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consists of 13 releases.
Released Oct 07, 2008
EA's renamed basketball simulation set for an October 2010 release was cancelled at the last minute due to concerns over quality. The game was intended to introduce brand new control concepts and mechanics meant to innovate on the simulation basketball genre.
2K's long-running basketball simulator is back for another season with Michael Jordan as their cover athlete.
Formerly known as the NCAA March Madness Series, NCAA Basketball 09 is the exclusive NCAA Basketball game by EA Sports. It serves as the only up-to-date college basketball simulation on the market. Cover athlete is Kevin Love of the UCLA Bruins.
NBA Live 09 is the next installment in the popular basketball franchise from Electronic Arts.
NBA returns for another season featuring improved graphics, new modes, and online play.
An Italian basketball simulator, released only in that territory in 2007.
NBA 2K8 continues a five year legacy as the #1 rated NBA simulation with in-game features that bring basketball to life like never before.
NBA Live 08 is another yearly installment in EA's NBA Live series. The Washington Wizards' Gilbert Arenas is featured on the cover.
The 2008 iteration of Sony's NBA series.
NBA Street Homecourt is the fourth game in the over-the-top basketball series by EA Sports BIG. It features a heavy emphasis on crazy tricks and even crazier dunks where teams of 3 compete to see who is truly the king of the court.
EA Sports NBA game
NBA 2K7 is the eighth installment of the NBA 2K series of realistic basketball games, updating the roster to the 2006/2007 NBA season while improving the online play and adding every athlete's "signature style".
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 Street V3 is the third entry in the popular NBA Street Series. Following in the footsteps of past games in the series, the game allows you to perform over the top dunks and tricks with your favorite NBA players.
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.
NBA Street Vol. 2 is the second game in the NBA Street series. It continues the over-the-top ridiculous style of the first one while adding a few new aspects to the game play.
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.
2002's version of EA's annual basketball franchise. Steve Francis of the Houston Rockets was the cover athlete.
NBA Street is the first in a successful series of three-on-three arcade-style basketball games.
Play NBA with the stars on the Sega Dreamcast.
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).
This is EA sports yearly release of NBA simulation. Kevin Garnett graces the cover.
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.
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