NBA Baller Beats for Kinect XBOX 360 with 29.5 Spaulding Basketball
NBA Baller Beats, exclusive to the Kinect for Xbox 360, is a first of its kind motion-based basketball video game that requires you to use a real basketball to play. The Kinect tracks every move of your body and every bounce of the ball as you dribble to the beat of the soundtrack to progress. Using a real basketball, players time their dribble to the beat and perform a variety of skill moves displayed on-screen to score points, earn achievements and unlock assets and additional gameplay.
- NBA Baller Beats – The first ever full body motion-based NBA video game that lets you perform like a pro using a real basketball.
- NBA Baller Beats will come packaged with an official NBA game ball replica from Spalding.
- Bounce the ball to the beat of 30 licensed tracks that span across decades and genres including hip-hop, rock and old school classics.
- From novice to pro, every baller can raise their game with three difficulty levels available on every song: Rookie, Pro, and Baller.
- The game challenges players to master ball-handling skills by dribbling and performing moves including crossovers, pump fakes, flow dribble and more.
- Train alongside your favorite NBA franchise unlocking songs, difficulty levels, environment accessories, over 100 posters and Panini’s 2012 NBA HOOPS trading cards that showcase NBA players’ greatest moves.
- Master different baller moves and increase your stamina in single player mode, break it down and practice different skills in Move School mode or show-off in multiplayer mode and go head-to-head against up to 8 players – the highest score wins bragging rights.
- Show-off your baller skills as the Kinect camera takes pictures that you can upload and share on Facebook.
- To maximize your performance, visit the extensive in-game tutorial where two-time NBA champion and Emmy Award-winning TNT NBA analyst Kenny Smith dishes tips for success.
- Works on most surfaces including carpets.
- ESRB Rating: EVERYONE 10+ with Mild Lyrics