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NLSC Podcast #308: When You Wish Upon A Dev

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Episode #308 of the NLSC Podcast is out now! Join Dee4Three and I as we discuss the latest patch for NBA 2K20, and run down our wishlists for NBA 2K21.

A new patch has come through for NBA 2K20 this week, and it’s brought some welcome updates and changes. The nerfing of a cheesy move has naturally proven to be controversial, leading us to reflect on attitudes towards exploits and how 2K should respond to any backlash. We also touch on some recent controversies with VC exploits, and how 2K chose to handle the situation. From there, we dive into this week’s main topic: our NBA 2K21 wishlists. It’s Wishlist Season, and we’ve got plenty to say about what we want to see in this year’s game. From motion systems and balance to roster accuracy and matchmaking, we break down our desired improvements and additions.

Tune in below!

What are your thoughts on the latest NBA 2K20 patch? What’s on your NBA 2K21 Wishlist? Sound off in the comments section below, or join in the discussion here in the Forum! Additionally, feel free to hit us up with any feedback on the episode, as well as suggestions for topics that you’d like to hear us discuss in future episodes. For more information on the NLSC Podcast including episode guides, check out this page in our Wiki.

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beegees
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beegees

Thank you both! I’m currently in the thick of the podcast (you know, it’s almost 3 hours (*´︶`*)). The episode so far went well fleshed out and informative. I know many of your points via previous podcasts and the NLVC, but you were able to summarize them and point out again eloquently and clearly.

Dee4Three
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Dee4Three

Thank you for listening!

While the shows have run long, we could probably keep going for a few more hours on each topic! I appreciate those who listen to the entirety of the shows (sometimes people need to break it up and listen to it at different times)

With a conversation centered around a topic like a wishlist, so much goes into it. Like we stated on the podcast, so much more can still be done in the basketball gaming space, which is hard to believe considering basketball video games have been around for over 30 years now!

Again, thanks for taking the time to listen!