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Submitted by Dash Reindeer 1770d ago | preview

GameXplain: NBA Jam Wii Hands-On

GameXplain Writes: "If you like fun (and were conscious in the ‘90s), then you’ll probably be familiar with that phrase. NBA Jam was like nothing else I had played, and gave me an all new appreciation for sports games. The intense pace, over-the-top sensibilities and iconic characters were infinitely memorable, and ingrained themselves in my fun centers. Bearing all that in mind, it’s no small wonder that the first game I gravitated towards once I was let loose was the soon-to-be-released, snazzy-looking update to the classic franchise, NBA Jam Wii." (NBA Jam, Wii)

Newtype  +   1770d ago
Nostalgic...BUT what happened to Midway publishing this game? They got bought up by EA awhile back or something?
andresegers  +   1770d ago
The franchise has bounced around several times, but EA licensed the rights to use the name from the NBA itself.

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