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NBA Live 06 is the first game in the franchise to reach next generation consoles.
NBA 2K6 is the seventh installment of the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games, updating the roster to the 2005/2006 NBA season while adding new control mechanics.
NBA LIve 2005 is the 2005 version of the NBA Live Franchise.
ESPN NBA 2K5 is the sixth installment of the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games, updating the roster to the 2004/2005 NBA season while re-inventing the franchise mode (now known as "The Association").
ESPN NBA Basketball (also known as NBA 2K4) is the fifth installment of the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games, updating the roster to the 2003/2004 NBA season while adding a new player manuever system (using the right analog stick) and a new player creation/training mode.
Acclaim's attempt to revive the classic arcade game for PS2 and Xbox.
EA's 2002 entry in the NBA Live series, featuring New Jersey Nets point guard Jason Kidd on the cover. A separate soundtrack disk was included, and was given an RIAA Platinum certification when the game sold over a million copies.
NBA 2K3 is the fourth installment of the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games, updating the roster to the 2002/2003 NBA season while adding online multiplayer (for the PlayStation 2 and Xbox versions) and co-branding with the ESPN.
NBA ShootOut 2003 is the seventh game in Sony's basketball simulation franchise. The PS1 version of the game continued the trend of bringing almost no improvements from previous entries, while the PS2 release was the first to feature the Create Dunk on the platform.
After a career on N64, NBA Courtside 2002 comes for the first time to the Gamecube with groundbreaking physics and ball control.
2002's version of EA's annual basketball franchise. Steve Francis of the Houston Rockets was the cover athlete.
NBA 2K2 brings the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games to all sixth-generation consoles, updating the roster to the 2001/2002 NBA season while adding a new "Fantasy Mode", where every player in the season is put into the drafting pool.
NBA ShootOut 2002 is the sixth release in Sony's basketball simulation franchise. Featuring only incremental improvements, it was only released on the original PlayStation in 2001 despite the last iteration being released on both PlayStation and PlayStation 2.
A sequel to NBA Showtime: NBA on NBC that introduced a 3-on-3 format to the ubiquitous NBA Jam formula of Midway basketball games.
NBA 2K1 is the second installment of the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games, updating the roster to the 2000/2001 season while adding a new in-depth "franchise mode" and online multiplayer (as well famous street courts and retro teams).
NBA Shootout is the 5th iteration of the franchise and is the first of the series to appear on the PlayStation 2. Released in 2000 for the PlayStation and early 2001 for the PlayStation 2, It featured only minor improvements over the previous entry in the series, including a refined touch system and a graphics overhaul on the PS2 version.
This is EA sports yearly release of NBA simulation. Kevin Garnett graces the cover.
NBA Jam 2000 is a sports Nintendo 64 game made by Acclaim as licensed basketball simulation for the 1999-2000 NBA season. It also contained elements of the classic NBA Jam series in Jam Mode.
NBA Shootout 2000 is the 4th game in the basketball simulation series and the 1st in the series to be developed by then newly formed 989 Studios. New features in this iteration include signature moves, touch shooting, and commentary courtesy of Ian Eagle.
NBA Showtime is an arcade-style basketball game from the developers of NBA Jam and NBA Hangtime.
The first basketball game since Michael Jordan In Flight to officially feature Michael Jordan in the game. NBA Live 2000 features Tim Duncan of the 1999 NBA Champion San Antonio Spurs on the cover.
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