Summary: of course you can't expect the ps2 experience to translate to the psp. gameplay is entirely different, even with gamebreakers and such. would make a great way to pass time on long flights or rides if there were mini-games.
Summary: I have only played this game for one day and already I love it. The quick games are cool. It is a three on three game. You could pick reaglur basketball teams, NBA leagens of all time, or you could have NBA superstars of now. One more thing.
Summary: You know how Michael Jordan loves to fly through the air, as he is gonna slam in two, and stick out his tongue? That's how I feel when I play this game! I love it, living my Michael Jordan fantasy, as I cruise along on my local city bus, or BART. I just love it.
Conclusion: It's an average game really, entertaining in short bursts but soon becomes a bit dull if you play for too long. With the tricks part of the game they try to make it a bit more interesting and the King of the Court mode is decent.
Summary: I was hooked into this game for about a week and then beat it. It has a career mode where you start out with a few players and try to beat top teams in various cities, adding their best player when you do beat them.
Summary: I'm a hardcore NBA Street and basketball fan. I've beed on ever since I played the first one on a PS2 demo. I beaten the first two, rented the third, and beaten the PSP version. I know the game inside and out. The PSP version is ugliest of all four but you should expect that from a handheld port.