Nba Live Mobile Basketball review
NBA LIVE Mobile Basketball | an Almost Complete NBA Experience
NBA has long been a sporting and cult favorite among gamers, for the simple reason of competition, translating to a constant gaming demand as well. NBA Live Mobile isn’t your quintessential NBA gaming experience, not with the power of console anyway. NBA Live Mobile makes a fine attempt at providing gamers and NBA fans alike a nice experience.
This game explores the best features of Ultimate Team mode from earlier releases in this EA franchise, but let’s hold our horses before tooting the horn. Basketball, as most people know and love it, is well-defined in the game, although several design flaws hamper the experience. There are full NBA teams, and you can also build your ultimate team with players across different time spaces of the association. The game utilizes an energy-replenishment system which means you won’t be able to play lengthy matches. There’s plenty of tournaments and dream matches, and you can also build your custom team and play in online matches.
In multiplayer mode, each player can control one game quarter, with players dueling against an AI team though this may not seem like much fun.
Visually, NBA Live is an amazing feat for mobile. It works fluidly, and you won’t experience any glaring performance glitches that cause frames to dip. The characters are well designed, but this is expected as it is EA’s muscle and forte. The teams also play well, and the arena comes alive with the background commentary and score. With intuitive and well-designed menus and a high budget game engine running all the gloss, NBA Live Mobile performs exceedingly well in the aesthetic sphere.
The part that hardcore NBA Live gamers (and fans by extent) will love the most is the controls. They are fluid bearing in mind how compact and dynamic a system is required to execute NBA controls, especially for a touchscreen. There are virtual on-screen controls including buttons for guarding, shooting, blocking, passing and driving. The opening tutorial comes in handy as you start diving into the game and makes everything intuitive.