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Peter Moore Tattoos An NBA Elite 11 Delay On His Forearm

Posted on Monday, September 27 @ 18:23:31 PST by
Peter Moore has confirmed that NBA Elite 11 will be missing it's intended ship date, and will instead be landing sometime early next year. Weren't we all going to be playing NBA Jam anyways?

"Why make this decision now? As with all of our titles, we continue to evaluate and improve the code right up until launch. Feedback from consumers is a very important part of the process . NBA ELITE had the benefit of play-testing, a demo and a lot of our own research. All that feedback revealed some concerns about gameplay polish, so we’ve listened to your feedback, and made a judgment that the game would benefit from more time in development."

While I can appreciate that it takes a lot of time to make an even half-decent game, I gotta ask why they're even bothering to release Elite 11 at all. In reality, if the game isn't on time, and you were planning on rebranding it anways, why not just skip a year? Is the money going to stop printing itself that fast?

Anyone who played even 10 seconds of the NBA Elite 11 demo will agree with Moore when he says that "feedback revealed some converns about gameplay polish...." The video below demonstrates a glitch that has your fifth man stuck in the T at the center of the court.

Naturally, the comments on Moore's blog post are extremely supportive of the decision to bake the pie a little longer and not give everyone food poisoning.

Noted BIG CHIEF0824. Thank you for your concern.

[NBA ELITE Delayed]
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