If you grew up in the '90s, you probably played NBA Jam at least once. Originally developed as an arcade game, the basketball classic landed on the likes the NES, Super NES, GameBoy, Sega Saturn, PlayStation, and many other consoles over the years. However, outside of the tablet iterations, it's been a while since we got a full-blown version. Thankfully, with the game celebrating its 25th-anniversary this year, that might be about to change.

The news comes from Tim "he's on fire!" Kitzrow himself, who told ESPN he's involved in the project: "I can't speak anything to the specifics, but I can tell you there is movement in the works to get it done for the 25th year, so I'm hoping that we get a remake that does justice to the original."

The weird part is that Kitzrow is reportedly working with Microsoft while EA still owns the franchise rights, so further details and clarification before the game comes out (hopefully before the end of the year) will probably be provided in due time.