NBA Jam Extreme

PSX PlayStation NBA Jam Extreme

Jewel Case Release

 

Genre: Basketball CDs: 1
Publisher: Acclaim Released: October 31, 1996
Developer: Sculptured Software UPC: 0 21481 21070 2
Sony ID: SLUS-00388 PSRM: 005570
Players: 1 to 4 Players Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: Multi-Tap
ESRB: Kids to Adults No Descriptors
Box Copy:

NBA JAM EXTREME

“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 Player Stats
  • Playoffs, Finals, and All-Star Games
  • Marv Albert at the play-by-play

EXTREME GAME PLAY

  • 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

 

Variants

  • There are no known variants.

 

 

Misprints

  • There are no known misprints.

 

Review

  • There is no review for this game yet.

 

The Good

  • No Review
  • No Review
  • No Review

The Bad

  • No Review
  • No Review
  • No Review
Final Score: NA – No Review

Summary Text

 

 

Screenshots

  • There are no screenshots for this game yet.

 

Videos

  • There are currently no videos for this game.

 

Trivia

  • NBA Jam Extreme, whether you love it or hate it, holds a very important place in PlayStation history. This is the game that acted as the base engine for the promotional demo disc NBA 2 Ball. If you load NBA 2 Ball into a PC and this game, you can actually see the same file folders and assets used.
  • The inner tray artwork for the game shows logos for Killing Time and NFL Quarterback ’98. Neither of them were released on the PlayStation, though Killing Time did release on the 3DO.
  • There really is only 4 people on the cover – the correct amount for the game.

Comments are closed.