NBA Live 06
|NBA Live 06|
NBA Live 06 is a 2005 installment of the NBA Live series released on the Xbox 360, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, PC, PlayStation Portable, PlayStation 2 and Mobile. It was developed by EA Sports. The game features several game modes, including Dynasty, Season, Playoffs, or Free Play. It features Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat on the cover. This was the last NBA Live game on the GameCube.
In Dynasty Mode, the game player chooses one team (excluding the All-Star Teams) and runs a dynasty which overlaps many seasons. Decisions are made as to the number of games per season, the difficulty level, trade players, and sign new players along with hiring coaches. Games can be simulated. Dynasty Mode contains an All-Star weekend, except the players or rosters are according to the Dynasty Season. The game player hires the coaching staff and runs a training camp which may be simulated. There is also a trade deadline.
In Season Mode, the gamer plays only a single season of basketball. The gamer can trade, sign, and drop players.
In the Playoffs, the game player participates in the playoffs with teams either from the Eastern or Western Conference. The default teams are those that were in the 2004-05 playoffs.
In the All-Star Weekend mode, the game player can choose to participate in a rookie game, a dunk contest, or a 3 point contest. In the dunk contest, fancy dunks are attempted and the player with the most points wins. In the 3 point contest, as many 3 pointers are attempted as possible. Both the 3 Point Shootout and the Slam Dunk Contest are announced by TNT Inside the NBA analyst Kenny Smith.
|1.||"God of Rap"||Afu-Ra|
|2.||"We Got Next"||Bishop Lamont feat. Chevy Jones|
|3.||"My Style"||Black Eyed Peas|
|4.||"Don't Stop"||Chali 2na feat. Anthony Hamilton|
|6.||"Remember the Name"||Fort Minor|
|7.||"Streetz Melting"||Jae Millz|
|8.||"In the House"||Jurassic 5|
|11.||"Deportes EA"||N.O.R.E. feat. GemStar and Big Mato|
|12.||"For the Nasty"||Q-Tip feat. Busta Rhymes|
|14.||"Like Dat"||Stat Quo|
|15.||"Mil Cosas"||Tego Calderón|
|16.||"Let's Move"||The Perceptionists|