A blog entry on the ESPN site says that EA has acquired the rights to make a new NBA Jam game, exclusively for the Nintendo Wii platform.
For those too young to remember, NBA Jam was a 2v2 basketball game first developed by Midway in 1993. An arcade-style game at heart, it featured exaggerated gameplay mechanics and effects for slam dunks, e.g. flames - resulting in the commentator shouting "He's on fire!".
NBA Jam was a huge hit back in the day and spawned many sequels, can a Wii version achieve the same success?
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