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With NFL Street 3 you can play your style of football both on the ground and in the air in this newest iteration of the popular NFL Street franchise. Show off your style and boost your score by performing stunning aerial moves, jumping into the air and collecting special items and game modifiers that hover above the playing field. You will also have the ability to control your Gamebreaker and pull off new Power moves that are available to both the offense and the defense.
NFL Tour is an arcade football video game. It was released on January 8, 2008. It was developed under the EA Sports BIG division of EA Sports, which is also responsible for such titles as SSX, NBA Street, NFL Street, and the FIFA Street games. The game could be considered a successor to the NFL Street franchise, but it was converted to the new hardware (PS3 / Xbox 360). Trey Wingo from ESPN is the game's voice announcer.
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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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ESPN NFL 2K5 is an American football video game developed by Visual Concepts and published by 2K Sports and the Sega Corporation. It is the sixth installment of the NFL 2K series. The game was originally released on July 20, 2004, for both the PlayStation 2 and Xbox video game consoles. This is the final game in the ESPN NFL 2K series.
NFL 2K is an American football video game series developed by Visual Concepts and published by Sega. 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.
Sensible World of Soccer was designed and developed by Sensible Software as the 1994 sequel to their 1992 hit game Sensible Soccer which combined a 2D football game with a comprehensive manager mode. All the players in all of the teams from all of the professional leagues in the world from that time are included, as well as all of the national and international competitions for all club and national teams around the world. Altogether there are over 1,500 teams and 27,000 players included in the game. Although the gameplay is very simple (just eight directions and one fire button needed) a large variety of context sensitive actions can be performed easily without any predefined keys.
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The mega-popular arcade-style Blitz football series returns with NFL Bliz: Pro for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and GameCube. For the first time in the series' long-running history Blitz will feature a slew of realistic NFL elements mixed with the fast-paced and action-centered gameplay that fans have come to know and love. New 11-on-11 gameplay takes the action to the pro-level; making it possible to include every player, team and position. An extensive new ten-season Franchise Mode allows gamers to experience player trading and drafting, and improved graphics and animations take advantage of motion-capture technology; making those bone-crunching hits painfully realistic.
NFL GAMEDAY '98 is loaded with features like Preseason, Season, and Training Camp modes. You can also choose to play as a skill player, like wide receiver or fullback. And when you consider that you also get a play editor, a create-a-player feature, over 100 touchdown dances, and accurate player attributes, you'll realize why the GAMEDAY series is one of the best around. You can also take on your friends (up to eight with the multitap) in the Versus mode.
Description of NFL Head Coach 09
EA's football coach simulator heads back to the gridiron in NFL Head Coach 09. With gameplay more akin to European-style "Soccer Manager" games than the Madden NFL franchise from which it spawned, the original NFL Head Coach generally received lukewarm reviews from critics. But after a one-year hiatus -- during which it presumably did a little TV and work spent some quality time with the family -- the franchise returns with a new focus on depth and realism. Once again the coach's livelihood depends on his approval rating, and everything gamers do, from win/loss record, to going for it on fourth down, to choosing whether to yell at the QB after a bad interception, will affect approval rating.
Key personnel decisions have been given an added sense of urgency with the new Live Event feature, which puts all trade, free agency, coaching, and contract negotiations up against a running timer. As in real life, the draft is the centerpiece of the NFL offseason, and gamers can prepare by scouting players in college all-star games, at the NFL combine, and during pro-day and individual workouts. Meanwhile, players can get running commentary on the lives and college careers of more than 20,000 unique draft prospects from NFL Network personality Adam Schefter. Other additions intended to increase realism include: Non-drafted free agent rookies, 75-man preseason rosters, trades involving future draft picks, a new wear and tear injury system, and 300 new sideline animations.
NFL Head Coach 09's online features allow gamers to upload created plays and download, rate, or view any play available. Two players can also go head-to-head in a quick test of coaching acumen. Offline, gamers can adjust their plays in the middle of a game and save the new formations, or create entire playbooks using the coach clipboard user interface. All created plays can then be exported and used in Madden NFL 09. ~ Christopher Brown, All Game Guide
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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.
NFL 2K is an American football video game series developed by Visual Concepts and published by Sega. 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.
This is the first installment in the NFL GAMEDAY series, and it has all the players, teams, stadiums, stats, and injuries that you see in the real NFL in fact, this game is so realistic it could even fool the most diehard fans into thinking they're watching a game on TV, not playing one. There is a wide variety of offensive and defensive moves you can use to make things easier, including dives, spins, hurdles, jukes, and stiff arms on offense; and dives, jumps, forearm bashes, and swim moves on defense. Basically, if you've seen it done in the real NFL, then chances are you'll see it in NFL GAMEDAY. Things like long snap counts, men in motion, and defensive stunts can all be found in the game, giving you an NFL experience like no other. You can also take on a friend in versus mode, and see who is the king of the gridiron.
The #1 football game on N64 just got a whole lot better! All 31 NFL teams, 3D rendered stadiums and over 1,500 players. Authentic team playbooks like the 49ers West Coast Defense and Steelers Ground Attack. All-new artificial intelligence developed by New York Jets offensive coordinator Charlie Weis. 250 all-new motion captured animations. Award-winning hi-rez graphics. Create your own players, coaches, teams, uniforms and playbooks!