EDISON, NJ, December 20, 2012 – Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ: COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, announced today that NBA Baller Beats , the first ever motion-based sports video game where you use a REAL ball to develop REAL skills, is now a playable demo on the Xbox LIVE® online entertainment network for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft.
Want to Raise Your Game and test out your ball-handling skills? The free demo gives gamers the option to select between three difficulty settings (Rookie, Pro, and Baller), one of two music tracks (“Catch ‘Em By Surprise” by Tiesto vs. Diplo ft. Busta Rhymes and “Bust a Move” by Young MC), choose their favorite official NBA franchise, and play in either Single or Multiplayer gameplay modes.
Players that download the demo on Xbox LIVE can experience the extensive in-game tutorial hosted by two time NBA champion and Emmy Award-winning TNT NBA analyst Kenny Smith. A basketball is required to play the game or demo, and players can use almost any basketball or other type of ball as long as it is the general size and shape of a basketball. Click here for more information on compatible balls.
NBA Baller Beats , is available now for the new MSRP of $39.99 at all major retailers, and comes packaged with an official NBA game ball replica from Spalding®. In addition, gamers now have the choice to download the full version of NBA Baller Beats through Games on Demand on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace for $29.99; must supply your own basketball which is required to play the game.
The innovative and first of its kind game features a 30-song set list spanning different decades and genres worth of hits with acts such as LMFAO, Kanye West, Wiz Khalifa, Lady Gaga, Rise Against, Young MC and Skrillex (among others), up to 20 skill moves (crossovers, behind-the-back, and between the legs, etc.), and a Multiplayer mode offering head-to-head competition against up to 8 players.
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