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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1403d ago | review

NZGamer: NBA Jam Review

Creating a game based on a legendary (but vintage) original is no easy feat. You simultaneously risk alienating people that played (and loved) the original, as well as isolating yourself from any potential new audience that doesn't identify with it. You may even find yourself constrained as to what you can do, all the while trying to craft an experience that's somehow reminiscent of the original and yet relevant to gamers of today. (NBA Jam, Wii) 9/10

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