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Both NBA 2K18 and NBA Live 18 did great jobs accurately recreating player faces in their game. Both titles could improve the renders of players from the neck down, but 2K has a little more variety in that regard. If we take a look at three of the most popular and highest-rated players in both games, it's interesting to examine whether NBA 2K18 or NBA Live 18 generated a more accurate render. I've included a Twitter poll for the LeBron James, Steph Curry, and Kyrie Irving comparisons. Perhaps we'll do more in the future. and also you can get nba 2k18 xbox one mt from our site. I've gone back and forth on this one because both renders are strong, but the nose area is the determining feature for me. I believe NBA 2K better captures the King's nose and in Live 18, it's a little too full.

 However, neither render is poorly done. The Curry render in 2K is stronger. Live struggles in the cheek area as well as with skin texture for this one. It's a pretty easy decision for me here. Lastly, we look at NBA 2K18 cover athlete Kyrie Irving. and also these cheap nba 2k18 coins belong to you guys. You'd think 2K would have the more accurate render, but thanks to Live's timely update to facial hair, I lean that way. Irving in 2K looks a touch more realistic, but removing the beard was a big deal. If at all possible, 2K needs to arrange a new scan with the clean-shaving Irving to better represent their cover athlete.

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