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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1579d ago | preview

Kotaku - It Takes Two to Make NBA Jam Go Right

Kotaku - The inability to switch off between players was one of the few drawbacks of an otherwise rollicking NBA Jam revival last year. It required some clunky manipulation of your starting lineup and defense, for those who actually played it, often left a man open as you instinctively swarmed to the guy your CPU partner was guarding. (NBA Jam, PS3, Xbox 360)

refocusedman  +   1580d ago
I bought the first nba jam and was pissed. It was like EA just said forget abt us after we bought the game. They will not get any more of my money for this franchise.
Kurt Russell  +   1579d ago
I liked it, played like it did when I was a kid - which is what I expected.

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