03:21 PM - June 26, 2014 by MMChrisS
It's draft day in the NBA.
Once again we are reminded that while we have some really good sports games, they are still quite lacking when it comes to the offseason periods in them.
Over the past decade, sports games have grown in many areas, but one place where they seemingly always seem to lack detail and interest is in the periods between seasons.
Some games like NCAA mastered this period with an interesting offseason which always had real and tangible ramifications for your team. Other games like MLB 14 The Show give you little direction on where or what to do. Some games still have huge portions of their sport's offseason's missing.
Training camps, amateur showcases, contract disputes and more aren't in many games -- and the financial models within many sports games are incredibly simplistic to begin with.
Should sports games have a bigger focus on the offseason, and should more detail be incorporated into them?
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