So What's the Difference Between NBA Jam Pre/Post NBA Elite 11 Cancellation?
Written Monday, November 15, 2010 By Dan WebbView author's profile
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words, so is a picture with a couple of hundred words on it worth two thousand? You be the judge of that, as EA Sports has revealed what will make up the new standalone retail version of NBA Jam, looking to dispel the fears that you're paying £30/$50 for the original version that would have cost 1,200 Microsoft Points/$15.
As you can tell by the image below, the new version of NBA Jam will include the Remix Tour and 6 Remix Mode Games, the Remix 2 on 2 (with power-ups), the Remix multiplayer, Remix online, local online Team Up play, Jam Online Party, deep online progression with secret challenges and exclusive rewards, and friend & global leaderboards.
The latter 5, according to EA, will be included in a free title update that will be available on both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions "soon after November 17th release date."
Is all that enough for you to pay for the NBA Jam retail version? Or are you still feeling bitter over EA Sport's move to delay (and subsequently cancel) NBA Elite 11 and ship NBA Jam separately for a bigger price?