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ESPN NFL 2K5 Latest News - PS2

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: Visual Concepts
  • Release Date:Jul 23, 2004
  • # of Players:2 players
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description:Sega raises the roof with ESPN NFL 2K5! Awesome gameplay and graphics, including bone-crunching tackle controls, offensive attacks, an innovative first-person player mode, and fantasy franchise features, make ESPN NFL 2K5 a contender for hottest football title of 2004. Robust online capabilities raise the stakes with online play, real-time stats and buddy lists. Fast, intense and intuitive football action will thrill fans, while The Crib mode allows players to live the lifestyle of a pro football star. You can even rip your own music to create the perfect custom soundtrack for your games! ESPN presentation style features Chris Berman and Suzy Kolber.
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  • EA Accused Of Overcharging Gamers Up To $926 Million For Madden Games

    For the sake of full disclosure, you should know that I was a huge fan of Take Two Interactive’s ESPN NFL Football and ESPN NFL 2K5. I just found them so much more enjoyable and fluid than the Madden games Electronic Arts was churning out at that time, and I honestly couldn’t wait to see where the franchise would go in the future....

    Posted July 15, 2009

    EA Accused Of Overcharging Gamers Up To $926 Million For Madden Games

 


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