20 Games Like Run and Gun(TBA)
Dick Vitale, the famous college basketball coach and commentator, lent his unique voice to this game for the Sega Genesis. There are four levels of depth to the commentary. Another aspect of the license is that the variety of offensive and defensive strategies and formations for player and AI use are pulled from the pages of Coach Vitale's own playbook.
The game features a 3/4 pseudo-3D perspective similar to that available on the SNES console in Mode 7. There are 32 college teams to choose from in four conferences, and games are played by official NCAA rules. Available gameplay modes include Single Game, 2-on-2, Slamfest (a simple slam-dunk contest), and Tournament. The AI can take control of defense, and the game can be played without foul rules.
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.
Do you dream of cutting down the net in New Orleans? Now you can experience the thrill of being the National Champ with NCAA? March Madness? 2003 -- the ultimate college basketball experience. From the crazed fans in the stands, to the mascots on the court and the fight songs played in the arenas, NCAA March Madness 2003 captures the spirit, excitement and rivalry that is college basketball.
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.
For more than 80 years, the "Clown Princes" of the hardwood, have thrilled and delighted worldwide audiences; more than 123,000,000 spectators in 118 countries have witnessed basketball, Harlem Globetrotters style. Now, the Globetrotters, the world's greatest showmen, take their high-flying athleticism, and audacious antics off the road, and right into your home! DSI Games brings the excitement of Harlem Globetrotters basketball to your favorite video game system. The "can't miss" 'Trotter's experience is now a "don't miss" video game!
This is basketball at the professional level. Full of international competition from the first jump ball to the last jump shot. Whether it's four on three or three on two - the action is fast and furious. And there are no favorites in this demanding play. You'll be called for double dribbling, cheered for every slam-dunk and carried off the court for making the winning free throw. But so will your opponent. So go for it. Your tough offense can put a "fast break" in the opposing team's stride while your defense remains solid as a rock. But think fast - because two can play at this game - and only one can win!
Playstation?s reigning champion of NCAA Men?s basketball is back and hungry for a repeat. This year?s version is boasting promising new features.
Coach Mode is the newest addition to the March Madness stable of gameplay modes. This feature allows masters of the "X's and O's" to work their way up from a small college to "shoecontract-U" where they vie for the NCAA title. In addition, Dynasty Mode and the playbooks have been expanded, for those gamers who want to dabble in the behind the scenes action of college basketball.
Punk Shot takes up to four players to downtown NYC for some two-on-two street basketball, no referee, no rules. The opposing two-man teams face off for a match played in four quarters (2 to 5 minutes each), on improvised courts in 3 different locations: the alley, the park, and the harbor.
Naturally, it ain't just about being cool and shooting some b-ball outside of the school: on each side you have a couple of guys who are up to no good, with a constant enthusiasm for making trouble in the neighborhood. As such, Punk Shot joyfully turns basketball into a full-contact sport - heads will be bashed, noses punched, and private parts kicked. To top it off, each court features an assortment of environmental hazards, from slippery banana peels and having your butt set on fire, to the park dogs and their special taste for pants.
This Game Boy Advance version of NBA Jam (not based on the SNES assets) features several modes of play with familiar, over-the-top basketball action. Players can choose from any of the 29 NBA teams in the league, each having several key players to take control of during the action...more than 140 superstars in all. Each professional in the game has his own playing attributes, from ball handling to dunking styles, so if you're looking to strut your stuff on the courts, it's best to know which players are the ones to grab. The game features the series' trademark alley-oops and skypasses, as well as the always-extreme "on fire" mode that's activated when a player sinks three baskets in a row. The game only fouls on Goaltending, so make sure you're not snagging the ball when it's coming down...