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Submitted by Cyrus365 1790d ago | review

GamesRadar: NBA Jam Review

GamesRadar writes: "As sports games have evolved in the HD era, many gains have been offset by a loss of soul. While this current generation has ushered in an era of gorgeous graphics, super-deep franchise modes, and expansive online options, the public at large now struggles with hyper-complicated controls and a steep learning curve. NBA Jam is the perfect solution to this problem – a simple yet deep and stylish game that will appeal to everyone."

You'll love:

* Instantly accessible and fun
* So many unlockables
* That great NBA Jam voice

You'll hate:

* No online play
* Can't switch players in-game
* That's about it (NBA Jam, Wii) 9/10

Cyrus365  +   1791d ago
What? Can't switch players in game? That sucks
kjhksd   1790d ago | Spam

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