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Friday, 03 October 2008 11:27

NBA 2K9 Demo launches

Written by Nedim Hadzic


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Xbox LIVE Marketplace and PlayStation Network

 

2K Sports announced the NBA 2K9 demo launch available through PlayStation Network and the XboXLive Marketplace. The PS3 demo already launched and is available as of now, but XboX 360 owners will have to wait until tomorrow.

The demo will allow a quick play of last season’s NBA Finals as either Lakers or Celtics, but the gaming will last for only one quarter. If you want more, you’ll have to resort to the old write-down-the-score-and-restart tactics.

For more hardcore gamers who like statistics you can check this game’s point guard, small forward and shooting guard ratings by clicking on the above links.

More here.

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