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Submitted by Starfox811 1296d ago | review

TGH NBA Jam: On Fire Edition Review

Anthony D Writes: It has been a while since the masses were treated to a loose style of NBA title like NBA JAM. The previous NBA Jam was only on the Wii, which garnered relatively positive reviews, with the only negative comment citing the lack of online play. Fear not NBA JAM fans, On Fire Edition dunks its predecessor with online modes and a bevy of awesome features. Is it enough to make players shout ‘BOOM-SHAKALAKA!’ or is it simply a double dribble? (EA, NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, PS3, Xbox 360) 4/5

ShadyDevil  +   1296d ago
NBA JAM OFE is so awesome! I love this game. Just a fun game while 2K12 is serious and realistic. Just a great game to relax with friends with.
ferelinstincts  +   1296d ago
Haven't played many Basketball games but this one looks like fun. : )
Rob946  +   1296d ago
Looks good may give it a go.
Rampaged Death  +   1296d ago
The first NBA Jam game I have ever played and it's brilliant fun.
willie32  +   1296d ago
This game brings back many memories. It reminds me of the days of NBA Jam TE.

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