Umm...where'd you get that from? Only amazingly it looks similar to...ThatGuy said:
The first NBA JAM Wii screenshot?
Happy Phantom said:I remember writing a letter to Charles Barkley about him fucking up a free-throw when I was playing this once. An actual letter to him because he messed up the free-throw. It wasn't a game losing throw, and it wasn't a particularly important moment... but we wrote a letter and mailed it off to his estate. Oh to be 19 again (21 now).
Also, Sonic Youth return or bust.
When will it hit newsstands?thomasos said:Hey GAF! Jam is the cover story in our upcoming issue of Nintendo Power, which subscribers should start receiving any day now. I think everyone will be pleased with how the game is shaping up. In the meantime, you can check out our Howard-tastic cover on the website.
EmCeeGramr said:Yeah, it's gone now.
Either that was a placeholder because of an NDA from EA, or this game involves digitized photos of heads floating on 3D bodies. :lol
methodman said:You gotta admit that'd be pretty fuckin hilarious. They take images of every NBA player's face, digitize them for as many different reactions as possible, and use it in game when appropriate.
Did Scottie Pippen's ratings really drop when he played certain teams or was I just the least clutch shooter every time I played Detroit? "It's true, but only when the Bulls played the Pistons," explained Turmell. "If there was a close game and anyone on the Bulls took a last-second shot, we wrote special code in the game so that they would average out to be bricks. There was the big competition back in the day between the Pistons and the Bulls, and since I was always a big Pistons fan, that was my opportunity to level the playing field.
The Bullets are still in Washington.Why would you do that? said:Wow, I just realized... Most of my sports knowledge is from games of the mid-90s. I'm going to get really confused wondering where the Washington Bullets are.
methodman said::lol KG's face...
Well, they have to announce its cancellation somehow.Sadist said:Oftopic:
Hey, I see Sin & Punishment 2. North Americas rejoice.
thomasos said:Hey GAF! Jam is the cover story in our upcoming issue of Nintendo Power, which subscribers should start receiving any day now. I think everyone will be pleased with how the game is shaping up. In the meantime, you can check out our Howard-tastic cover on the website.