“He’s on fucking fire!”
This video is supposedly of an unreleased M-rated proptotype of the Super Nintendo game: NBA Jam.
According to Nintendo Players anonymous source; the announcer of NBA Jam (voiced by Tim Kitzrow) taped the elicit lines above as a joke. Nintendo Player claims the cartridge for this foul fueled gameplay was sent to them anonymously, they even had a picture of the cartridge in their article.
But as with many things in life, this humorous explicitly equipped NBA Jam footage is a sham, and the story a hoax. NBA Jam’s voice artist Tim Kitzrow reached out and commented to Kotaku:
“Looks like the YouTube hacks are at it again,” he said. “I’m still friends with a lot of those folks from Acclaim and Iguana and no one knows who is pulling your chain. A good imitation to be sure, but trust me Jam was too big to have ever messed around like that… though I did get a kick out of it and would like to find out who did the impression so I can use him as a stand in when my voice is shot in a session. Thanks for passing this on to me.”
Alright, so it’s definitely a fake; but what kind of fake is it? See Nintendo Player said the Cartridge was sent to them anonymously, yet now that this myths been busted they took their article down which featured a picture of the cart, and story. (Cached)
Then if you go to the actual video Youtube commenters are noting the higher quality audio frequencies behind the explicit sound effects, suggesting there was absolutely no cart sent to Nintendo Player to begin with.
So to recap, this NBA Jam video is digitally fake, either different sound effects were placed directly over the video, or someone did a rom hack, then recorded some gameplay, and with the whole ‘Someone sent us the cartridge” claim debunked, Nintendo Player can be properly labeled as two-tone overall wearing liars.