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Author Topic: The bigs get better hands in NBA 2K19  (Read 2618 times)


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The bigs get better hands in NBA 2K19
« on: January 11, 2019, 08:52:24 AM »

We got a couple more hairstyles, but still no tattoos and we were limited to utilizing the hit-and-miss face-scanning technician or utilizing one of those templates that were scanned. While the players seemed a little more realistic, sometimes, the options were significantly limited.This is a style that primarily caters to offline modes such as MyGM and MyLeague, so it is not among the sexier options like Park and MyCareer, however there is still a benign and hardcore fanbase for its franchise modes. Together with better CAP options, this fanbase will stay happy and NBA 2K MT Coins might just endear the manners to some other set of fans.

In an effort to distinguish ball-handling skills between bigs and smaller players, 2K made the prior group a little less sure-handed. It's safe to say that has been overdone. You cannot throw a pass to some big in the lane that needs one to make a challenging catch.Almost without fail, he will be stripped or the ball will probably be dislodged from a bump. It's pretty disappointing and annoying. Hopefully, the bigs get better hands in NBA 2K19. Maybe the hands rating can be better used. It should impact how well a participant holds onto the ball following a bump or poke, and how well they capture passes--especially difficult ones.

Fans did not use to need to pay to get haircuts and tattoos in MyCareer, but that changed in NBA 2K19. While it doesn't bother me to refrain from purchasing such items, a good proportion of this community was bothered with the price added to these cosmetic upgrades.Because it did not cost earlier, it makes sense to maintain these upgrades free--especially considering how much of a hot-button difficulty in-game money has become in gaming.

Last but not least, 2K desires a community manager. Chris Manning aka LD2K utilized to guy this position until he left the company earlier this year. He also Ronnie Singh aka Ronnie 2K the digital marketing manager were an superb combination. No other sports game had a duo of more socially accessible figures to be a symbol of their match.

It seemed fans had an outlet for their gripes and praise. Together with LD2K gone, it seems that half the communication is gone.To help fans communicate with programmers, 2K needs to place someone in a position to be a liaison between both groups. NBA 2K wiki has ever been a community-driven game. Bringing in someone to help Ronnie 2K would help fill a void and it might be a step toward preserving that quality.
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