Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball is a futuristic basketball video game released by Hudson Soft for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1991. It was initially released in Europe under the name Future Basketball for the Amiga and Atari ST home computers in 1990. It was the first basketball game released for the SNES.
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I bet you already knew that Laimbeer was a physical player, however, I bet you didn’t know that his physical play translated into a November 1991 video game titled Bill Laimbeer’s Combat Basketball (BLCB) released on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) by Hudson Soft. [2.
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Bill Laimbeer’s Combat Basketball is a futuristic basketball video game released in 1991 by Hudson Soft for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. It was initially released in Europe under the name Future Basketball for the Amiga and Atari ST home computers in 1990.
I rented it… and Bill Laimbeer’s Combat Basketball gained the very prestigious honor of being the first ever new game that I inserted into my fresh Super Nintendo foregoing MUCH more impressive (and available) titles like Final Fight and Gradius III .
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Laimbeer's reputation as one of the Pistons' "Bad Boys" was such that in 1991 he even came to endorse a video game for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System called Bill Laimbeer's Combat Basketball, a futuristic basketball game in which physical play is encouraged.
Bill Laimbeer was a player for the Detroit Pistons in the '80s who made a name for himself by being overly physical on the court. Laimbeer's thuggery was reviled by basketball fans, but resulted in one of the greatest premises for a video game ever slapped together in what I can only assume was the eleventh hour.