Welcome to Stiq Figures, where the sales data is after the break and the posts don't matter. Every week, we take a look at, uh, something – meanwhile, the previous week's Japanese hardware sales figures are posted after the jump, and a discussion of said figures takes place in our comments. It may not be conventional, but it's a time-honored Joystiq tradition.
That is, Pippen's usually excellent three-point ability. NBA Jam creator Mark Turmell admitted in a 2008 interview with ESPN: The Gamer that Pippen's tendency to win close games was tuned down in certain circumstances. Specifically, when any Bulls player attempts a glorious last-second shot against Turmell's favorite team, the Detroit Pistons, a special piece of code in the game would average the shots out to be bricks.
Turmell said, "There was the big competition back in the day between the Pistons and the Bulls, and since I was always a big Pistons fan, that was my opportunity to level the playing field." This is one case where any close loss against a friend can be reasonably blamed on the game.
3DS: 45,752 [DOWN] 673 (1.45%)
PS3: 12,026 [DOWN] 970 (7.46%)
PSP: 10,652 [DOWN] 1,595 (13.02%)
Vita: 6,347 [UP] 7 (0.11%)
Wii: 5,956 [DOWN] 117 (1.93%)
PS2: 1,166 [DOWN] 46 (3.80%)
Xbox 360: 825 [DOWN] 198 (19.35%)
Dsi LL: 683 [DOWN] 136 (16.61%)
DSi: 425 [UP] 38 (9.82%)