That Part Is Confusing
Sports games have been doing this for some time, since their audience is largely casual and they get away with it. A good deal of game consumers and Sports games just play, and that's it. Due to that, they just feel this is the way game. These individuals are not studying about videogames online or anything like that. People will hear through the grape vine it: when the gaming community as a whole gets loud about things. A lot of people may not care - and who knows, maybe for many people it feels more realistic to NBA 2K that they like because they also watch sports live a good deal.

But let's be clear about two things if we want change to take place. We have to get loud - so that the programmer hears us. We must withhold treats (money) for bad behavior and give treats (cash ) for good behaviour. And to be clear - this goes for everything from entertainment companies and media through to politics. The moment we act defeatist like"since casuals accept it, the businesses just do it so I guess we ought to take it" is that the moment it becomes okay. The standard you walk ago, is the standard that you accept.

That is why I always purchase 2K. I'll never pay whole price for all these games. Playing 2K20 feels as though I'm only playing a rise to 2K19 and that doesn't justify the full cost every year. It's why I purchase virtually every game on sale. I buy maybe a couple of per year, full priced games, and you generally only need to wait a few weeks to find a better price. Games going up in price means that I play games, and quit taking risks on whatever's not a sure bet.Exactly. I haven't purchased NBA 2K since rdr2. I just know when games are on sale I can not bring myself to make that purchase and I'm not gon na get the worth of my money.

To start with, I agree with you, but there is context that I don't often see mentioned. It's shitty, and I'm not defending that section of NBA 2K, but the MTX is just essentially in two game modes, MyPlayer and MyTeam. If you merely need a basketball sim to play against friends or on the internet, there are basically no microtransactions, and I haven't seen one unskippable ad. Depends how you play NBA 2K I figure. I really enjoy the basketball sim, it's really realistic and well done. And you succeed more like it is meant to be played if you play the sport which is rare for a sports game. Is dependent upon what you want. I would not blame anyone for being turned off NBA 2K cause of microtransactions. But only as a basketball sim it is really terrific.

Check out www.nba2king.com for more details.
Sports games have been doing this for some time, since their audience is largely casual and they get away with it. A good deal of game consumers and Sports games just play, and that's it. Due to that, they just feel this is the way game. These individuals are not studying about videogames online or anything like that. People will hear through the grape vine it: when the gaming community as a whole gets loud about things. A lot of people may not care - and who knows, maybe for many people it feels more realistic to NBA 2K that they like because they also watch sports live a good deal. But let's be clear about two things if we want change to take place. We have to get loud - so that the programmer hears us. We must withhold treats (money) for bad behavior and give treats (cash ) for good behaviour. And to be clear - this goes for everything from entertainment companies and media through to politics. The moment we act defeatist like"since casuals accept it, the businesses just do it so I guess we ought to take it" is that the moment it becomes okay. The standard you walk ago, is the standard that you accept. That is why I always purchase 2K. I'll never pay whole price for all these games. Playing 2K20 feels as though I'm only playing a rise to 2K19 and that doesn't justify the full cost every year. It's why I purchase virtually every game on sale. I buy maybe a couple of per year, full priced games, and you generally only need to wait a few weeks to find a better price. Games going up in price means that I play games, and quit taking risks on whatever's not a sure bet.Exactly. I haven't purchased NBA 2K since rdr2. I just know when games are on sale I can not bring myself to make that purchase and I'm not gon na get the worth of my money. To start with, I agree with you, but there is context that I don't often see mentioned. It's shitty, and I'm not defending that section of NBA 2K, but the MTX is just essentially in two game modes, MyPlayer and MyTeam. If you merely need a basketball sim to play against friends or on the internet, there are basically no microtransactions, and I haven't seen one unskippable ad. Depends how you play NBA 2K I figure. I really enjoy the basketball sim, it's really realistic and well done. And you succeed more like it is meant to be played if you play the sport which is rare for a sports game. Is dependent upon what you want. I would not blame anyone for being turned off NBA 2K cause of microtransactions. But only as a basketball sim it is really terrific. Check out www.nba2king.com for more details.
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