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NBA 09 The Inside Latest News - PS3

Game Description:It's all about The Life. Play through the lives of three different up-and-coming ballers: a point guard, a small forward, and a big man. You'll start out in the NBA Development League and work your way up to an NBA squad. Each story is different, with different details and mini-games, all the while teaching you what you need to know to head out to the court. Not up for a detailed story? Quickplay and Franchise are both available, as are a bunch of mini-games like Own the Court, Three-Point Shootout, and the Skills Challenge. Take on your friends online in one-on-one, two-on-two, or full squad matches.
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  • PS3 Sales 'Solid' In North America

    SCEA president Jack Tretton said that sales of the PS3 hardware are "solid" with a 94 percent year-on-year sales boost and an impressive 25 percent increase last month over August's charts. Tretton said: "If the impressive pre-sale numbers and ratings for LittleBigPlanet, SOCOM: Confrontation, and Resistance 2 are any indication,...

    Posted October 17, 2008| 139 Comments

    PS3 Sales 'Solid' In North America

 


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