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I take issue with a few things when it comes to the gameplay, one being the angle of the shot and two being the arbitrariness of the stealing. It feels like the game will commit steals from you and let you steal it whenever it feels like it. I'm sure there's a trick to it, but I can't seem to get it down. It feels so arbitrary. Another thing is, is that DRSC just isn't that fun. Unless you play with a short quarter length, it can go on and on and on. I frequently get bored by the end of the first period, and the game is kind of tough to boot. I don't know. I've played worse titles, but this one isn't anything to go out to your shop and spend more than two bucks on. If you don't remember this one, there's a good reason. But, hey, it's not all bad. There's a reason this game is forgotten about in discussion circles.
The Video Game Critic
The action is fast and the dunks look great, but jump shots and passes have little or no arc to them. The controls are fine for the most part, but making three point or foul shots is ridiculously hard. Blocking is nearly impossible on defense, but stealing is effective. The audio isn't bad; you can hear sneakers squeak, and the background music is kind of funky. It's not great, but Supreme Court was definitely a step in the right direction.