20 Games Like AR Basketball(TBA)
Get ready to run the floors with NBA In the Zone 2 from Konami. After last years title, Konami has stepped up and added new features to ITZ2 to make it the best possible basketball game. Featuring different play modes such as exhibition and full season play, as well as containing full rosters for all the NBA teams and the ability to make substitutions, ITZ2 is loaded.
Also beefed up is the AI. Not only will it be harder to drive to the basket, gamers have a greater chance of getting fouled-out, with increased foul elements such as offensive fouls and basket-count. So step on the court and get ready for some solid b-ball action.
Shoot some hoops with Ultimate Basketball. All of the traditional rules of basketball apply as you take control of a fictional team from one of seven American locales. Each team has its own full roster of players as well as unique strengths and weaknesses. For example, Houston has a tight defense and can shoot the three, while Dallas excels at the passing game.
The point of view is horizontal for the most part. Occasionally, you will get a close-up action scene on plays such as slam dunks and free throws. There are also two different play modes, "Tournament" and "One Game." You can play by yourself, against a friend, or with a friend against the computer.
Score! Hero, from the award winning makers of Score! World Goals, Dream League Soccer & First Touch Soccer.
BE THE HERO! Pass, Shoot & Score your way to legendary status, as you explore the dramatic career of your HERO player over 460 challenging levels!
Immersive free flowing 3D Score! Gameplay lets you control the action. Split defences with precise through balls, or bend shots into the top corner, putting you in control for an unrivalled mobile soccer experience.
David Robinson's Supreme Court is a basketball game with both exhibition and tournament modes. Choose one out of four fictional teams and then draft various skilled fictional players onto the team. Exhibition mode lets the player choose to either player 3 on 3 or 5 on 5 while tournament mode only allows for 5 on 5 play. The game also features a roleplaying mode where the player takes the role of and controls only one player on the court.
Tournament mode lets the players team play the three other teams with the prize being a chance to go up against David Robinson's All-Stars. Speaking of which, David Robinson offers commentary at the halftime of games.
Get ready to take it to the hole with Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul Jabbar in Slam 'N Jam '96: featuring Magic & Kareem! Featuring fully rendered 3D arenas, players can execute the ever-famous sky-hook, pull off no-look passes, view instant replays for spectacular plays, and set up all kinds of offensive and defensive strategies. Additionally, Van Earl Wright returns as the play-by-play commentator!
Slam 'N Jam '96 features a few gameplay options including the Exhibition Game, Season, and Playoffs modes. The Exhibition is a single game of basketball using any of the teams. This is ideal for new players as it will get them accustomed to the gameplay mechanics and various controls. On the other hand, starting a new Playoffs session will save you the time and hassle of going through an actual season of basketball. Choose your favorite team and guide them to the finals!
Get ready to take your favorite school all the way to the national title in NCAA MARCH MADNESS ¿98. This game has all the pomp and circumstance of college basketball, complete with all the schools' fight songs. Run plays designed by Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and manage your team over the long haul in Dynasty mode, or just jump straight to the Tournament and see if you can lead your team to the title. In the Dynasty mode you can try to recruit blue chip prospects or entice junior college transfers to come to your school. Of course, there is also a Versus mode so you can take on your friend and see who is the master of the hardwood. You can also team up with a friend and take on one of the legendary teams in a match-up for the ages.
A basketball game featuring 28 teams. Even though the game doesn't carry an NBA license, 27 of the teams are based on the cities of their real professional counterparts of that era. The other team is an all star team.
The game has an exhibition and playoff mode. Exhibition is the usual team vs team game, while the playoff mode has 8 teams competing to win the championship. Players can choose to turn fouls on or off and also choose how many minutes each quarter will be.
The game features a vertical basketball court, with only half of the court shown at any one time. When a player takes the ball from one side of the court to the other, the screen rotates and then the other half of the court is shown.
Earvin "Magic" Johnson gives commentary before a game, while broadcaster Chick Hearn gives the play by play during the game.
Super Dunk Star is a basketball game somewhat based on the NBA but with entirely fictional teams. Most of the action is depicted NBA Jam style, with a horizontal view of the court and large sprites for the athletes. Upon scoring a field goal from up close (slam dunks or otherwise), the camera briefly changes to a dynamic shot of the basket.
The game was developed by C-Lab and published by Sammy Studios exclusively in Japan.
SUPER PLAYERS DUNKSHOT
DUNKSHOT is the ultimate basketball game. You choose the colour of the court. You choose the colour of the uniforms. You choose the players for your team just as you would in real life. Every player has strong and weak points and each of them improves as the game progresses. You can move them on and off the court just as you like.
You are the coach!
You device the strength of the opposing team. You decide how long the game will be. There are a wide range of formation tactics to choose from. The game is fast and exciting.
The rules are almost the same as in a real-life game, but you can make variations.
This is the first time ever that RPG (role-playing game) software has been available in a video sports game.
Are you ready for DUNKSHOT?
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.