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Ship: Fall 2000

The successor to the most realistic basketball sim ever created, Sega Sports NBA 2K1 features updated graphics, advanced AI, crisper animations, more lines of commentary and for the first time ever, network play via Sega Dreamcast. Gamers can taunt, chat and play against friends across the country in real time using their own ISP or SegaNet, the only high speed console gaming network. Adding to the breakthrough nature of this title is the new Franchise Mode, where players can transform themselves into the General manager: drafting rookies and making trades to create the ultimate team. With Sega Sports NBA 2K1 in the line-up, Sega Sports continues to break new ground in this category.

Features:

  • Connect online to another Sega Dreamcast with up to eight players total (four per console) and start your own basketball tournament
  • Improved player models with more detail, better facial expressions
  • Updated rosters that include all the latest trades, rookies and retirements
  • Smart VMU usage allows you to only save what you need to save -- no more using the whole VMU to save a game!
  • Take charge of the front office responsibilities using the franchise mode to sign players and draft rookies
  • New and enhanced motion-captured moves for smoother, more realistic gameplay
  • All arenas accurately modeled in full 3D
  • Create custom leagues and schedules with the league builder
  • Improved defensive system is easier and more fun to play
  • Revamped camera system allows you to have more control of all camera angles
  • Advanced AI creates true-to-life game situations such as intelligent commentary from announcers; late-game AI helps you decide your next strategy as time runs out
  • Whole new set playbook strategies designed by actual NBA coaches
  • Added moves: working spin move and crossover, new swat blocks, ability to pass out of layups and rebounds
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