The Ringer’s Ben Lindbergh and Jason Concepcion discuss Jason’s inaugural experience as a video game writer on NBA 2K18 (1:05). Then they talk to NBA 2K18 director Chris Papierniak about the difference between game direction and film direction, how to handle the development of a game that can’t be delayed, how to channel NBA drama into an E-rated game, and the expanding scope of sports games (17:33).
‘NBA 2K18’ Director Chris Papierniak on Channeling NBA Drama to a Video Game
Plus: Jason Concepcion discusses his first experience as a video game writer
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The ‘Entourage’ actor joins to discuss New York sports
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