I'm thinking about creating a small league (6 teams or so) with friends and using the NBA2k11 engine as the deciding factor.
What sets it apart?
-Video feed for every game
-No "ratings system" only stats and a "scout feature" where you ask someone in the league and a player is evaluated in the league and before the draft all players would be in a "development league" each season
-Creates a league that you could put as much time in it as you want, but the ones that put in too many hours would have an advantage over the casual player
I'm looking for some feedback from online league people and this is the spot for that. Thanks all
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- Joined: 8:10 PM - Aug 02, 2005
I did a dry run of a week of games and it all went fine (about 3 hours or so) until I tried to upload the video to the internet and each game (3 a week) were taking 5-6 hours a piece. With starting an online grad school in December...that's not feasible. I still think its a good idea, but its just not doable currently.KC Owner wrote:I doubt you would even have the time for this.
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