see how each player rating and tendency is translated into how a real basketball player “thinks” out there on the floor. When I first played NBA 2K10, the difference between the superstars and the not-so-superstars immediately came through. But as I took the game to the lab, and really dissected each player and team, it really gave me an appreciation for just how much work had been done in that regard. Kobe loved his dribble pull up, Melo attacked like Melo on the perimeter as well as in the post, and J.R. Smith launched any shot from anywhere and everywhere without hesitation."

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# 161 Soda @ 08/11/10 05:29 AM
this sounds good, let's hope it plays nearly as good as it sounds
 
# 162 Pared @ 08/12/10 02:50 PM
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Originally Posted by mrclutch
This is amazing news for me. I can't tell you how many times I messed up shooting because of the camera angle.
They needed to do it to get some guys off the damn X button for shooting.

Now if I can only train my brain to make sure I do up instead of up and a little to the left for up.
 
# 163 Penny Hardaway @ 08/12/10 03:37 PM
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Originally Posted by Pared
They needed to do it to get some guys off the damn X button for shooting.

Now if I can only train my brain to make sure I do up instead of up and a little to the left for up.

If there was a like button I'd have to agree. That was truly the only thing that would frustrate me on Offense, I'd push the towards the right, only to have my player force a runner while being defended by 2 big men in the paint.
 


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