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6.2 out of 10

NBA Courtside 2002

NBA Courtside 2002 taps into the power of Nintendo GameCube to d Read more

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Overall 4

Is this your first 3 pointer? updated 29/09/04

jamesmonk..., Ciao
23 September 2004
  • Excerpt: History Well what can i say about this game, When i first played a courtside game it was on the Nintendo 64 and that game was amazing great graphics with great controls. Game modes They are 4 different games modes with this game let me tell you a little about them. Quick play This where you choose your teams and head straight to the court for a game, you can play with up to four friends or against cpu oppontent.
  • Pros: good graphics
  • Cons: controls aint no where near as good as the n64 version
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Overall 4

boring ball game

"durfugaminguk", amazon.co.uk
27 October 2002
  • Summary: NBA courtside had the potential to be a great game with amazing graphics unfortunately it only managed 1 of those things. The only reason I gave the game 2 stars was because of the graphics. The gameplay is appalling, I was bored after just 2 minutes but I carried on for about 20 minutes just in case it got better. Low and behold it didnt. The only thing remotely enjoyable about this game is the 3 point contest.
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Overall 4

NBA, you either love it or hate it.

Jetster, Ciao
23 October 2002
  • Excerpt: Hello there everybody, I hope you are all very well and willing to read a review by moi, now I’m no Kobe Bryant but I do like abit of b-ball or in other words Basketball to you non-slam dunking, alley oop-ing hot dog eating Yankees. So I decided to by NBA Courtside 2002 on the GameCube. I have owned this for about 2 weeks and played it often so I feel now is the right time to share my views on it. I feel I should start with the graphics.
  • Pros: Commentary and the speed of the game .
  • Cons: Lack of reply value .
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Overall 4

User Review

Mirio, WiiG
1 December 2003