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Submitted by deserteaglexix 1339d ago | review

Tech-Gaming: NBA Jam Review

No longer do gamers have to consider purchasing Elite 11 just for a crack of NBA Jam’s renewed rim-rocking antics. By offering the title as a standalone disk, EA is giving now-gen console owners a gratifying and all-inclusive experience which warrants the admission price. (NBA Jam, PS3, Xbox 360) B/A+

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