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NBA Street Homecourt


Release Date: 22-Feb-2007

Developed By: EA Canada

Published By: Electronic Arts

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You will Stalk the courts the legends stalked and rock the rims the legends rocked - before they were legends - as you take to the proving grounds of NBA stars. Carve out a legend of your own by defending your homecourt against the best players in the NBA, all rendered with life-like accuracy, both in looks and game. A revolutionary new Trick Remixer lets you invent show-stopping freestyle moves on the fly as you shake, juke, and jump. You'll also paralyze defenders with a new ball-control system, vie for supremacy in Gamebreaker battles, and more.

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* Use the ball control system to blow past defenders & rattle the rim with high flying jump-off dunks
* New Gamebreaker battles and the Trick Remixer allows you to shake, juke, and leap past anyone
* Xbox Live Allows Play with Gamers Around the World Compatibile
* Game Genre: Sports; Game Sub-Genre: Basketball

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