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Old 01-10-2019, 10:11 PM   #1
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The way NBA 2K games flow and play

The very first thing we all noticed, the minute we picked up that controller, is that the game is buttery smooth. It really has a terrific pace to it. 2K really did a great job of creating another amazing basketball simulatorgame, and we can safely state that it is a huge step-up in contrast to the previous variants of the game. It simply feels right.

The game has also seen an overhaul in terms of its physics, even more exactly, in the player movement department. Turnovers are far more likely to happen now, because defence will eventually play an important function in a NBA 2K MT game. As much as we enjoy the way NBA 2K games play and flow, we could never get fully immersed into it since defence was fairly much non-existent.

This was mostly due to the game's poor animation and physics system with gamers morphing through each other and also a hell of a lot of animation clipping. To some people, this might be a minor thing, but to us, it's almost a deal-breaker in regards to immersion. And now NBA 2K is, of course, a sports match, so immersion is of crucial importance.But we are pleased to report that this difficulty will nearly completely be eradicated using the newest game, all thanks to the enhanced physics and player motion.

Like we said, we played an unfinished version of the sport - kind of like an early build, and we tried out the display match manner, or, Play Now - as it's understood in 2K, and the next thing we would like to talk about will be the images, more specifically, the game's colour palette. A whole lot of people contended that NBA 2K19's colours looked washed out and entirely cartoony. Unfortunately, we thought so too. Though there was a ton of details to be valued, the overall look of the game did not give a realistic sense.

But, we enjoyed what we saw in 2K19. The colours don't pop out as if it was an anime game, as was the situation with 2K18. Though it's still not exactly the same graphics style such as the one utilized in 2K14, it's still a phenomenal looking game, and also a definitive improvement during the previous year's version. The light and the courtroom looked fantastic in 4K HDR, and the muscle definition of gamers is finally back. No more lanky, Slenderman looking players. DeMarcus Cousins is now a major dude again, and Kawhi Leonard is as ripped as is.

So yeah, NBA 2K19 feels and looks great NBA 2K wiki. We got our hands on a restricted preview but these were a few things which we can confirm have been altered and enhanced, so there is a great deal to look forward to in the new game. NBA Live is also looking quite promising with its introduction of feminine ballers, but is it good enough to dethrone 2K?
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Old 07-26-2019, 04:50 PM   #2
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Re: The way NBA 2K games flow and play

I don't know, the recent ones have sucked consecutively.
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