NBA Baller Beats is an intriguing game. The first ever motion-based sports game where you use a real ball to develop your basketball skills sure turned the eyes of many, but the concept seemed a bit weird, to say the least. Perhaps you've been interested, but didn't want to fork over the $39.99 to give it a chance?
Well, now you don't have to. Majesco announced today thata playable demo of NBA Baller Beats is now available on Xbox LIVE for the Xbox 360. The free demo gives you the option to select between three difficulty settings (Rookie, Pro, and Baller), one of two music tracks (“Catch ‘Em By Surprise” by Tiesto vs. Diplo ft. Busta Rhymes and “Bust a Move” by Young MC), and play in either Single or Multiplayer gameplay modes.
The game does require a basketball to play and since this is the demo, you won't get the one that's already included in the retail version; therefore, you'll need to already have one of the compatible balls. Don't worry, Majesco says almost any basketball or other type of ball will work fine as long as it is the general size and shape of a basketball.