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  • Publisher: Acclaim
  • Genre:Sports
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  • Release Date:Sep 24, 2003
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description:NBA Jam 2004 brings back the slick tricks and over-the-top attitude of the classic NBA Jam franchise! Redesigned from top to bottom, NBA Jam 2004 takes full advantage of next generation power. Play 3-on-3 Basketball with all the current NBA teams and players. Play "On Fire" and "Big Head" game modes, NBA JAM Tournament, Mini Games, no fouls, Hotspots and unlock hidden characters. Play against over 50 of the NBA's greatest players from the last 50 years in the Legends Tournament, taking a journey from the 1950s to the 1990s with era-specific music, uniforms and hairstyles! Or use Create-A-Player to build your own court warrior. NBA Jam 2004 marks the return of the Granddaddy of Basketball!
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  • Electronic Arts Reportedly Preparing NBA Jam Reboot Exclusively For Wii

    UPDATE 4:32 p.m.: EA has declined comment. "We do not comment on speculation or rumor," said a spokesperson. ORIGINAL STORY: You might want to sit down for this one, readers. According to sources speaking to ESPN, Electronic Arts is currently prepping a reboot of the NBA Jam series, exclusively for Wii. Oh, lord. ESPN also claims EA...

    Posted January 4, 2010

    Electronic Arts Reportedly Preparing NBA Jam Reboot Exclusively For Wii

 


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