10 Worst Basketball Video Games Ever Made
NBA licenses in basketball games weren’t as common back in the day, but even having one didn’t guarantee the game would be fun. NBA All-Star Challenge (SNES, 1992) had five modes, none of which were particularly enjoyable. There was a Free Throw mode where you stand there, and shoot free throws. No competition, skill, intensity or enjoyment. Aside from the one on one’s and tournament, there is a “HORSE” mode. This mode wasn’t really ‘Horse’ anyway. You merely shoot shots from a red circle and gain letters when you miss. The game uses NBA names, teams and player designs, but for a 90’s game they weren’t anything special. The gameplay, made for Nintendo was purely horrendous and merely impossible to make sense of.