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Tecmo Bowl [Virtual Console]
  • Publisher: Tecmo
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: Tecmo
  • Release Date:Mar 12, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone
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Game Description:Tecmo Bowl pits the player versus the computer in 11-game, single-elimination playoff action. Players also can go head-to-head with a human opponent in action or coach mode. The player can select from 12 teams. On offense there are usually two run and two pass plays to choose from. The player takes control of the quarterback before the snap and then either hands off to the running back or works through his receiver progression from the top to the bottom of the screen. Defense consists of trying to guess which offensive play the opponent will select and then taking control of one of the defensive players before the snap. A very simple power-meter system is used for kicking field goals, extra points and punts.
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Tecmo Bowl [Virtual Console] News

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  • 'Tecmo Bowl Wii' On Hold, But 'Tecmo Bowl' Hitting Xbox Live Arcade In Early 2010

    When Tecmo announced Family Fun Football for Wii last Friday, one question ran through my head: what happened to Tecmo Bowl Wii? Gamers (including myself) loved the old school DS update released last year, but we haven't heard anything about the Wii version since it was announced by Tecmo back in 2007. The bad news? Tecmo has confirmed to me...

    Posted May 26, 2009| 11 Comments

    'Tecmo Bowl Wii' On Hold, But 'Tecmo Bowl' Hitting Xbox Live Arcade In Early 2010
  • 'Tecmo Bowl' Screens

    The above image is from the Nintendo DS version of Tecmo Bowl Kickoff, a re-imagining of the much beloved football simulator. It comes out in the fall. Sadly, Bo Jackson is not a playable character, so fans of the original NES classic Tecmo Bowl are crying. Also of note: A Wii version is coming at some unspecified point in the future. No...

    Posted May 29, 2008| 5 Comments

    'Tecmo Bowl' Screens