NBA 2K19 Would Like You To Drink Gatorade

  • NBA 2K19 MT coins might play brightly, but its off-the-court issues get in the way of its success. The game delivers a huge simulation of the sport, with dazzling demonstration to match along with also a renewed attention on the inner-city roots that lots of NBA athletes share. Then developer Visual Concepts takes this otherwise stellar game on a detour toward microtransactions.

    The NBA 2K series was on this path for decades, but its emphasis on microtransactions reaches a new peak in NBA 2K19. Often it feels like the better bits of this game -- of which there are plenty -- get lost in its obsession with squeezing more money from its own players.

    The growth of microtransactions from the NBA 2K series contrasts the increasing tumult of this real-life NBA offseason. This season, 2K Sports had to change NBA 2K19's cover after a blockbuster trade place its cover athlete at a different uniform. To better catch that growing disarray from the league's offices, NBA 2K19 introduces a story to its franchise mode, MyGM.

    A player -- your created MyPlayer, especially -- suffers a career-ending knee injury and afterwards takes up the reins as general manager. Trade Kyrie Irving away or put him at a different place; that's the crux of a group GM gig, with a sign of occasional internal team play involved. It's a stretch to call it a narrative mode as the menu does, but minor expansions into MyGM contain dialogue exchanges and participant interactions fresh to NBA 2K19.

    Not only is there a story in MyGM, there's still a bevy of MyPlayer options. As opposed to invite Spike Lee to direct MyCareer (as he did back in NBA 2K16), NBA 2K19's approach settles down, focusing on the tumultuous rookie year of former street baller DJ.

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