'NBA Jam' Designer Reveals Game Was Programmed to Screw the Bulls

29 June 2020 03:42
The Chicago Bulls-Detroit Pistons rivalry ran deep in the early 1990s. The Pistons had dispatched Michael Jordan and the Bulls in three straight playoff series until 1991, when the Bulls finally defeated the Pistons en route to their first NBA title. When developing NBA Jam in the early 90s, lead designer Mark Turmell snuck in a easter egg for the rivalry. In an interview with Ars Technica, Turmell, a Detroit Pistons fan, added in an edge for the "Bad Boys" in NBA Jam. As many fans long.

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