20 Games Like All-Pro Basketball(TBA)
"Classic NBA arcade action is back! Take your “A” game to the playground and beat the best in high-flying 2-on-2 basketball action. Practice your skills offline, play with up to three others, or take your talents online to posterize your opponents with acrobatic jams and ridiculous displays of skill."
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For the first time ever in FIFA, live your story on and off the pitch as the Premier League’s next rising star, Alex Hunter. Play on any club in the Premier league, for authentic managers and alongside some of the best players on the planet. Experience brand new worlds in FIFA 17, all while navigating your way through the emotional highs and lows of The Journey.
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The simply titled game "Baseball" was developed by Nintendo in 1983 for the Nintendo Family Computer, and was one of the very first games released for the Famicon. It was also included as one of the 18 games released for the Nintendo Entertainment System's original launch in the United States.
Remake tourney history with NCAA Road To The Final Four 2! Bring "March Madness" to your PC again and again! NCAA2 is the first PC basketball simulation to use sophisticated 3-D graphics technology that follows the action like a flight simulator, with a constantly changing viewing angle. Featuring: Real five-on-five action; Digitized player realism; Individual player intelligence based on actual NCAA stats!; Intuitive user interface. Play NCAA in minutes; School colors and jersey numbers; Real-time play or fast simulation modes; Variable zoom brings you as close to the action as you want; Modify names and stats. The VoxFX multi-layer sound engine throws you right into the action with all the on-court squeaks, thumps, grunts and banter of real college games! Put yourself in the shoes of Coach, Player, or Spectator and listen as the crowd goes wild.
Baseball Simulator 1.000 was made by Culture Brain exclusively for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Released in 1989, it was praised by Electronic Gaming Monthly as the "Best Sports-Themed Video Game" of 1989. This was largely due to some unique gameplay features that helped it to set itself apart from the many other baseball games released.
Bandai Golf Challenge Pebble Beach was developed and released by Bandai for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1989. It is named after the famous California golf course, Pebble Beach-which has since played a prominent roll in a number of golf games, including the Tiger Woods line.
NBA Jam is a basketball arcade game published and developed by Midway in 1993. It is the first entry in the NBA Jam series. The main designer and programmer for this game was Mark Turmell. Midway had previously released such sports games as Arch Rivals in 1989, High Impact in 1990, and Super High Impact in 1991. The gameplay of NBA Jam is based on Arch Rivals, another 2-on-2 basketball video game. However, it was the release of NBA Jam that brought mainstream success to the genre.
The game became exceptionally popular, and generated a significant amount of money for arcades after its release, creating revenue of $1 billion in quarters. In early 1994, the Amusement & Music Operators Association reported that NBA Jam had become the highest-earning arcade game of all time.
The release of NBA Jam gave rise to a new genre of sports games which were based around fast, action-packed gameplay and exaggerated realism, a formula which Midway would also later apply to the sports of football (NFL Blitz), and hockey (2 on 2 Open Ice Challenge).