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E3 2012: NBA Baller Beats Video Interview

Posted on June 12th, by raymond padilla in Interviews, Today's Specials, Videogames, Videos, Xbox 360. 2 comments

One of my E3 2012 surprises was NBA Baller Beats. This unique music-rhythm game for Xbox 360 Kinect is controlled with a basketball. Some of my colleagues thought it was a clever title, while others thought it was a bit silly. Personally, I love the idea of a DDR-type game controlled with a basketball. Check out the video below to get more info on NBA Baller Beats¬†and see actual people playing it. When you’re done seeing the game in action, please let me know if this is something you’d be interested in playing.


    This wasn't well thought out. Most people have carpet in their living rooms making it impossible to bounce a basketball and those who have hard wood floors won't bounce a basketball on it and mommy won't let the kids bounce a basketball in the house anyway. What kid has room in their bedroom to bounce a basketball even if mommy let them do it?

    • raymond padilla

      The producer mentioned in the interview that the game will work with an inflatable ball if noise is an issue. I can't imagine that feeling good though.