NBA 2K20 Standard Edition for Nintendo Switch - Standard
- NBA 2K has evolved into much more than a basketball simulation
- A platform for gamers and ballers to come together
- Unparalleled player control and customization
- Compatible with Nintendo Switch
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NBA 2K20 Standard Edition is a platform for gamers and ballers to come together and create what's next in basketball culture. NBA 2K has evolved into much more than a basketball simulation. 2K continues to redefine what's possible in sports gaming with NBA 2K20, featuring best in class graphics and gameplay, groundbreaking game modes, and unparalleled player control and customization. Compatible with Nintendo Switch.
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MyCareer, for example, is a single player mode that can ONLY be played while online. If you take a pause mid-game the Switch will go into sleep mode and you lose your connection and game session. When I first started this mode downloading my face scan took so long that I had to keep touching my Switch to prevent it from going into sleep mode and starting over.
Compare this to Blizzard’s Diablo 3 port. D3 was previously exclusively only an online game, but when brought to the Switch they took the time to ensure the game was portable and could handle not being connected 24/7.
When I first got this title I had to restart the initial update patch several times due to the game not being able to handle losing connectivity while in sleep mode. Unfortunately the interface did not indicate it was resuming where it left off so it was unclear to me if I needed to literally sit there and watch my Switch and move it to prevent sleep mode.
I like NBA 2K. Last year I got NBA 2K19 on the Switch after having owned and played it on the Xbox. However this year I went exclusively with the Switch and the glaring omissions and lazy approach to this port really highlight this versions’s short comings.