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NBA Live 09 All-Play Previews - Wii

Game Description:When it comes to an all-inclusive basketball experience, NBA Live 09 All-Play truly has it all. Start with refined free-motion All-Play controls that make the game accessible to all players. Play an entire season with your favorite NBA team or go old-school and team your favorite stars in two-on-two streetball matchups. You can practice your sharpshooting with 21, show your skills in the 3-point shootout, or rock the rim in the Slam Dunk Contest. A streamlined online experience lets up to four-players on one console challenge four others on another. You'll even find FIBA-rules international ball, WBNA players, and an option for retro two-handed controls.
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