NCAA Final Four Basketball

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NCAA Final Four Basketball
Producer(s)Jim Molitor
Designer(s)Bob Bayse
Programmer(s)Franz Lanzinger
David O'Riva
Eric Ginner
Matthew Hamre
Jim Stevens
Artist(s)Greg Hancock
Composer(s)Jerry Gerber
Platform(s)Sega Genesis, SNES

NCAA Final Four Basketball is a video game developed by Bitmasters and published by Mindscape for the Sega Genesis and SNES.


NCAA Final Four Basketball is a game which makes use of the top 64 college basketball teams as well as their official team logos.[1] The player can take control of all five players on the team. The game offers two different practice modes in addition to the main game.


Next Generation reviewed the SNES version of the game, rating it two stars out of five, and stated that "It's pretty looking, but dull."[1]



  1. ^ a b "Finals". Next Generation. No. 7. Imagine Media. July 1995. pp. 78–79.