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Submitted by Nineball2112 1329d ago | review

PSU: NBA Jam Review

Reboots, re-imaginations, excessive sequels, and nostalgia for the sake of irony are common trends in movies and television, but these days it seems like the videogames industry is starting to latch on to these principles at an increasing rate. Still, while it's easy to cast a cynical eye over such trends, it isn’t necessarily as bad of a move as you may think. Indeed, while there are some classics that are best left untouched, there are of course other games that genuinely do benefit from a fresh coat of HD polish and the addition of a handful of swanky new features thrown in for good measure. (NBA Jam, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 7/10

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