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Does anybody else actually like the shot meter and the way the NBA2k21 demo is so far?

I know I'm gont get despise with this but I actually like the game so far and 2K21 MT love the new shot meter. I really believe this is going to be much better than 20 and that I will have fun on it. I don't hate them for making it the same since the new gen is coming out in two months lol. Obviously they're not gonna go all out trying to improve the graphics cause that would be dumb to place all their time into it when the new gen is coming out at the exact same time frame so that they probably directed their focus to next gen.

I know that is a shitty thing in their part and they haven't been reliable the previous 3 years but it's similar to when the ps4 came out they stopped putting effort into their 2ks and then 2k14 on the PS4 was amazing and everyone loved it. Anyhow my point is I actually love what they've done together with the meter and think it feels great and plays good so far and I'm not bashing them for it looking exactly the same because it is supposed to look exactly the same before next gen. Now if it's still bad and looks exactly the exact same and plays the exact same on next gen I'll be sure be sterile and be done with 2k but as if I know that is my view on things.

Dribbling was rather cruced that the way you do moves doesn't transition or correlate nicely. Like the brand new means to do a behind the back just does not flow well with other motions. I really liked the dribbling more, seemed like it was harder to spam 1 move together a bundle and simpler to string unique moves more easily, I believe as we get more accustomed to the dribbling it could be a whole lot better than 2k20. I actually liked the dribbling longer, sounded like it had been harder to spam one move together a bundle and simpler to string different moves more easily, I think as we get more used to the dribbling it might be a lot better than 2k20.

The dribbling just feels as though it's a minimal skill gap, and all the higher skilled moves (18 half spin, walkback combos, etc) all look clunky and embarrassing. Like in 19 or 17 that the maximum skill moves flowed, and it felt as though you had complete control over your own player. Even if it is miles better than 20 we are still a road trip from any other 2k. The fact that they left the stop a move from flicking on the right rod into tapping on LT made me delete the demonstration real fast, idky they fucking change shit every year for no reason it's so fucking annoying to learn basic shit again since they move it around for no reason. What do you want sensible dribbling or dribbling where you almost need to do nothing to pull moves off? Realistic dribbling is really easy. I heard all of the realistic moves in 20 that the first couple of days the match dropped. The proficient shit like the 18 half twist took way longer. Dribbling in 17, 19, and 16 took ability. It wasn't realistic. It generated a massive skill gap and has been fun as fuck though.

You can not possess a considerable skill gap with sizeups a flick of the stick the game is going to do for Cheap NBA 2K21 MT you. Its fun as it's easy to use and easy to chain. Realistic dribbling is how it needs to go for a true ability cap to come. The same as in real life the game has to have the ability to separate the Kyrie's in the Pat Bevs in terms of hitting that it has to do other than simply locking out animations for non ball control and simply making high ball control only have faster dribbling.
on October 05 at 11:05 PM

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