NBA 2K13 'All-Star' DLC gets off the bench for $5

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NBA 2K13 'All-Star' DLC gets off the bench for $5
For months now, those who had the foresight to pre-order NBA 2K13 have enjoyed some exclusive content centered around the All-Star game, inaccessible to the overall masses until now.

The 'All-Star Add-On Presented by Sprite' DLC for the Xbox 360 and PS3 will set ballers back 400 MS Points / $5 and includes four unique events: the Foot Locker three-point shootout, BBVA Rising Stars challenge game, Sprite slam dunk contest and the East vs West All-Star game.

In the case of the three-point shootout and slam dunk contest, these events are also compatible with your MyPlayer character – if your creation is talented enough to warrant entry, that is.
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2K Sports' NBA All-Star Presented by Sprite downloadable content for NBA 2K13 is now available for purchase on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 for $4.99 (400 MS Points). Fans can now enjoy the package's four events: Foot Locker Three Point Shootout, BBVA Rising Stars Challenge Game, Sprite Slam Dunk Contest, and NBA East v. West All-Star Game. The content - previously only available through the pre-order of NBA 2K13 - offers fans the opportunity to enjoy the excitement of this year's All-Star experience.

Set in Houston, site of the 2013 NBA All-Star Game, the downloadable content pits the NBA's current superstars against classic players in both the Three Point Shootout and Slam Dunk Contest. Roster for both the Rising Stars Challenge and All-Star Game will feature the 2012 All-Stars, with dynamic updates to the 2013 rosters once participants are finalized in this year's voting pool. Additionally, fans can connect their MyPLAYER avatar with this content and participate in the Slam Dunk Contest or Three Point Shootout, should they be worthy of invitation to the activities.

Developed by Visual Concepts, a 2K Sports studio, NBA 2K13 is rated E for Everyone by the ESRB and is now available at leading video game retailers nationwide.
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