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Whose screenshot is more next-gen, NBA 2k14 or NBA Live?

4:45 PM on 10.14.2013

Steven Hansen

Features Editor

Tit for tat

Today, NBA 2k14 released its first next-gen screenshot, featuring Lebron James. That is screenshot. Singular. I think NBA Live 14 is winning the next gen race, though, because it released its one screenshot almost a month ago. At least show some gamesmanship and one up them, 2K. Release two (k) screenshots. 

Anyways, they are both attached. Which one looks more next gen?

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