One word, Amazing. If you haven't seen it, it's above. I know what you're all thinking, is that real life or is it a video game?

That was my exact reaction too. On the Next-Gen consoles the game looks perfect. Other than some minor problems graphically, like the colour of Dirk Nowitzki's hair, the game can't get any better, graphically.

The reason why I put so much emphasis on the word graphically is because game-play wise, the game has a lot to improve on. Plays like the infamous pick and roll often don't come off they way you'd like them to because your teammate is doing something stupid, such as standing out of bounds on the pick. The ball security is also a major problem. Players that never cough the ball up in real life, like Tony Parker, seem to be regularly have the ball stolen by seven-footers in the game, like Nicola Vucevic.

Back to the momentous trailer. It starts off showing a number off players getting ready for the game and they look fantastic. LeBron, Howard, Iguodala, Durant, Kobe, Rose and then it goes to Carmelo, defended by KG, he hits him with a spin move and goes directly past him and that looks so real.

It then goes on to show some point guards showing off their dribble moves and that looks incredible. Soon after it features Paul George doing a reverse, double clutch dunk then moves over to Faried doing the same move and it looks smooth.

It also displays some amazing celebrations, the way the players' faces change is incredible and the emotion that pours out of them is so life-like.

In older games like NBA 2K13, no emotion was shown after a game winner. Now after seeing the way Curry and the whole Golden State team celebrate after the game winner - it really shows how much effort was put in.

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