NBA Jam Extreme

NBA Jam Extreme

NBA Jam goes full 3D for the first time, but is the series still on fire?

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Genre:
Arcade Basketball
CDs: 1
(?? Megs)
Players:
1 to 4 Players
ESRB: Kids to Adult
No Descriptors
Publisher:
Acclaim
Retail Barcode:
0 21481 21070 2
Memory:
1 Block
Developer:
Sculptured Software
Sony ID:
SLUS-00388
Accessories:
Multi-Tap
Released:
November 1, 1996
PSRM:
005570

“The stale old look of earlier Jams is no more, replaced by silky-smooth motion capture players and a completely 3-D arena… with wilder dunks, tons of new features, lots of new codes and tricks, 3-D polygon characters and Marv Albert, this title is sure to please.” -Game Players

NEXT GENERATION GRAPHICS 

  • All-new 3-D engine
  • Ultra-realistic player movement through “Motion Capture Technology”
  • Graphic detail that makes players look like their real-life counterparts


NBA REALISM 

  • Player attributes based on NBA stats
  • All 29 teams
  • All 29 courts
  • Over 170 NBA players stats
  • Playoffs, Finals and All-Star Games
  • Marv Albert at the play-by-play

EXTREME GAMEPLAY 

  • Over 30 outrageous new ‘Extreme’ dunks
  • All-new ‘Extreme’ button elevates your game
  • “Jam Cam” zooms in on game action
  • Over 60 hidden players and secret teams
  • Slam with one to four players

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Trivia

  • NBA Jam Extreme would be the foundation frame upon which the infamous NBA 2 Ball demo was built on.