|Name: Takin’ It to the Hoop|
|Console||Get TurboGrafx 16|
Takin’ It to the Hoop is a basketball game for the Turbografx-16. It was released in Japan in 1992, and in North America in 1993. The game was developed by Hudson Soft and published by Bandai. The game is a side-scrolling game in which the player controls one of eight characters (five human players and three computer-controlled players) as they attempt to score points against the other team. The game features five levels of difficulty, and allows the player to choose between playing in a single-player mode or a two-player mode. The game was well-received by critics, who praised its graphics and gameplay. It was also commercially successful, selling over one million copies worldwide.
Takin’ It to the Hoop for TurboGrafx 16
Takin’ It to the Hoop is a basketball game for the Turbografx 16. The player controls a team of four players and must try to score as many points as possible against the computer. The game features a variety of different courts and obstacles to try to overcome, as well as a variety of different players to play against..