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NBA Live 10 Latest News - PSP

Game Description: Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard headlines the cover of Electronic Arts' latest basketball title. NBA Live 10 will introduce a number of new innovations to the franchise, many of which Electronic Arts is keeping quiet for now. NBA Live 10, in development at EA Canada, will feature a refined version of the series' Dynamic DNA service.
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  • Dwight Howard Earns Cover Of NBA Live 10

    Electronic Arts just announced that star basketball star Dwight Howard is the cover athlete for NBA Live 10. If you don't know who Dwight Howard is, you should be ashamed of yourself, at least according to G4tv.com's intern, Meg. "He's superman!" Intern Meg insisted to me. "I think it's shameful that there are people at G4 who...

    Posted June 11, 2009

    Dwight Howard Earns Cover Of NBA Live 10
  • NBA Live 10 Team Differentiation Trailer

    Posted: September 23, 2009

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  • NBA Live 10 Dwight Howard Cover Reveal

    Posted: June 12, 2009

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