The developers have stated that there are no plans on allowing customization for individual weapons, that they have not thought about it even though they can and want to do it. They do say that they want to grow the multiplayer side of the game with the new game modes and tweaks to make it more balanced and exciting.
So with a new campaign, new gameplay modes and weapons for up to four players and the one map Skyscraper which is a new addition, well we know for sure that they are going back to the roots of the gameplay but you will have to wait and see what else is in store for the fans of the series. I personally think the game looks awesome and I'm excited to see what kind of game is going to pop up next year.
One of the first NBA Jam games was released for the NES in 1990. It was developed by Acclaim and published by Acclaim Studios and came out on September 4, 1990. The game was published by Acclaim for the Nintendo Entertainment System and was titled NBA Jam. The basketball-themed title was somewhat successful and was a huge hit with the fans of the sport. The gameplay consisted of the player taking control of one of the two players on the floor. The goal of the game was to stop the other team from scoring at least one point with the team that had the ball. The game was a multiplayer only affair, and could be played with up to four players, but it was not designed to play on the Game Boy. The game featured several other modes such as Hotshot, Be a Hooper, Streetball and Practice. The game was a huge success at the time and was probably one of the best selling sports games of all time. It was followed up by a sequel game called NBA Jam: Tournament Edition which was released a year later, on September 4, 1991. The game was developed by EA Sports, published by EA Sports and released on the Nintendo Entertainment System. The tournament edition was not as popular as the first game and only sold about half as much. I do not know why this was the case, but the game was just not as big a success. 827ec27edc