Basketball Nightmare: 1989 Master System: Sega: Sega: Lakers versus Celtics and the NBA Playoffs: 1989 MS-DOS Genesis 1991: Electronic Arts: Electronic Arts: All-Pro Basketball: 1989 NES: Aicom: Vic Tokai: Omni-Play Basketball (Magic Johnson's MVP) 1989 Amiga Commodore 64 MS-DOS: DesignStar Consultants: SportTime: Ultimate Basketball: 1990 NES: Aicom: American Sammy: Takin' It to the Hoop
When it comes to basketball video games, naturally, our minds automatically go to the 2K franchise, and it’s easy to understand why. 2K has reached wide-scale popularity on a global level and is now synonymous with being the basketball game that represents the NBA. But this wasn’t always the case.
Other than NBA 2K and NCAA College Basketball, the most popular basketball game franchise of the 21st century is NBA Street. The third iteration of the game, released in 2005, earned equal ratings for its PS2 and Xbox consoles. RELATED: 10 Best Comedic Basketball Movies, Including Space Jam
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NBA Live is a series of basketball video games published by EA Sports. The series, which has had releases annually from 1994 to 2009, 2013 to 2015, and 2017–2018, is the successor to EA's previous NBA Playoffs and NBA Showdown series. Beginning in the late 2010’s, NBA Live sales had dropped off compared to their competitors, NBA 2K. Even with WNBA teams being added into NBA Live 18 for the first time in the series, sales continued to decline, with NBA Live 19 being the final confirmed ...
NBA is a series of six basketball video games developed by San Diego Studio and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. The games are licensed by the National Basketball Association, and are one of several different NBA-focused basketball video game series. The games released in the series are NBA, NBA '06, NBA '07, NBA '08, NBA 09: The Inside, and NBA 10: The Inside. It is the successor to the NBA ShootOut series.
Grand Theft Auto is the most successful video game franchise originating from the United Kingdom and is the best-selling action-adventure and open-world series. The most recent entry, Grand Theft Auto V, is the second best-selling video game of all time with over 150 million copies shipped. FIFA. Christmas 1993.
1993's NBA Jam was arguably the first great basketball video game, even though it was more arcade than sports simulation. NBA Jam was initially released as an arcade game, but its success prompted the developers to port the game to the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo so audiences can enjoy it at home.