NBA 2K21 nonetheless manages to catch the art of basketball, but it's largely the exact same dance as years ago.
With NBA 2K21, you just know what you are getting into--a basketball simulation together with the demonstration chops, star power, and gameplay mechanics to embody the sport on a professional and cultural level. You know you'll build a custom player to experience a story that leads into a full career and take to the roads and rec centre for pickup games. You know that you can play a management sim via MyGM or build a playable dream team via card packs in MyTeam. And you also understand all too well about the scheme of VC that looms over it all, which remains among those leading offenders of intrusive microtransactions.
Now, NBA 2K21 suggests that the franchise is out of surprises. It has a robust suite of manners, but despite small remixing year after year, the annual releases are starting to mix together (when they haven't already). Mechanics get minor alterations or additions, but largely stay untouched. Therefore, for those embedded at the 2K cycle, you know what the deal is, but because this year's game varies things mainly on a surface level, it's hard to be excited about still another entry.
And that does not just come from the player likenesses, character creation tools, or the broadcast-style demonstration; it is an issue of the core gameplay, too. Dribble goes with the right pole offer almost full control of ball handling. It may feel a bit cluttered using so many activities mapped to marginally different moves on just one rod, as errant inputs may occasionally have you pull a pump-fake instead of the crossover you planned. However, if you're able to master a few key moves, you'll be at an advantage for chances to drive to the basket or mitigate shot contesting. The same goes for making the right moves in the post-game to either get under defenders or get placement over them. All these have been staples of NBA 2K for quite a while.
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