Arch Rivals is a basketball arcade game created by Midway in 1989. It was one of the first sports games to gain popularity among its players. The game billed itself as a "Basket Brawl." ...more on Wikipedia about "Arch Rivals"
Double Dribble for the Nintendo Entertainment System was based on Konami's 1986 arcade game titled Double Dribble - The Ultimate Basketball Game. The NES version features 5-on-5 action on a horizontally scrolling court, four different teams ( Boston, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles), three levels of single-play difficulty, and four different choices of quarter lengths. Double Dribble was among the first games to feature cut-scenes, which depicted a mid-air player completing a slam-dunk, and one of the first to use speech, though in a limited quantity (such as annoucing the game title and the game's beginning jump ball). ...more on Wikipedia about "Double Dribble (video game)"
NBA 2K is a basketball game series that was initially exclusive for the Sega Dreamcast. NBA 2K was Sega's first foray into the basketball game market since the Genesis' heyday; it was also the first title to legitimately challenge EA Sports' NBA Live series for console hoops supremacy. The graphics, animation, sound, and 3D arena-environment in 2K are generally considered far beyond anything gamers had ever seen in a basketball simulation at present. ...more on Wikipedia about "NBA 2K"
NBA Jam is a basketball arcade game created by Midway in 1993. Many critics claim that the release of NBA Jam gave rise to a new genre of sports games, which were based around action-packed, unrealistic gameplay. ...more on Wikipedia about "NBA Jam"
The NBA Live series of basketball games, published by EA Sports, is currently one of the leading National Basketball Association simulations on the market. Its main (and only major) competitor is Sega's NBA 2K series. ...more on Wikipedia about "NBA Live series"
NBA ShootOut is a series of video games that recreate play in the NBA. it was first released in 1999, and it is produced for various game consoles by 989 Sports. ...more on Wikipedia about "NBA ShootOut"
NBA Showtime is a basketball video game created by Midway. A descendant of NBA Jam, Showtime is modeled after the NBA presentations on NBC. ...more on Wikipedia about "NBA Showtime NBA on NBC"
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The NCAA March Madness series is the main NCAA basketball series published by EA Sports, only on the two next-gen consoles ( PS2 and Xbox) as of 2004. ...more on Wikipedia about "NCAA March Madness series"
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