Title(s): David Robinson's Supreme Court
Console(s): Sega Genesis
Released in 1991 for the Sega Genesis, David Robinson's Supreme Court has been mostly forgotten for a couple different reasons. Firstly, it didn't have a licensing agreement with the NBA. As a result, the four teams in the game were fictional, and featured no player names or actual team logos. Secondly, Robinson's star status waned considerably after his playing career ended. As we all know, Robinson was a great player and is a great human being and would probably play mahjongg with your grandmother if she asked him, but he was never a superstar in the same way that guys like Magic Johnson, Charles Barkely, or Shaquille O'Neal were.
Still, though, upon its release, Supreme Court was a complete and enjoyable experience for sports gamers, offering a full-court basketball package that few other titles could compete with.