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NBA Live 08

NBA Live 08

Gilbert Arenas on the cover of NBA Live 08 for the PlayStation 3.


Developer(s) EA Canada - PlayStation 3 &
Xbox 360
HB Studios - PlayStation 2, Windows, Wii & PSP
Publisher(s) EA Sports
Series NBA Live
Platform(s) Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 2, Mobile, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, Wii
Release date(s) October 2, 2007
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) Play Now, Dynasty, Xbox Live, All-Star Weekend, Quick Play,
In-game screenshot of NBA Live 2008 (PC version).

NBA Live 08 is the 2007 installment of the NBA Live series by EA Sports. It was released for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, PlayStation 2, Windows and PlayStation Portable. This is the first NBA video game to include all three next-generation consoles. It was the last NBA Live game for the Windows platform. NBA Live 08 is followed by NBA Live 09.

Contents

  • Cover of NBA Live 08 1
  • National teams 2
  • Personalities in the game 3
  • Soundtracks 4
  • Reception 5
  • References 6
  • External links 7

Cover of NBA Live 08

It features Gilbert Arenas of the Washington Wizards as the cover athlete in most versions, but some international versions have players from those areas:

National teams

There are eight national teams featured in the game. In addition to the contemporary USA team, there are also two USA Dream Teams. The international teams are:

Personalities in the game

Soundtracks

By EA Sports[1]

Although not included in the official track list from EA Sports, these tracks make their way into some of the NBA Live 08 versions (particularly the PC version). The first two listed (Gorillaz & My Favorite Mutiny) were included in the NBA Live 07 Soundtrack while a notable track is the third one by San Antonio Spurs guard and recently French hip hop artist Tony Parker.

Reception

Reception for the game has been average to varied by platform. [1] [2]

References

  1. ^ www.pastapadre.com, "Full NBA Live 08 soundtrack revealed"

External links

  • NBA Live 08 official website
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