If you want basketball realism, then you need look no further than the two basketball games that have released this year – NBA Live 18 and NBA 2K18. Both are leading the way with cutting edge technology and features, as they battle it out for your heart and money. But back in 1994 the basketball scene was a little different, but with the release of ACA NEOGEO Street Hoop, you too can get to experience it.

Available right now on Xbox One, Street Hoop is the latest NEOGEO title to be ported over to Xbox One. First released by Data East back in 1994, it allows you to pick from a number of competing nations as you attempt to pull off the shots needed to become the world’s best.

Super flashy dunks will be par for the course, and with a chargeable power meter and a wide range of different techniques, Street Hoop will deliver the best street basketball experience from the ’90s.

As has been the way with all the NEOGEO ports over the last year or so, Street Hoop comes with varied difficulty settings and the chance to see your name up in lights thanks to the worldwide leaderboards. If you’re done with being the ONE in NBA Live 18 and are slowly tiring of the realism of NBA 2K18, then Street Hoop may well be a viable alternative.

Just head on over to the Microsoft Store and nab it for £6.39.

Game Description:

STREET HOOP is a street basketball game released by Data East in 1994. Pick a team from the 10 competing countries and aim to be the world’s best. In addition to a variety of techniques, power can be charged and released for flashy super dunk shots, making for exhilarating street basketball. The “ACA NEOGEO” series has faithfully reproduced many classic NEOGEO masterpieces. Players can change various game settings such as game difficulty, and also reproduce the atmosphere of arcade display settings at that time. Players can also compete against each other from all over the world with their high scores. Please enjoy the masterpiece that built a generation for video games.


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