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(also known as NBA 2K1 or Sega Sports: NBA 2K1 ) is a NBA2K1 basketball video game. It is the second installment in the . It was developed by NBA 2K series of video games Visual Concepts and published by Sega (as Sega Sports). It was the first NBA 2K game to feature online multiplayer and the first game to feature street courses instead of playing a game inside the arena in the first game, famous street courts such as The Cage, Rucker Park, Franklin Park, and Goat Park. It was released on November 1, 2000 in North America with the Dreamcast.
Gameplay [ edit ]
New features were added to NBA 2K1. This includes the new Association, General Manager, and Street modes. The game features rosters from the
2000–01 NBA season.
The cover athlete was featured as
Allen Iverson of the Philadelphia 76ers until the release of ESPN NBA 2K5.
Reception [ edit ]
The game was met with universal acclaim upon release, as
GameRankings gave it a score of 89.69%, while [1 ] Metacritic gave it 93 out of 100. In Japan, [2 ] gave it 30 out of 40. Famitsu [5 ]
ranked it at 95 on its top 100 video games of all-time list. The staff praised the developers for maintaining the quality gameplay of its predecessor while adding online, new settings, and a Franchise mode. Game Informer [13 ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b "NBA 2K1 for Dreamcast". GameRankings . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ a b "NBA 2K1 for Dreamcast Reviews". Metacritic . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ Grandstaff, Matt. "NBA 2K1 - Review". AllGame. Archived from the original on November 15, 2014 . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ EGM staff (January 2001). "NBA 2K1 (DC)". . Archived from Electronic Gaming Monthly the original on January 28, 2001 . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ a b "ドリームキャスト - NBA 2K1". Famitsu 915: 53. June 30, 2006.
^ "REVIEW for Sega Sports NBA 2K1". . November 6, 2000. GameFan
^ Anderson, Paul (January 2001). "NBA 2K1". (93): 119. Game Informer
^ Kilo Watt (October 31, 2000). "NBA 2K1 Review for Dreamcast on GamePro.com". . Archived from GamePro the original on February 7, 2005 . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ Ahmed, Shahed (October 31, 2000). "NBA 2K1 Review". GameSpot . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ Hiscock, Josh (November 27, 2000). "NBA 2K1". PlanetDreamcast. Archived from the original on January 24, 2009 . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ Justice, Brandon (November 7, 2000). "NBA2K1". IGN . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ Saltzman, Marc (November 28, 2000). "NBA 2K1 is a slam-dunk". . Archived from The Cincinnati Enquirer the original on November 18, 2007 . Retrieved . May 8, 2015
^ Cork, Jeff (August 2001). "Game Informer's Top 100 Games Of All Time (Circa Issue 100)". Game Informer (100) . Retrieved . November 24, 2013
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