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So realistic dribbling gotcha

So realistic dribbling gotcha

Currently if it's still awful and NBA MT Coins looks the same and plays the exact same on next gen I will for sure be pissed and be done with 2k but like I know that's my view on things.Sorry for punctuation BTW phone is real laggy.Dribbling was kinda cruced the way you do moves does not transition or correlate nicely. Like the brand new means to do a behind the back just does not flow well with different moves.

I actually liked the dribbling longer, seemed like it was harder to spam one move together a bundle and easier to chain various moves more smoothly, I think as we get more used to the dribbling it could be a lot better than 2k20.

I don't know how it progressively gets worse and worse year after year. We're miles behind 16, 17, and even 19. The dribbling just feels like it has a low ability gap, and the higher skilled moves (18 half twist, walkback combos( etc) all look clunky and uncomfortable. Like in 19 or 17 that the highest skill moves , and it felt like you had complete control over your own player.

You can't have a considerable skill difference with sizeups a movie of the pole that the match will do for you. Its fun as it's simple to use and easy to chain. Realistic dribbling is the way it must go for a true ability limit to come. The same as in real life the sport needs to have the ability to divide the Kyrie's in the Pat Bevs in relation to hitting that it has yet to do other than simply locking out cartoons for low ball control and just producing high ball controller only have quicker dribbling.

A match with sizeups that automatically place the pace of a movement will be a whole lot simpler to use rather than a game where you're needed to create your own speed and use that for Cheap NBA 2K Coins your advantage. The sport should divide the Kyries from the Klay Thompsons in terms of dribbling and 2k20 is a step in the right direction when it comes to making players place their own pace with their moves.

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