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6.3 out of 10

NBA Jam 2004

Redeveloped from scratch for X-box, NBA JAM brings the “in your Read more

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Overall 8
Gameplay 8
Graphics 8
Sound 8
Lifespan 8

NBA JAM Review

IGN Entertainment
11 March 2010
  • Conclusion: Despite the fact that NBA Jam will have a difficult time dealing with competition in the upcoming months, I still find the game solid overall. The gameplay still remains as rambunctious as ever, but the available modes of play are definitely lacking. That’s not to say what’s offered in NBA Jam isn’t good enough, it just would have been nice to have more to choose from.
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Overall 7
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30 November 1999
  • Summary: If you?re a fan of the classic Midway game, and stayed up many a nights as a youngster with your Genesis or Super Nintendo controller glued to your hands, then this updated version of NBA Jam is for you. Some new comers may catch on, but this one is for the old school Jammers. Some of the new Remix Modes are fun like Domination and the boss battles, but overall $50 is a hefty price for a game that could have easily just been a download. Yes, if you?
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Overall 8

NBA Jam Review

23 October 2005
  • Conclusion: NBA Jam is fun distilled to its purest form. Whether or not that makes it a great game is up for debate. If you enjoy getting together with some friends for games of FIFA, Madden and NHL then you’ll be in heaven with NBA Jam. There is no sports game that is better suited to trash talking and joshing with friends, and even offers up some fun for the non-sports fans out there.
  • Pros: Simple and easy to play, Crazy over the top action, Hilarious commentary from Tim Kritznow, Fantastic multiplayer
  • Cons: Single-player lacks depth, Frustrating AI rubber banding
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