I skipped 20 because I thought the demo was buttocks. I really hope they include more in the game but I doubt it. Mike Wang. . .Why do you prefer point forwards / tall slashing playmakers to acquire shooting badges over slashing? It makes no sense. I have to devote all of my things and beg to receive 9-10 badges max for slashing but it's really easy to acquire shooting badges while maxing around to 16. If I am creating a point forward or I don't know. . A"Slashing" playmaker possibly I should be using my slashing ability to score predominantly. Please balance out the builds.
If 2k21 have a bad first quarter on the new gen
I'd say having a 6'9 SF full-sharp pie shoot 15 percent with no greens on marginally early\late mainly wide-open shots with 30 shooting badges (Flexible Release on HoF) is a little bit of an issue...I get it, Pure Stretch Bigs were a menace in 2k19 but you nerfed large shooting mad last year. But bigs can take. I'll take the 72 rate or what are you and poor D and ending.
When I download the demo, does anyone know if it technically counts as a save game? I want to enter codes in the program but don't intend on purchasing the game for some time. 20 was my very first 2K and I always assumed everyone saying the games were literal copy and pastes were just exaggerating. I'd feel like an complete dumbass when I got this match.
2k20 was a massive improvement on 19, but not quite like the halcyon times of 14-16. It would have been a gigantic ask to make another quantum jump in quality from 20 to 21 given second gen is coming out. I think it has a few incremental improvements (dribbling is not as cheesy and assembles appear more balanced) but it was always going to be like 2k20 on present gen. The real problem will be if there aren't a myriad of changes on next gen, as people will probably 100% vote with their pockets by purchasing all of the other games that will be clearly better on next gen release.