139w ago - Today Community Manager Yaw at NBA Electronic Arts Canada has revealed alongside a video trailer that the NBA Elite 11 PS3 demo will be available tonight on PSN.
To quote: We have a whole new game this year with more to offer than ever before.
It's finally demo time, and with all the changes we've made to the game we wanted to make sure that you got a chance to scope it all out by downloading it on PSN. Here is a sneak peek into what you can expect in this year's demo.
One of the key changes we made this year was introducing all-new Hands-On Control. This puts the control of the player in your hands, and gets rid of the dice-roll shooting, canned animations, and loss of control you've experienced in past NBA Basketball video games.
Like putting in time at the gym, there's a learning curve with Hands-On Control. But once you feel the difference, you'll know why we changed everything.
To compare Hands-On Control to the old button configuration, you can switch back in your Lakers-Celtics game in the demo through Pause-> Menu -> Setting -> Control Setting. We really encourage you to put in the time in Practice Mode with the Hands-On Control and feel the difference versus our old controls.
146w ago - Today Community Manager Yaw of NBA Electronic Arts Canada has shared a video of NBA Elite 11 for PS3 which spotlights new controls and confirms NBA Jam.
To quote: This year, our team at EA SPORTS wanted to create the ultimate basketball experience for PS3 owners.
If you've been following all the news and updates on NBA ELITE, then the first thing that you've seen is the game is no longer called NBA LIVE. So why the name change?
Well, we believe that NBA ELITE will revolutionize the way you think, feel and play basketball video games -- forever. The dev team is driving never seen before innovation in the form of a number of features that are radically different than what you have seen in previous NBA games.
The first change you will see is in the revised control scheme: Hands-On Control. This year you have full control over everything in the game; from offense to defense.
Your shooting is based on skill (not on the dice roll of hitting a button and letting the AI determine your success.) Dribbling is one-to-one movement, you can link moves together seamlessly like; euro-steps, dunk adjusts, spins-moves and so much more.
The second major revolutionary innovation you're going to see is the inclusion...