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There is a bit of character and culture inside

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MensajePublicado: Mar Sep 25, 2018 8:00 am    Asunto: There is a bit of character and culture inside Responder citando

When playing as DJ, you'll encounter NBA 2K19's "The Neighborhood." Think about it a hub of activity for DJ's career. In a MMO-lite twist, it is possible to walk around with multiple (hundreds, maybe, if servers fill up) of additional player-controlled DJs, playing pickup games, trading scores in minigames or interacting. The existence of other NBA 2K19 MT Coins players is generally pointless outside of light competition, nevertheless; I ended up only ignoring the audience.

I soon realized The Neighborhood just replaces NBA 2K19's core menu. In that way, it's merely a clumsy way to navigate. Desire a haircut? Walk the block to the barbershop. Want to change clothing? Go home. Need new shoes? Jog down to Foot Locker. Looking to catch a fast pickup game? The courtroom is down the street on the left.

Plodding as this navigation is, there is a bit of character and culture inside. In the barbershop, DJ is served like a neighborhood celebrity while they chat about general gossip. The friendly (if drowsy) attendant of a food cart contributes to some laughs. These spaces are also nicely decorated, cramped and flush with older brick buildings circa 1930s New York. It is a strong representation of the impoverished to lower-middle-class upbringing of NBA stars that got their start in places like Harlem's Rucker Park.

On the other hand, The Neighborhood is also sullied by corporate patrons. A little gentrification from the older neighborhood? Maybe. Nevertheless, it's not just a Foot Locker place sitting on a corner or Gatorade-sponsored gyms. The owners of this barbershop present DJ using a gift, JBL headphones, of which DJ chimes in, "Are the new JBLs?" Gatorade is a central part of the narrative, called out from the broadcast team during games as much as it is promoted during gym coaching sessions (purchasing virtual bottles of Gatorade for stamina includes a spiel about electrolytes).

Selling a little ad space -- even overdone ad space -- isn't inherently problematic. It is emblematic of an online-connected era. There is an authenticity in rotating courtside banner ads and between-play chatter by the announcers, changing as the year goes on with new patrons biking in reddit game discuss. The insistence on using Virtual Currency (MT) for everything compounds the matter, though. NBA 2K19 would like you to drink Gatorade, but it's also interested in getting you to invest more actual cash in the game.
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