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ESPN NFL Football Latest News - XBX

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Sports
  • Developer: Visual Concepts
  • Release Date:Sep 2, 2003
  • # of Players:4 players
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Everyone)
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Game Description:ESPN and NFL Football are inseparable. One would not be the same without the other. Now Sega brings this winning combination of premier football action and TV sports drama to next generation gaming. Enjoy all the behind-the-scenes coverage, stats, highlights and in-depth broadcast presentation of ESPN. Experience the action first-hand on the field in a new first-person mode! Over 1,000 new animations, vibrant graphics and a new easy-to-use play-calling system boosts the intensity. Take your skills online in head-to-head play, downloading rosters, stats and more! Or play against your friends in a new comprehensive multi-player franchise mode!
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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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