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Submitted by tigresa 1377d ago | preview

NBA Jam Impressions | Spawn Kill

Eric Galaviz of Spawn Kill writes: When I first saw NBA Jam on the Wii back in March I was immediately blown away by how the team at EA Vancouver was able to capture the old school gameplay and still make it feel new. At this year's E3 I got a chance to play an updated version of the game, I noticed the motion controls are much more accurate now. They introduced a few legendary players into the mix. I can say for sure that NBA Jam is going to be a big hit with fans of the franchise and newcomers as well. (NBA Jam, Wii)

ShadowPraxis  +   1377d ago
Hmm
It'll be interesting to see if we get some hidden celebrity cameos like the original.
rrquinta  +   1376d ago
I'm interested to know if they manage to pull it off or if it fails.

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