Excerpt: Once in awhile I get an email asking me to stop referencing my E3 experiences when writing reviews. The last person even asked when I would stop. I will stop once my memories of games at E3 is exhausted. I am sorry if that offends or bothers you.
Summary: I am the last person to enjoy a sports game. Other than the Olympics and boxing, I don't enjoy real life sports, let alone virtual sports. And yet, there was something intriguing about NBA Baller Beats.
Summary: In video games, as in any art form, it's rare to come across something genuinely new and fresh. When that happens, there's bound to be culture shock: you're not quite sure what to make of what you've got in front of you.
Pros: Uses genuine basketball skills, Fun challenges, Can festoon virtual gameplay area with team paraphernalia
Cons: Requires lots of room to play, May annoy neighbors and family members, Lacks much in gameplay variety and depth
Excerpt: You have to hand it to Majesco, it takes balls to come up with a rhythm game that incorporates a real basketball. Think Rock Band/Dance Central meets NBA and you'll have a pretty good understanding of how NBA Baller Beats actually works.
Excerpt: After years of motion-based faux-sports games where you mimic pitching, hitting, football passing, and basketball free-throws, NBA Baller Beats actually gives you a regulation basketball and has you practice your dribbling skills.
Pros: + An effective teaching tool that’ll up your game and make you sweat., + A great soundtrack that mixes rap and rock, and works well from a gameplay standpoint.
Cons: ? Will school phys-ed classes use it as an exercise tool?
Rhythm game about dribbling a real basketball to music.
Common Sense Media
19 April 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that NBA Baller Beats is an active game that combines the sport of basketball with music. Players try to bounce a real basketball to the beat of different songs offered in the game. Some of the music contains suggestive lyrics.
Conclusion: You know what they say, if you can't beat 'em, NBA Baller Beats 'em! 5 Footnotes 1 - Group number four is just bored people who are reading things on TA. Sorry, you guys don't get anything more than a footnote. 2 - Puns always intended.
Conclusion: 'Mission: Impossible' is the first box set release to come to Blu-ray and it's pretty darn explosive. For once, the TV ads don't lie -- this one packs plenty of bang for your buck. Great transfers, soundtracks and tons of extras make this one a four-star box set.
Excerpt: I will admit that I wasn’t sure what to think of NBA Baller Beats when I first saw it. At first glance, while walking the floor at E3 earlier this year, I thought it was a bit goofy. Then as I watched the demonstration at Majesco’s booth I realized there was a lot more to it.