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NBA ShootOut (Total NBA in Europe) is a series of basketball video games based on the NBA and released for the PlayStation and PlayStation 2. The first two entries, released in 1996 and 1997, were developed by Sony Computer Entertainment's British in-house development team. Later entries were developed by 989 Sports, including NBA ShootOut 2000, the only game in the series to be released for Microsoft Windows.
In the games, players can choose an existing NBA franchise and play exhibition or regular season games, as well as create their own players to include in regular season team rosters. Charles Barkley, Shaquille O'Neal and Michael Jordan were represented in the game with other names (Forward, Center and Guard respectively).
NBA ShootOut 99 for the PlayStation was cancelled by 989 Sports due to lack of quality.
|Title||Release date||Console(s)||Cover athlete|
|NBA ShootOut||March 28, 1996||PlayStation||Sam Cassell|
|NBA ShootOut '97||March 14, 1997||Eddie Jones|
|NBA ShootOut 98||February 28, 1998||Hakeem Olajuwon|
|NBA ShootOut 2000||November 30, 1999||PlayStation, Windows||Jason Kidd|
|NBA ShootOut 2001||October 17, 2000||PlayStation, PlayStation 2||Chris Webber|
|NBA ShootOut 2002||September 1, 2001||Stephon Marbury|
|NBA ShootOut 2003||September 24, 2002||Ray Allen|
|NBA ShootOut 2004||September 23, 2003||Tracy McGrady|
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