I can't remember the title of a specific basketball game I played only once, yet it's still my favorite. I'm trying to find it so I can buy it but I dont remember the title.
It was unique in that when you had simulation mode on, it played like a simulation, but when you had arcade mode on, it didn't just take all the rules off. You could get on fire, a hot spot would appear randomly on the court and it was guarenteed to go in but it was open only for a limited time, and if you missed repeatedly, it had an ice cold feature, which was sort of like on fire(where the ball would be on fire when you shot) but instead there would be a trail of ice coming from the ball.
I think I played it on my Sega Dreamcast, but now I'm not so sure, seeing as I've gone through entire lists of nearly every Dreamcast game I could find and still haven't spotted it.
You get to play one-on-one with michael jordan, and the arcade mode is totally sick. the ball is blue and leaves a trail of ice when you miss alot, it turns on fire when you are hot, and random hotspots appear where you can't miss from (even full court shots) and a few other arcade-mode-only animations. theres also a 3-point shootout mode.
I...um..temporarily procured it form the internet while it ships from Amazon.com, woot!
the reason i bought it when i already have it is because playing basketball games on a keyboard really pisses me off. i need a controller.