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    David Robinson's Supreme Court

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released June 1992

    David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game for the Genesis and was developed by Sega. The game featured fictional teams.

    Short summary describing this game.

    David Robinson's Supreme Court last edited by Mento on 04/27/20 06:41PM View full history


    David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game exclusive to the Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, co-developed by Sega and Acme Interactive (which would later become Malibu Interactive). It is endorsed by David Robinson, then-center for the San Antonio Spurs.

    Instead of the NBA license it features four fictional teams based in American cities (LA, NYC, Chicago, and Detroit) with equally fictional players. The game also features an isometric perspective that switches direction with a brief loading screen once the ball passes the midcourt line.


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