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Really fun and addictive game. After reading some reviews, I have noticed some common themes. First of all, many have claimed that there is not a dribble stick. There is one, but it must be turned on in the options menu. Second, many people complain about stamina and being limited to a few games per hour. I think it’s a smart decision by 2k, as it gives casual players an advantage over pay-to-play. Third, many people complain about ratings. Ratings are not based on percentages, but rather seem to be based on a 1-100 scale. For example, a rating of 45 for three does not mean the player will make a three point shot 45% of the time. And fourth, a lot of people complain that they cannot progress easily by getting better players. I have found the best way to do this is through the weekend events. In order to do well in them, one must be semi-dedicated, but it will reward you without having to pay. All-in-all, a great game. I’m excited to see the new head to head mode. My one suggestion would be to make crafting a little bit rewarding. I haven’t ever been able to craft a better player than I already had. Keep up the good work!
So I really like this game. I think it has a lot of potential. I think the graphics are pretty good, and I like all of the challenges that this game provides for you to upgrade your team. The game play is pretty smooth in some regards, and I like the shooting mechanics and the look of the cards a lot. This game however needs to have some updates for many reasons. For one I have numerous times gotten the green shot meter, which indicates the ball has a higher chance of going in the net. For me the ball has never gone through the net once outside of the paint when I have gotten a green bar. Every shot you seem to shoot close to the basket usually goes in no matter how contested that player is. I think the game is relatively slow when fouls are called on opposing players, and the free throws are so drawn out and needs to be much faster. I think the “drills mode” is super fun and is a great way to get draft picks and collectables. I also think this game should lower the pack prices of their store. Some of them are outrageous and I know this game has the mentality for you to “grind” but I think it’s a bit too expensive if you’re trying to buy packs. Also I think the rewards for beating a season or getting draft picks should have a higher probability of packing s good player. I’m sure there will be many updates in the future, but I think this game is very fun and enjoyable.
First thing I like the graphics and somewhat the controls. But the problem is, it’s too paid to win. The only way to get gold+ players is to either use a lot of money or farm a lot. If I want to get a sapphire player, I would need sapphire rings which players can only get from season or league. It would be extremely difficult because it requires a good team above emerald. So that’s the first problem for me. The second problem is that the defense is garbage. Most of the times my players would not even be covering a man and staying inside the perimeter instead of covering up their man. It’s very irritating because the cpu is just going to be able to sink in a shot every time if my player doesn’t guard them. The game has a lot of potential, but the fact that it’s so paid to win and the defense isn’t that great makes this game fall off. The game is also barely even fair at all. Players miss open layups and shots while the CPU makes almost every shot. I have an emerald Donovan Mitchell and he can barely shoot for his life. How can you have someone open and never make it. It’s not fair. My release is barely off of perfect but it still misses. If it’s too late, then the shot is short. If it’s a little early, it still misses. Not even having a perfect release can help you because the CPU has hall of fame lockdown defense. You don’t even have a 50% chance of making a shot with a perfect release. This game definitely needs to be worked on.
It’s safe to say the graphics have had a massive improvement compared to NBALM. The characters look almost real, have facial animations and body animations not seen before on mobile, besides NBALM. The cutscenes make it all the more closer to a 2K experience, and the ones on the bench and crowd always react to my dunks, making it more exciting for me. The one thing about the gameplay that bothers all of us is the fact that you can barely shoot and make it in, even with a green shot. The defense is also pretty bad in some moments, but it doesn’t bother me much. Now the in-app purchases honestly kill me. There is almost no way to earn coins, besides doing league which only gives you 5 coins, and keep in mind that most packs are like 2,000 coins, and you only have stamina for three league matches, meaning you would have to cough up money, more than $40 I’d imagine if you want a slight chance of earning gold cards or above. The other way is through daily objectives, but even that’s a grind sometimes because you earn 35 coins for completing 5 daily objectives. The progression is very slow due to that and me not wanting to spend money on this. That progress will keep you with crappy cards for a while, but grind through it, and someday you’ll get good.
This game is amazing a few things I would like to tell you though. This game has amazing graphics and pays attention to detail more than ever. The sound effects are just like 2k. But you can’t just play as your favorite team. It is basically MyTeam, you collect characters on your quest to be the best in the basketball world. You can never just play as the Golden State Warriors or the Lakers, you will have to earn the cards to build that team. You have a season mode but it is still with your MyTeam, and you can still pick what user team you want for your MyTeam. I personally was a little disappointed because the trailer was a little misleading when I saw all the Warriors on the same team, so don’t think that’s the way it works. You can still train the players you have at the Gatorade Training Facility just like 2k. The trailer also says you can play on the go, which isn’t accurate, you need internet to play, and it takes around 45 seconds for “required assets” to download. I personally recommend this game for you If you want something close to 2k. I like this game over the NBA2k’s that come out each year if you want a better experience. Let’s go Warriors!
Developed by the 2K.
NBA 2K Mobile Basketball has 399 526 user reviews.
NBA 2K Mobile Basketball has an average rating of 4.8.
The latest version of NBA 2K Mobile Basketball (2.20.457713) was released on Dec 06, 2019.
You can download NBA 2K Mobile Basketball here:.
Stay in the game with NBA 2K Mobile and experience authentic NBA 2K action on your phone or tablet. Season 2 offers deep card customization, more on the court
options, and a newly updated 2020 roster.
Requires an Internet connection and iPhone 6s, iPad Air 2, iPad Pro, Mini 4 or newer.
Experience console quality graphics and lifelike NBA 2K action while on the go. Collect your favorite NBA players, build your dream team, and then step onto the court in 5v5 matchups or real-time PVP. Use Drills to train up your players, compete in Seasons to earn rewards and new crafting materials, compete in limited time events for exclusive cards, and rise up the leaderboards on your way to become a legend.
NBA 2K Mobile is the newest game from the NBA 2K franchise.
• 400+ cards of your favorite NBA players and All-Stars
• Console quality graphics and authentic on the court action
• Multiple modes and events to test your skills
• Build your ultimate dream team of players past and present
• Call for Picks and Double Teams
• Exclusive rewards in real-time events like The Gauntlet
• Daily bonuses from the Checklist and logging in
• Real-time PVP"
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