Archive for the ‘Other Basketball Games’ Category
  • Sign-ups open for 3on3 Freestyle beta
    Posted September 26th, 2016 at 9:00 am 4 Comments »
    The first ever console title from publisher/developer JoyCity is now accepting sign-ups for a closed beta. Registration can be completed through the official website for 3on3 Freestyle. Features for the online-based game include character management and progression, online co-op in 3-vs-3 matches, local co-op for those online matches, and 1-vs-1 online or against CPU. 3on3 Freestyle is an arcade free-to-play basketball game exclusive to PlayStation 4 and is a sequel to the PC game Free...
  • 3on3 Freestyle now slated for end of summer release
    Posted July 28th, 2016 at 5:00 pm No Comments »
    It has been an interesting journey for publisher JoyCity in taking the street basketball Freestyle series from PC to console. 3on3 Freestyle, coming only to the PlayStation 4, was supposed to release in May but it took until the very last day of that month for the company to announce a delay. The plan then became about a "beta" for the summer. The first update since then has now been made on what is happening with the unlicensed game. 3on3 Freestyle will release "at the end of the summer...
  • 3on3 FreeStyle release pushed back and now framed as a beta for this summer
    Posted May 31st, 2016 at 10:45 am 2 Comments »
    With very little fanfare or promotion the launch of 3on3 FreeStyle on PlayStation 4 had been advertised by publisher JoyCity to happen at some point in May. Up until yesterday the official website for the game continued to advertise its release for the month despite how that clearly wasn't going to end up happening. Today however a new plan for the game was revealed. The unlicensed multiplayer street basketball game has been delayed and will be coming at some as-of-yet unspecified point ...
  • New Xbox One Experience is live; NBA Jam OFE now playable on the system
    Posted November 12th, 2015 at 12:15 pm 2 Comments »
    On Monday Microsoft revealed the list of backwards compatible 360 titles for Xbox One. As expected there was very little representation from the sports genre with only NBA Jam: On Fire Edition included. Today the backwards compatibility has been activated along with the significant "New Xbox One Experience" console update. Other features introduced with the update include a new home screen, guide, community section and store, plus avatars, the ability to remap buttons on the controller, ...
  • NBA Jam: On Fire Edition is only backwards compatible sports game on Xbox One
    Posted November 9th, 2015 at 9:00 am 26 Comments »
    Today Microsoft revealed the initial list of games receiving backwards compatibility on Xbox One when the functionality launches for the system on Thursday. As expected the sports gaming genre has little representation with only one game in the mix. NBA Jam: On Fire Edition will be available with the first batch of games. Originally released November 2011, OFE was a $15 downloadable-only title. It was fairly well received, with 85/81 on Metacritic, but also followed only a year after the...
  • Mobile Game NBA All Net Available Now
    Posted November 13th, 2014 at 9:00 am No Comments »
    A new free-to-play mobile game arrived today carrying with it the NBA license. NBA All Net is card-based which has become the popular route for many mobile offerings to take as of late. Players can take part in various games where they can relive historic career highlights of NBA players, survive the Road to Glory, battle their way through tournaments, take part in competitive leagues or compete in Ranked Matches and rise to the top of seasonal Leaderboards. ♦A roster of over 500 NBA pla...
  • EA Sports Hopes To Make College Football and Basketball Games in the Future
    Posted June 19th, 2014 at 5:15 pm 24 Comments »
    In testimony earlier this week in the Ed O'Bannon case vs the NCAA, an Electronic Arts representative expressed the desire the company has to develop college-based video games in the future. Joel Linzner, EVP of Business & Legal, stated EA would be "very interested in acquiring the rights" of players to use in the games. Of course this would require the NCAA to remove most if not all restrictions on the "amateur" status of athletes which is what the class action suit is attempting to...
  • EA Sports Teasing Another NBA Jam
    Posted February 12th, 2014 at 9:30 am 10 Comments »
    A tweet today from the the EA Sports NBA Jam account suggests that a new game is in development and could release later this year. The account had been dormant for almost two years until it awoke on Sunday. Remember that last year EA was play-testing what was said to be a new concept for an NBA game so this could be it. (more…)...
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