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After seeing how great NFL Fever was on the original Xbox, I decided to purchase other sports video games. I had some high hopes for NBA Inside Drive 2002. Whereas NFL Fever 2002 is approachable by all skillsets, you better be good to play NBA Inside Drive 2002. This basketball game will dominate you on the easiest settings.

I found a few tricks to NBA Inside Drive 2002. Turn off all the fouls, and turn off the streaks. When a player gets hot or cold, NBA Inside Drive 2002 becomes unplayable in terms of fairness. You can watch a lead grow to insane heights. NBA Inside Drive 2002 is extremely heavy on calling fouls on the player, and lets the computer controlled characters get away with murder.

The rap music in NBA Inside Drive 2002 is not to my liking. The announcers repeat the same annoying sound bytes over and over again. They also lacked anything excitement when things got interesting. NBA Inside Drive 2002 is best played with two players.

The camera will not always show who you are supposed to defend. Which is backed up with slow and stiff looking basketball players. The fans in the stands do not look that great either. How did NFL Fever 2002 get so many things right, yet NBA Inside Drive 2002 got so many things wrong?

There are insanely crazy things that happen in NBA Inside Drive 2002. Like a good player missing a couple of dunks in a row. Or a three point shooter making it with someone in his face. Yet he can not make it when he is wide open. The fouls also fit into this category. They make no sense. Just turn them off.

I saw a variety of control and visual glitches in NBA Inside Drive 2002. Players and the ball passing through one another. Players quickly turning back and forth.
- Paul


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 50%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 40%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Xbox
Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios
High Voltage Software
Rating: ‘E’ - Everyone SIX and OLDER ONLY

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