NBA 2K16: Michael Jordan Special Edition

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NBA 2K16 lets basketball fans hit the court with updated features, new classic teams, and a story-driven mode written and directed by Spike Lee. The action features all the real teams and players from the 2015-16 NBA season, as well as a dozen new classic teams like the 2003-04 Pistons and the 2012-13 Miami Heat, and 25 different squads from the Euroleague. Reminiscent of Lee's film He Got Game, the new story in MyCareer mode puts players in the role of a star high-school basketball player as he navigates a world filled with talent, opportunity, and temptation. The single-player MyGM mode returns in 2K16 to once again let gamers manage every aspect of their franchise, from arena upgrades to scouting and drafting, while MyLeague continues as the MyGM's online multiplayer counterpart. And the card-collecting MyTeam mode also returns, with gamers once again creating a custom team and earning Virtual Currency to purchase new packs of players. The Michael Jordan Special Edition gives players access to the game four days early, awards them with 30,000 Virtual Currency, and includes three MyTeam Emerald Packs, a poster, a Fathead wall cling, and special in-game gear for the MyPlayer mode.

Game Controls


Left Analog Stick = move player
Right Analog Stick = dribble moves/shooting/passing
X Button = pass/touch pass
Circle Button = bounce pass
Circle Button (Hold) = flashy pass
Square Button = pump fake/hop
Square Button (Hold) = shoot
Square Button (Double Tap) = spin gather
Triangle Button = lob pass
Triangle Button (Double Tap) = alley-oop
L1 Button = call play/pick controls
R1 Button = icon pass
L2 Button = post-up
R2 Button = sprint
D-Pad Up = 2k smart play
D-Pad Down = otfc substitutions
D-Pad Left = otfc quick plays/offense strategy
D-Pad Right = points of emphasis
Touch Pad Button = call timeout
Options Button = pause


Left Analog Stick = move player
Right Analog Stick = quick step/hands up
X Button = player swap (closest to ball)
Circle Button = take charge
Square Button = steal
Square Button (Hold) or Touch Pad Button = intentional foul
Triangle Button = block/rebound
L1 Button = double team
R1 Button = icon swap
L2 Button = intense defense/defensive assist
R2 Button = sprint
D-Pad Up = gameplay hud
D-Pad Down = otfc substitutions
D-Pad Left = otfc defensive sets
D-Pad Right = points of emphasis
Options Button = pause ~ Jonathan Sutyak, All Game Guide