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The highest rated* annual sports title of this generation returns with NBA 2K18, featuring unparalleled authenticity and improvements on the court.

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For the first time ever in FIFA, live your story on and off the pitch as the Premier League’s next rising star, Alex Hunter. Play on any club in the Premier league, for authentic managers and alongside some of the best players on the planet. Experience brand new worlds in FIFA 17, all while navigating your way through the emotional highs and lows of The Journey.

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Madden NFL 18 takes a significant visual leap with the power of the Frostbite engine. See stunning new stadium exteriors surrounded by vast cityscapes and watch the spectacle of NFL gameday come to life in the most photorealistic game to date. Play each matchup to your specifications by selecting from three new Play Styles or play the best real world match ups each week in Play Now Live! With the introduction of even more ways to play, coupled with your favorite modes, Madden Ultimate Team and Franchise, this is Madden like you’ve never seen before.

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A hockey game released in Sweden in late 1995. The gameplay is based on the NHL games but it's starring the teams and players from the swedish hockey league Elitserien.

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Pro Quarterback is a Sports game, developed and published by Tradewest, which was released in 1992.

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This game is the next-gen update of NFL Quarterback Club.

Every team from the 1996 NFL season is shown here, with real player numbers and stats. 32 offensive plays and 16 defensive plays are available as you play. Options include setting quarter lengths, from one to 15 minutes, and selecting your mode of play: Preseason, Playoffs, or a full Season, in which you play 18 games towards the goal of the Super Bowl.

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NFL Sports Talk Football '93 Starring Joe Montana is the sequel to Joe Montana II Sports Talk Football, released by Sega for the Sega Mega Drive in 1992. It was followed by NFL Football '94 Starring Joe Montana.

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John Madden and the NFL team up to create a new version of John Madden Football, designed specifically for the 3DO Interactive Multiplayer. You get the proven gameplay of the best selling 16-bit football game of all time, all new digitized graphics, CD quality sound and over 100 authentic video highlights from NFL Films. So, suit up and experience the only game that delivers real NFL action!

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It's fourth and long with less than a minute remaining in the game. The winner gets a wild card berth in the playoffs. You're down by a field goal. Your quarterback makes a perfect pass, your receiver is wide open, and then you see the referee's arms fly up signaling the touchdown. You're going to the playoffs.

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ABC Sports and Data East team up to take you to the gridiron! Strap on your helmet, put that black stuff under your eyes and prepare yourself for football, Frank Gifford style! Features AFB voice synthesis technology.

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NFL 2K is an American football video game series developed by Visual Concepts and published by Sega.[1] Based on the National Football League, the series was originally exclusive to Sega's Dreamcast video game console. As the foremost "2K" title, it marked the beginning of a running athletics series that eventually led to the spinning off of 2K's sports publishing business under the name of 2K Sports.

Upon the Dreamcast's discontinuation, the series continued to be published for other sixth generation game systems and became the chief competitor of EA Sports's Madden NFL series. However, after the competitively priced NFL 2K5 significantly reduced sales of that year's Madden release, EA signed an exclusivity deal with the NFL that made Madden NFL the only series allowed to use NFL team and player names.

After losing the NFL license, Visual Concepts made a brief return to developing football games with the release of All-Pro Football 2K8, which featured former NFL players.

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NFL 2K2 is a complete football simulation, giving you a variety of ways to play. You can compete in a single exhibition game, start up a franchise, or move directly to the playoffs.

NFL 2K2 uses a TV-style presentation, featuring telestration, action replays, sideline animations, stadium lighting and a director feature that zooms in on the play.

Included in NFL 2K2 are all the teams and plays from the 2001-2002 season, including stadiums and uniforms.

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NFL 2K is an American football video game series developed by Visual Concepts and published by Sega.[1] Based on the National Football League, the series was originally exclusive to Sega's Dreamcast video game console. As the foremost "2K" title, it marked the beginning of a running athletics series that eventually led to the spinning off of 2K's sports publishing business under the name of 2K Sports.

Upon the Dreamcast's discontinuation, the series continued to be published for other sixth generation game systems and became the chief competitor of EA Sports's Madden NFL series. However, after the competitively priced NFL 2K5 significantly reduced sales of that year's Madden release, EA signed an exclusivity deal with the NFL that made Madden NFL the only series allowed to use NFL team and player names.

After losing the NFL license, Visual Concepts made a brief return to developing football games with the release of All-Pro Football 2K8, which featured former NFL players.

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NFL 2K is an American football video game series developed by Visual Concepts and published by Sega.[1] The series was originally exclusive to Sega's Dreamcast video game console due to the absence of EA Sports's Madden NFL series on the system. As the foremost "2K" title, it marked the beginning of a running athletics series that eventually led to the spinning off of 2K's sports publishing business under the name of 2K Sports. Upon the Dreamcast's discontinuation, the series continued to be published for other sixth generation game systems and became the chief competitor of the Madden series.

After the competitively priced NFL 2K5 significantly reduced sales of that year's Madden release, EA signed an exclusivity deal with the NFL that made Madden NFL the only series allowed to use NFL team and player names. After losing the NFL license, Visual Concepts made a brief return to developing football games with the release of All-Pro Football 2K8, which featured former NFL players on fictional teams.

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So real it … sweats! Strap on your helmet and get ready for a pro football simulation that looks exactly like a Sunday network broadcast. TV Sports: Football features amazing graphics and animation; real arcade action on offense and defense; individual and team statistics; and a 28 team, 16 game schedule with post season playoffs!

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