Today, 2K announced the track list for NBA 2K11, which is going to have Jordan on the cover. Behold, the music:
* 1. Snoop Dogg – NBA 2K Theme
* 2. Big Boi – Shutterbug
* 3. Drake – Over
* 4. Cassidy – Game Time
* 5. Ron Artest – Champion
* 6. Duck-Down All-Stars feat. Buckshot, Skyzoo, Promise, and Sean Price – Better Than You
* 7. The Alan Parsons Project – Sirius
* 8. Art vs. Science – Hollywood
* 9. Big Rock Candy Mountain – Rocketship
* 10. Brunettes – Red Rollerskates
* 11. Chicharones – Little By Little
* 12. Children Collide – Skeleton Dance
* 13. Constellations feat. Asher Roth- We’re Here To Save The Day
* 14. Dan Black feat. Kid Cudi – Symphonies (Remix)
* 15. Delorean – Deli
* 16. Ev – Home Of The Brave (Instrumental)
* 17. Failsafe – Hope & Only If We Learn
* 18. HOGNI – Bow Down
* 19. Kidz In Space – Downtime
* 20. Middleman – It’s Not Over Yet
* 21. Rakaa feat. Aloe Blaac – Crown Of Thorns
* 22. The Redland – So Far
* 23. The Russian Futurists – Paul Simon & Precious Metals
* 24. Sonny Bones – Rise
* 25. Two Door Cinema Club – I Can Talk
* 26. Yung Autmatik & Bayroot Productions – Go Hard or Go Home
* 27. Dux Jones – Pourin’ It On
I bolded the Ron-Ron track for fans of the defending champs. You guys will get to enjoy the music, and perhaps play a little hoops, when the game comes out Oct. 5.
Day Two started off earlier, mainly due to the first day starting at noon. A few appointments were penciled in including another one with Activision who had given us a chance to check out the new True Crime. My brother was ready to hit most of those leaving me to wander the floor to take a look at what else was being shown. The first day was a brief tour in the West Hall. Now it was time to hit the South Hall where the third parties, and Microsoft, was lurking. Continue reading →
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