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  • Spike Lee brings storytelling to sports gaming
  • Spike Lee brings storytelling to sports gaming
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Spike Lee brings storytelling to sports gaming

Sports games are the third most popular genre of video game in the US. But while their social merits are obvious, for solo players they often lack the storytelling of action games and shooters. With help from film director Spike Lee, could basketball game NBA 2K16 buck the trend?

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