Summary: NBA Jam is one of my favorite games from my youth. Playing its brand of fast and fiery arcade basketball on my Super Nintendo and in the arcade was tough to beat back in the day, so it's with open arms that I welcome NBA Jam on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It brings with it a few new modes (dubbed Remix modes) and the same classic art style, gameplay and announcer that we all know and love.
Summary: i will do a quick review. its like the old one. lol. but it does not even allow you to switch between players. this killed the whole experience for me. having to depend on a computer team mate to pass you the alloy hoop. i mean it is fun to pass some time. hear the famous BOOM Shackalacka. lol. but i hear the one on xbox arcade is better. i plan to try it soon. well i hope this helped alittle for anyone looking to buy it.
Summary: I was barely a fan of this franchise. NBA Street is way better than this franchise. The graphics is horrible even in High Definition. Also, the sound is too annoying with all of that "Ka-Boom" and "Boomshakalaka". If only EA would realize to bring back the legendary NBA Street and/or Sega to bury this franchise, basketball games would be more better.
Summary: I first got this game for Wii and loved it. This reminded me of all of the old times playing NBA Jam on SNES. I love the sound and commentary. When I saw the price drop to $20 for the XBOX 360, I had to pick it up to upgrade to HD. I think the quick tempo of the game allows well for a party or good activity prior to NFL Sunday's. An added bonus is Steph Curry is completely crazy. I'm a big fan of his and love using him in the game.