20 Games Like NBA in the Zone '99(TBA)
The NBA 2K franchise is back with the most true-to-life NBA experience to date with NBA 2K16. Guide your MyPLAYER through the complete NBA journey, take control of an entire NBA franchise, or hone your skills online competing against gamers from around the world. With animations that provide smoother movement and more realistic articulation, it’s certain to be the most authentic NBA gaming experience yet.
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The final entry in Electronic Arts' basketball series based on the old NBA playoffs engine before the NBA Live series took over.
For the first time, the game features all 27 NBA teams from the 1993-1994 season. You can now play a full season with 82 games in addition to playoffs and exhibition games.
NBA Jam Extreme features many of the top players from the 1996–97 NBA season. Rosters accurate as of September 11, 1996, with some notable omissions. Chief among them were Michael Jordan, Charles Barkley and Shaquille O'Neal. Jordan and O'Neal had contracts with Electronic Arts that resulted in the Jordan game Chaos in the Windy City and O'Neal appearing in Shaq-Fu and the NBA Live games. Barkley had signed a deal with Accolade to appear in its Barkley Shut Up and Jam! games.
NBA ShootOut 2000 will be the basketball game by which all past and future basketball games will be compared to because of its? incredible graphics, undaunted realism and amazingly realistic gameplay. No other game recreates the NBA like NBA ShootOut 2000. All new player graphics recreate each and every NBA player in amazing detail. Every position has been motion captured. Seven NBA players performed 300 new moves and 42 signature dunks. New Touch Shooting? let?s you control the accuracy of your shot. Incredible TV style action cameras put you in the middle of the action like never before. State of the art artificial intelligence translates into every NBA team playing exactly like their real life counterparts. If that?s not enough, you can also design your own dunk using the revolutionary Create Dunk feature.
Experience the wide-open nature of three-on-three basketball with NBA 3-ON-3 FEATURING KOBE BRYANT. You can choose your squad from all of the NBA teams that include actual rosters. Once you have chosen your favorite team, play a Pick-Up game to get accustomed to the game style and controls. When you are ready for some competition, try to win the NBA championship in a 14, 28, 56, or 82-game Season mode. If you don't want to waste your time playing a full season, you can go straight to the Playoffs. No matter what mode you play, the rules of the game can be adjusted, including shot clock violations, backcourt violations, and the maximum number of points that can be scored. If you want to put yourself into the game, you can with the Create-A-Player option. Now you can try to conquer the NBA in NBA 3-ON-3 FEATURING KOBE BRYANT.
Powered by EA SPORTS IGNITE, NBA LIVE 14 delivers the ultimate on court control combining the art of basketball with the science of next generation technology. bounceTek, fueled by next-gen visual fidelity and up to 8x the processing power, unlocks a revolutionary new, physics-based dribbling system. Players perform more like their real-life counterparts than ever before, informed by 70+ stats and tendencies, updated not monthly, weekly or daily, but within 1-hr of every NBA game. With fresh content and challenges on a daily basis, NBA LIVE 14 delivers the pulse of the NBA...24/7/365.
Real Ball. Real Skills.
Raise Your Game!
NBA Baller Beats - The first ever full body motion-based NBA video game that lets you perform like a pro using a real basketball.
NBA Baller Beats will come packaged with an official NBA game ball replica from Spalding®.
Bounce the ball to the beat of 30 licensed tracks that span across decades and genres including hip-hop, rock and old school classics.
From novice to pro, every baller can raise their game with three difficulty levels available on every song: Rookie, Pro, and Baller.
The game challenges players to master ball-handling skills by dribbling and performing moves including crossovers, pump fakes, flow dribble and more.
Train alongside your favorite NBA franchise unlocking songs, difficulty levels, environment accessories, over 100 posters and Panini’s 2012 NBA HOOPS trading cards that showcase NBA players’ greatest moves.
Master different baller moves and increase your stamina in single player mode, break it down and practice different skills in Move School mode or show-off in multiplayer mode and go head-to-head against up to 8 players – the highest score wins bragging rights.
Show-off your baller skills as the Kinect camera takes pictures that you can upload and share on Facebook.
To maximize your performance, visit the extensive in-game tutorial where two-time NBA champion and Emmy Award-winning TNT NBA analyst Kenny Smith dishes tips for success.
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Another update in Electronic Arts' basketball series, this time featuring the teams and players from the 1992 NBA playoffs plus the East and West All-Stars.
Features unchanged from the previous games include detailed stats, instant replay, substitutions, free throw T-meter and signature moves, some of which are new.
Exclusive to the Genesis version is the ability to create your own All-Star teams and to call defensive plays.
Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside is a basketball simulation game for the Nintendo 64. It was released in 1998 and received a Player's Choice designation after selling one-million copies. Kobe Bryant was in his second NBA season at the time of the game's release and was the youngest player to have a game to his namesake.
Kobe Bryant in NBA Courtside features 5-on-5 game play. The game also features 1997-1998 rosters (except for Michael Jordan, who was not in the players' association and is renamed "Roster Player #98"). There are three game options: Exhibition, Season, and Playoffs. The game allows you to either simulate Season games or play them to lead into the playoffs, and win the NBA Finals.
NBA Live 10 is the 2009 installment in the NBA Live series, developed by EA Canada and published by Electronic Arts. Dwight Howard of the Orlando Magic is the cover athlete. It was released in 2009 for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, PSP and iOS (the latter under the title NBA Live by EA Sports). NBA Live 10 was to be followed by NBA Live 13 which was cancelled in late 2012. NBA Live 10 was the last game in the NBA Live series for 4 years until NBA Live 14 in 2013.
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Return to the roots of arcade NBA basketball in the 2010 installment of NBA Jam. Developed by EA Canada for seventh-generation game consoles, this rebirth brings back the gameplay, aesthetics, and gratuitous secrets of the original 1993 arcade game.
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With over 5 million copies sold worldwide and over 20 Sports Game of Year awards, last year NBA 2K11 allowed you to BECOME THE GREATEST with MJ & the Jordan Challenge mode. This year the NBA 2K franchise is back and bigger than ever, providing fans with the opportunity they've always dreamed of - to finally END THE DEBATE as to who are the best teams and players of all time. Featuring such NBA legends as Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird as well as all of your favorite NBA players of today, NBA 2K12 will be packed with new and exciting features that will be revealed in the weeks and months ahead that, come October 4th, will put fans center court of an unprecedented basketball experience.
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NBA 2K celebrates 20 years of redefining what sports gaming can be, from best in class gameplay to ground breaking game modes and an immersive open-world "Neighborhood." NBA 2K19 continues to push limits as it brings gaming one step closer to real-life basketball excitement and culture.
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The NBA Live series of basketball video games, published by EA Sports, is currently one of the leading National Basketball Association simulations on the market.
Starting from NBA Live 2000, the series featured NBA Live Legend All-Stars Teams, that included some biggest names from five decades (50s to 90s). These teams could be used instantly, but to use the players as regular players (e.g. traded, played on regular NBA Teams) they needed to be unlocked. Along the series, some of the rosters were changed due to many reasons as Michael Jordan was on the 90's team through 2004.