Just wondering if anyone on here can help. I have borrowed this game and it is pretty damned awesome. My created baller has earned the nickname "Shadow". I have looked around different sites and such looking for a reasoning for this name (Is it an insulting nickname or a good one? What skills influenced the game to give me this one?) and can't find anything. Anyone any ideas? And is it possible to get a nickname like "Loser"?
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Here is a link to the GameFAQs NBA Street Vol. 2 FAQ page. The one I looked at had all of the nicknames BUT THERE WERE SPOILERS if you don't want to know how to unlock the whole game and would rather just find your way through it.
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I don't know for sure cause I play all my basketball at a church gym in the middle of redneck country, so I'd hardly call it street ball. But I always thought that "Shadow" was complimentary name. I always thought it mean you were really good defensively because you followed someone around like their shadow would.
Also, I played the first one but have not played the second one yet. I believe if i remember correctly that in the first one there is only 2 player vs. each other. In Vol. 2 can you play two player on the same team?
(edited by Quezzy on 2.7.03 2132) Lance's Response:
Yes the can, and quite effectively. When running through one of the vs computer modes, my friend would guard the perimiter while I would block shots/goaltend. We could've won the games even without our 3rd computer player.
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It's funny, the only reason I ever gave NBA Live a shot is because it's an EA title (that was Live 2003). Once I realized that basically every other basketball game on the market was better, that's where I've stayed.