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NBA Live 13 Cancelled

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http://espn.go.com/blog/playbook/tech/post/_/id/2490/ea-sports-cancels-nba-live-13

2K is a superior gaming company. EA doesn't want 2K to make NFL games or Madden would end up cancelled as well.

The NFL brought back the real refs, now let them bring back the real game developer.

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Man I wish 2k will make another nfl game.

Eta: spent many a nights drinking beer, staying up playing live 95 on n64. Glen rice was ridiculous.

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EA will never make an NBA game that can compete with 2K. They may as well just scrap any plans of ever bringing back NBA Live.

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I'll never understand EA. Live '10 was a step forward...but apparently it was so far ahead of EA's standards they couldn't match it lol.

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EA better pray 2K doesn't get there hands on a NFL License. Because if they do that will be the downfall of Madden.

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This is what happens when EA faces legitimate competition.

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for the love of god, 2k needs to make an MFL game that include Joey Falco, Stevey Smitty, and Timmy O'Brady...

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for the love of god, 2k needs to make an MFL game that include Joey Falco, Stevey Smitty, and Timmy O'Brady...

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I love 2k but APF was so bad.

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