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Try out NBA 2K21's brand new gameplay controls using its dem

Seriously, if you place movie of NBA 2K21 side by side using NBA 2K20 I would challenge you to spot the difference in the graphics. This is not a dreadful thing, since this franchise has a long history of being one of the best-looking sports games out there, but it's a bit disappointing to see how little has changed year over year. That means last year's blemishes have carried over: gamers still look great, but outside of those superstars such as Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James there is something a little generic about the designs. Some faces have too small detail and unusually large players such as Shaquille O'Neal (who is rostered about the"All-Time Lakers" squad available in the demo) don't have the same type of enormous existence they do in actual life. Luckily, the longer I spent with all the brand new shot-stick mechanic, the more NBA 2K21 began to distinguish itself. The brand new shot meter, which requires preparing shots rather than simply time them, is used completely with the right analog stick. It needs a straight pull downward (or upward, when driving toward the basket) and then centering the rod inside of the sweet spot on the tube. Not only did I find that this brand new shot meter vastly more challenging, in addition, it fixed a few of other issues I have had with NBA 2K for years. First of all, I never have to worry about accidentally throwing a shot up when I'm attempting to make a dribble move. Pulling directly back on the analog stick and holding it there will result in a shot, while some flicks or other quicker motions will result in a dribbling move. The new shot meter opens up the right-stick to be used completely for dribbling moves, which includes the capacity to size-up or utilize escape dribbles. Everything feels a whole lot cleaner, which is a nice change to get a series where matters were beginning to feel overly cluttered to control. The shot-stick mechanic also feels like a direct response to problems with latency online. Even though the demo does not feature the capability to play online matches, it's easy to see a future where many online players will be using the aimed shot meter rather than the old timed meter (that is still available via the X or square button). Instead of attempting to figure how much latency there will be with every jump shooter, it should be a lot more effective to pull back on the analog stick and aim the shot instead. However, aiming shots is certainly the more difficult of the two options as matters currently stand. I'm excited to have a brand-new skill to master, but it is good to have options available. Want to learn more about Nba 2k21 at

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