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Submitted by Buff1044 1446d ago | review

NBA Jam Review (Modojo)

If you're a basketball fan, download NBA Jam for the iPhone. Electronic Arts somehow managed to shove the high-flying, rim-rattling Wii version onto iOS without sacrificing much in terms of quality or content. Most importantly, the game plays almost exactly like its console counterpart, complete with thunderous monster jams, rainbow three-pointers and sweet alley-oops. There's even classic Jam announcer Tim Kitzrow, who punctuates every play with familiar trademark phrases like "Boomshakalaka" and "He's on fire." Bottom line, you need this in your life.

Chris Buffa (Modojo) (iPad, iPhone, NBA Jam) 4/5

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