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NBA Jam '99 is an arcade basketball game for the Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color, developed by Iguana UK.
NBA Live is a Basketball Simulator with arcade-like gameplay, featuring Antoine Walker of the Boston Celtics on the cover.
NBA Full Court Press is a simulation-style basketball game developed by Microsoft Game Studios and Krome Studios Melbourne and Published by Microsoft Game Studios for the PC.
NBA Shootout 98 is Sony's third entry in the basketball series. Released in 1998 the basketball simulation featured fully 3D Polygonal graphics, career mode, and player creation.
The fourth game in EA Sport's annual basketball franchise, featuring Tim Hardaway (then of the Miami Heat) on the cover.
NBA Live '97 featured Mitch Richmond of the Sacramento Kings on the cover, the first in the series to dedicate the cover to a single player.
NBA ShootOut was released in 1996 and was Sony's first basketball game on their 32-bit PlayStation. It featured a season mode, motion captured player animations and up to 8 player support.
The first in a series of post-Midway NBA Jam games, NBA Jam Extreme brings the arcade-action series to 3D.
NBA Hangtime is essentially the sequel to NBA Jam Tournament Edition. Midway continued the franchise after Acclaim took over the right to the Jam name.
EA Sports's NBA game for the 1996 Season.
A basketball ball game published by Konami for the SNES.
The 1994-1995 edition of the Electronic Arts NBA-licensed franchise.
NBA Jam Tournament Edition is a two-on-two Arcade basketball game, adding updated rosters and new game modes to the original.
A basketball game and EA Sports' NBA title for the 1993 season. On the Sega Genesis it is known as NBA Showdown '94.
A half-court one-on-one basketball game featuring one star player from each of the teams in the NBA. The players were chosen from the 1991-92 season NBA roster.
Bulls vs. Blazers and the NBA Playoffs was Electronic Arts' NBA title for the 1992-93 season.
EA presents another season of the NBA, culminating in the '91 finals between Chicago and LA, in the second of their proto-Live NBA Playoffs series.
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