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Submitted by StingerVE 1422d ago | review

The Vortex Effect - NBA Jam: On Fire Edition Review

The Vortex Effect: I’ll admit up front that I absolutely hate basketball, and that I could care less about any basketball simulation game. That’s why I’ve loved the NBA Jam series since I was a kid playing it on the Genesis, or SNES, or in an arcade. NBA Jam strips the game down to its most basic element without having rules (with the exception of goal tending) and without complicated controls. Basically, NBA Jam has always been the basketball game that fans and non-fans of the sport could play for hours at a time and have a blast. (NBA Jam: On Fire Edition, PS3, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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