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Minute to minute, play to playwith, shot to shot, NBA 2K21 is seamless. It's as near perfect as you can realistically envision a sports sim is. It is the Michael Jordan of sport sims, but only in case you mean Jordan in The Flu Sport.
VC - the virtual currency in the core of NBA 2K21 - is largely to blame for this. Not completely, and we are going to get to additional weaknesses in time, but the beginning and ending of a large proportion of NBA 2K21's difficulties stem from the microtransactions the game is built around.
The game constantly pulls you towards that; we had shot the Trail Blazers to the Finals in MyLeague, our player in MyCareer had just attained the NBA, and Cheap NBA 2K21 MT Coins we had done little more than trying out the characteristics of MyTeam, and still, every time we turned the game on, the menu pulled towards MyTeam with a'Continue Now' button.