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NBA Jam Tournament Edition (PlayStation)

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Title Screen

NBA Jam Tournament Edition

Developer: Iguana Entertainment
Publisher: Acclaim Entertainment
Platform: PlayStation
Released in JP: 1995
Released in US: 1996
Released in EU: 1996


CharacterIcon.png This game has unused playable characters.
GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.


Hello! Welcome to NBA Jam! The first basketball game released for the system.

Unused Secret Players

Hmmm...
To do:
find out who Kita is

An interesting bunch not seen in the other versions. They lack secret codes to be used. These GameShark codes will load said player after entering the 'Catling' code.

Catling: While holding L1+R1, enter the following initials and date: CAT January 2.

Andy Wright

NBA JAM TE PSX WRIGHT1.png

Andy Wright is credited in this game as a graphic artist.

US
D01EE324 AE38
801EE324 AE6C

Kita

NBA JAM TE PSX KITA1.png

US
D01EE324 AE38
801EE324 B248

Sprite Boy

NBA JAM TE PSX SPRITE BOY1.png

Sprite Boy appears to be Darrin Stubbington, co-founder of Iguana Entertainment.

US
D01EE324 AE38
801EE324 B318


(Source: Hacc)

Unused Player Graphics

B.J. Armstrong's in-game head
The in-game head of Gerald Wilkins
The in-game head of Monty Williams
James Worthy's in-game head
B.J. Armstrong's portraitThe portrait of Gerald WilkinsThe portrait of Monty WilliamsJames Worthy's portrait

The head sprites of four removed NBA players--B.J. Armstrong, Gerald Wilkins, Monty Williams, and James Worthy--can be found at 50000, 68000, 10C000, and 12C000 respectively in the file PIN.BIN. Additionally, Rob Northen-compressed portraits of the same players can be found at 28266, 2B6D9, 41B11, and 461CC in PRESQUAT.GFX. Armstrong was replaced by Ron Harper due to being traded from the Chicago Bulls to the Golden State Warriors in 1995. Gerald Wilkins was injured for the duration of the 1994-95 season, though this didn't stop his inactive teammate Brad Daugherty from appearing in the Cleveland Cavaliers' roster. The New York Knicks have a full 5-player roster without Williams. Worthy retired from the league in 1994, well before the release of this game.


(Source: Mattrizzle)