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NBA 2K19 continues the trend

At default settings, fresh AI tweaks allow the opposing crime to keep possession, using the shot clock to work the ball round. Does this seem natural, but the days of playing just six-minute quarters for sensible outcomes have passed. I adhered to nine to ten minutes each quarter to produce realistic scores at default configurations, inching closer to the entire 12 minutes of a real MT NBA 2K19 game.

To further add to the sense of realism, NBA 2K19 is absolutely gorgeous in motion. Despite the stellar HDR service, tweaks to character models and textures bring out myriad small details. Beards seem better than anyplace else. Additionally, a new production package is in place this season, from pregame national anthems to hilarious bits from the studio team of Ernie Johnson, Shaquille O'Neal and Kenny Smith. The group's character models need a do-over, but their interactions stay natural. Game commentary brings over some familiar lines (Kevin Harlan yields) yet has been advance with guest commentators (from Kobe Bryant to ’96 dunk contest champ Brent Barry).

Of course, it is not surprising that NBA 2K19 appears good; the series has looked the part since its debut on the Dreamcast, staying relevant visually and staking out its part of basketball civilization. NBA 2K19 continues the trend, capturing the sense of basketball's urban centers in The Neighborhood.

It is too bad, then, that The Neighborhood is covered in ads and persistent microtransaction begging. The growing push to spend real dollars on MT impacts those seeking to build even the most fundamental of participant avatars Twitter. It's too much in NBA 2K19, holding back almost every style and customization alternative. MT is an unavoidable truth. But on the court -- particularly in the excellent franchise mode, free of the grasp of microtransactions -- NBA 2K19 lives up to its predecessors and at times even bests them.
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