It is as close to ideal as you can realistically imagine a sports from Sunxuemei's blog

It is as close NBA 2K21 MT to ideal as you can realistically imagine a sports sim can be. It's the Michael Jordan of sport sims, but only if you imply Jordan from The Flu Sport.

VC - the virtual money at the core of NBA 2K21 - is largely to blame for this. Not entirely, and we are going to get to other flaws in time, but the beginning and end of a large percentage of NBA 2K21's difficulties stem from the microtransactions the match is built around.

One of the game modes is MyTeam, a card-based team-building game where you must buy gamers, contracts, jerseys, and whatever else you can imagine, either in blind packs or even at individual auctions. The game constantly pulls you towards that; we'd obtained the Trail Blazers to the Finals in MyLeague, our player in MyCareer had only attained the NBA, and we had done little more than trying out the features of MyTeam, and , every time we turned on the match on, the menu pulled us towards MyTeam using a'Continue Now' button.

You can have a decent time enjoying with some offline 3v3, making coins that are minimal, working on your abilities, but to actually get the most from MyTeam, you have to play with online. That means you need to continuously purchase - frequently with real money, though grinding is possible - fresh packs and players. You can't accuse 2K of failing on the court play, but all roads seem to return to MyTeam, and the chance of players spending additional actual money. VC could be got free of charge, but it requires a very long time to earn even a single pack which, within this loot box system, could end up Cheap MT 2K21 being VC down the drain.

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