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NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition Available Now For $6, Content is Free For Current NBA Live 19 Owners

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NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition Available Now For $6, Content is Free For Current NBA Live 19 Owners

Just in time for the upcoming NBA All-Star game and events, EA has released their NBA Live 19: All-Star Edition for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for $6. The All-Star Edition includes the base game, 5 All-Star Ultimate Team Packs, Legendary All-Star Uniforms, All-Star Squad Player for Court Battles. Court Battles are a part of The One, where players are able to compete against each other on custom courts, with custom rules, for a chance to win different bonuses and prizes.

NBA Live 19 will also kick-off a series of events called Versus. Until March 22nd, NBA Live 19 will host weekly Versus events, where players can earn in-game signature moves from their favorite creators, including YG, Nav, Bone Collector, The Professor, Filayyyy and more, along with the chance to earn legendary NBA All-Star players to join their teams to slay the competition, as they take over opposing courts and defend their own.

NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition content is free* for players who already own NBA Live 19 and is available for new players to grab from now, until March 22. For more information about NBA Live 19 All-Star Edition, please visit the official website.

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  1. Nice...but I can't decide which system to buy it on...does it look a lot better on the PS4 Pro vs the regular PS4? Thanks I advance if anyone has an opinion. I recently got hooked on The One mode...lol.
    I was waiting for them to "give it away" and at $6 I can't wait to have it as an alternative to 2k.
    At this price it's worth a shot regardless of how you feel about EA or the franchise, even something as simple as the ESPN presentation will be a nice change.
    I'd really like to recommend all those new NB Live users to give Court Battles a try. This is not a MUT type of thing. There are no packs to buy or money to spend.
    You use your created One player, along with four other pros to beat other teams, and control their court. to protect your court, you create a team of five pros for other teams to beat. This is a solo mode. You do not play the the teams attacking your court. also, despite your One player being one of the players, it is play out as a team game, with you controlling whoever had the ball.
    If your team gets beat, you take back control by beating that team yourself.
    Where it becomes fun and interesting is that you get advantages to help protect your court. first, you get to use a rule set. There are tons of them to use. I built a big team that finds the ball inside. The rule set is that dunks are worth 4, Layups 3, Jumpers 2, and threes are worth just one.
    Then you get to hand the opponents a handicap. In mine, I require teams to use two SFs, as a way to give my team a size advantage. You also get to pick a gameplan for your team, so I use feed the bigs. Before each game you can look at the rules and adjust your lineup.
    Some games are 3 minute halves, some playing to a set score, like 21. Most games seem to be full court, but there are half court rules, too. I played a game to 35 that had normal rules, except block were worth 7 points. Some games give you a shot % bonus baed on the time left on the shot clock. There is a rule set that is the opposite of mine, which you se a lot, where threes are worth 4, jumpers 3, layups 2, and dunks 1.
    One of my favorites is a like playing skins. Every missed shot banks the points the shot would have been worth. so if you miss a three, get the rebound, and miss a jumper, that's five points. If the other team goes down and scores, that's a seven point basket.
    Because of the rules and these of customizing your line-up, the mode never gets old. It's also kind of fun to customize your court. It's just a fantastic little part of The One, which includes the two career modes, The Street and The League, and the MP section, Live run and Live Events.
    There is no doubt that the NBA side is not where it needs to be. But The One side is so much more fun than it has any right to be. I wish more folks were getting to check it out. Maybe this sale will help.
    I got the email, unfortunately it's still a no for me. They knew of many of the gripes we many of us had with 18, mainly with it's severe lack of improvements to the franchise mode, and no franchise for the wnba. I'd rather see what they can deliver for live 20 instead of settling for a mediocre game.
    Did you notice the email says get it for $4.99?   That must be the price of EA Access...that can't be by accident.  So people sign up for a month of Access and at the end of the day they still don't own the game...sounds kinda shady.
    oldmanonsilvercreek
    Just bought this game but the audio doesn't work. I uninstalled it three times and still no audio. All my other games work fine. Gee thanks EA

    What system?
    Junior Moe
    I'll jump on it for 6$. Just in case it's the last one.
    Sent from my SM-G950U using Operation Sports mobile app

    I think there's a 90% chance this is the last one so everyone better grab it for nostalgia's sake or to sell it on Ebay in 5 years for a profit if you can find a physical version.
    BA2929
    I think there's a 90% chance this is the last one so everyone better grab it for nostalgia's sake or to sell it on Ebay in 5 years for a profit if you can find a physical version.

    Spreading FUD
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    BA2929
    I think there's a 90% chance this is the last one so everyone better grab it for nostalgia's sake or to sell it on Ebay in 5 years for a profit if you can find a physical version.
    It wouldn't surprise me in the least if this was the last one. They did just cancel a whole game 2 years ago. I like to play old sports games, though. I still play NCAA Basketball 10 and even Live 10 occassionally. Live 19 is better than both, and for 6$, why not.
    Sent from my SM-G950U using Operation Sports mobile app

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