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Submitted by Cyrus365 1577d ago | review

Videogamer: NBA Jam Review

Videogamer: "Poor NBA Jam. EA's revival of the 90s coin-op classic was originally a Wii exclusive, but then everybody with a HD console complained, so the publisher promised a stripped-down version free with the then-upcoming NBA Elite 11. But then it turned out NBA Elite 11 was complete bobbins, so EA cancelled that and released NBA Jam on the HD consoles as a full-blown boxed product. But now we all realise EA shouldn't have bothered, and instead just given everyone the basic game (read: the one everybody wants to play) as an affordable digital title." (NBA Jam, PS3, Xbox 360) 6/10

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