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PostPosted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 3:43 pm 
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I've got a question: When you play NES basketball games that include a complete field and five characters per team, like "Double Dribble", "Tecmo NBA Basketball" and "Ultimate Basketball", how do you manage to keep track of everything?

I have problems to even know which character I'm supposed to control since this seems to change every few seconds. And unlike most soccer games where you usually just have a few characters on the screen at the same time, these basketball games constantly have all or almost all characters on the screen at once.

So, is there any tactic? Because I have huge problems when trying these games, especially when I'm in the defense. (Which is almost always.)

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Do the characters not look any different in any of these games? If so, that seems a bit like sloppy design. (I guess they didn't want to waste 1 of the 4 palettes available though or use any extra tiles for different characters...)


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