Nintendo as the less expensive option in the last-gen console world was known to butcher the quality of the most popular sports game titles This was evident when 2k21 launched MT 2K22. The question is: Is it still worth buying 2k22 to get a console at a price comparable to those of other previous-gen consoles?
This review will focus on some of the game's key highlights, and observations through some 30 hours of gaming in addition to focusing on Nintendo Switch, as some of NBA 2k22's key changes aren't available on last-gen consoles.
The game comes in 3 versions three versions: There is the Cross-Gen Bundle exclusively for digital versions of the game, and the regular version featuring Luka Doncic's image. Dallas Mavericks superstar Luka Doncic as well as it's the NBA 75th anniversary edition featuring the faces of Dirk Nowitzki, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Kevin Durant.
After launching the game, the player is greeted by a blue loading screen that usually takes a while (maybe even long enough to have food during game times). In terms of gameplay, you're in for a treat, because of some major changes to the AI's basketball IQ as well as the shot meter being reintegrated into the game's more advanced fatigue system.
Graphics-wise, it was better than 2k21but it came out a little sluggish on some occasions, quite reasonable given the specs the device I used. Certain hairlines were a bit off, but excusable. The shot meter that tries to be able to work with a player's fatigue meter Buy NBA 2K Coins, requires time to adjust as someone who plays the game in a casual manner.