Rap Jam: Volume One

Longplay Information

System: Super Nintendo / Super Famicom
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Additional Info: No information available
Publication Date: 19/11/2017
YouTube Release: 05/05/2021
Duration: 01:31:42
File Size: 316.40 MB (323993.73 KB)
Downloads: 227 downloads
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Player's Review

Rap Jam: Volume One is a basketball video game for the SNES in which the characters are real rap and hip-hop artists. The game is played on an urban basketball court, with rough play and no foul calls. There is an exhibition mode and a tournament mode.

The game was developed by 64WD Corporation and published by Motown Games in 1995. Despite the Volume One moniker, this was the only installment released.

This game is really ghetto, in a bad way. There are only two music themes for the entire game, and none of them play during matches. There essentially are only three different characters, although you can choose from many of their palette swaps. The sound effects are good, but there are only a handful of them and they start feeling repetitive quickly. There is a considerable input delay as well.