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Check out 2K’s all-new Eco-Motion Engine for NBA 2K14, a game completely re-engineered from the ground up to harness the power of next gen.

With Eco-Motion, the entire NBA experience comes to life in ways never before seen in a video game. Gone are the days of pre-canned animations that must play out exactly as they were mo-capped. Now, in-game players adjust their movements based on the environment around them. Jumpshots will change midair, dribble moves will alter in between dribbles, and players will land in a unique way following every thunderous dunk or block.

Thanks to the Eco-Motion Engine, no two animations in NBA 2K14 will ever appear exactly the same.
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Check out 2K’s all-new Eco-Motion Engine for NBA 2K14, a game completely re-engineered from the ground up to harness the power of next gen.

With Eco-Motion, the entire NBA experience comes to life in ways never before seen in a video game. Gone are the days of pre-canned animations that must play out exactly as they were mo-capped. Now, in-game players adjust their movements based on the environment around them. Jumpshots will change midair, dribble moves will alter in between dribbles, and players will land in a unique way following every thunderous dunk or block.

Thanks to the Eco-Motion Engine, no two animations in NBA 2K14 will ever appear exactly the same.
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2K Introduces All-New Eco-Motion Engine For Next Gen NBA 2K14

By Anthony Dows | 11/7/2013 02:09 PM PT | Updated 11/7/2013 02:25 PM PT

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Check out 2K’s all-new Eco-Motion Engine for NBA 2K14, a game completely re-engineered from the ground up to harness the power of next gen.

With Eco-Motion, the entire NBA experience comes to life in ways never before seen in a video game. Gone are the days of pre-canned animations that must play out exactly as they were mo-capped. Now, in-game players adjust their movements based on the environment around them. Jumpshots will change midair, dribble moves will alter in between dribbles, and players will land in a unique way following every thunderous dunk or block.

Thanks to the Eco-Motion Engine, no two animations in NBA 2K14 will ever appear exactly the same.
Recommended Links:

Check out 2K’s all-new Eco-Motion Engine for NBA 2K14, a game completely re-engineered from the ground up to harness the power of next gen.

With Eco-Motion, the entire NBA experience comes to life in ways never before seen in a video game. Gone are the days of pre-canned animations that must play out exactly as they were mo-capped. Now, in-game players adjust their movements based on the environment around them. Jumpshots will change midair, dribble moves will alter in between dribbles, and players will land in a unique way following every thunderous dunk or block.

Thanks to the Eco-Motion Engine, no two animations in NBA 2K14 will ever appear exactly the same.
Recommended Links:

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