NBA JAM On Fire Edition: Setting the hardwood on fire with these screens

Posted By | On 07th, Oct. 2011

Check out some brand new screens from NBA JAM On Fire Edition.

Electronic Arts announced today that NBA JAM: On Fire Edition is now available to purchase for £12.99 on PlayStation Network and 1200 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE Arcade.

NBA JAM: On Fire Edition features exciting new gameplay enhancements, including ground-breaking artificial intelligence (AI), all-new online modes, and the legendary Tim Kitzrow bringing more unforgettable calls.


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