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« : 05 Styczeń 2021, 09:50:31 »

It's tough for Dame, because if the next - gen version comes out, people are either going to NBA 2K21 MT Coins purchase the most recent version or the Mamba forever present gen edition and a couple of weeks later, nobody is going to regular version of the current gen and that reveals they don't care about him.Tough cover legend for Dame to live up to but as a Blazers fan and coming out of a man who loves Kobe, I can guarantee you that I'll be buying the normal version as it's cheaper. Saying that nobody is going to buy the regular because they"don't care" about Dame is absurd. Believe bucks my friend.

In lots of ways, NBA 2K21's demo feels like more of the same, compared to NBA 2K20. In my eye it appears almost like the previous few years, and appears to be running the clock out before next-generation consoles arrive before compiling to get a more substantial visual upgrade. Legacy issues, like the CPU mishandling clock management and players dropping the ball as soon as the shot clock runs out, are definitely still present. Nonetheless, there are a number of noticeable positive tweaks: with the help of a couple smaller gameplay updates and a brand new shot-stick mechanic, NBA 2K21's gameplay feels just like a baby-step forward.

Try out NBA 2K21's brand new gameplay controls with its presentation in 2 weeks

Seriously, if you place movie of NBA 2K21 side by side with NBA 2K20 I'd challenge you to see the gap in the images. This isn't a horrible thing, since this franchise has a long history of being one of the best-looking sports games on the market, but it's a bit disappointing to see how little has changed year over year. This implies last year's blemishes have carried more: players still seem good, but outside of Cheap NBA 2K21 MT the superstars such as Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James there's something a small generic about the layouts.
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