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ESPN NFL Football

by Sega
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
54 customer reviews
Metascore: 91 / 100
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  • The revolutionary new First-Person mode makes it possible see the game through the eyes of any player on the field
  • Incredibly responsive gameplay and stellar presentation pulled straight from ESPN give you unbelievable gameplay
  • Groundbreaking animations accurately capture sideline grabs, gang tackles even player celebrations when they score
  • Advanced online play with chat features, downloadable rosters, head-to-head online play and more
  • New challenge system lets you throw the red flag and multi-player franchises let you put your team management skills against your friends!
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Product Description

Product Description

Experience NFL football through the eyes of the top sports network.

From the Manufacturer

Loaded with unparalleled advancements in gameplay and presentation, ESPN NFL Football delivers the complete NFL experience. Offering a new level of football gaming, ESPN NFL Football introduces First Person Football, The Crib and a blockbuster ESPN presentation with ESPN's own Chris Berman!

First Person Football--A revolutionary first person mode that gives you the power to play NFL football through the eyes of any player on the field!

The Crib--Play to unlock trophies, collectibles, mini-games, music and much more. Then customize The Crib, complete with a living room, game room, home theatre and trophy case!

ESPN Presentation--Nothing compares to a stellar ESPN broadcast, complete with a new level of integration of scores, highlights, stats and overlays that further blur the line between a Sunday Night Football telecast and the game.


Product Details

  • ASIN: B0000ACP90
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,601 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 23, 2003
After reading several reviews, I finally decided it was time to go out and get ESPN NFL Football. I am so glad I did. Let me first say that I do like both Madden and ESPN NFL Football. They each have their high points. However, there are just times when I want to do nothing more than play football. Sure it's fun to build stadiums, raise prices on your snacks and stuff, but when I wanna play football, I go to ESPN. The gameplay is just better in my opinion. Play calling is so much easier, the running game is superb, the passing game is on target, and the overall fun factor can't be beat in my mind.
The crib is awesome. It's a great way to motivate you to go for the glory so to speak. When I first got the game, I thought that's nice - I'll never use it though. 4 games of air-hockey later and I am changing my tune.
First person playing, not my cup of tea - but a nice feature. Nothing againt it, I just have a hard time playing much anything other than driving games in first person. I have read several good reviews on this feature.
I like the ability to see the whole field, sideline to sideline. It helps so much with the passing game.
I use this mostly as a two player game, head to head with my son so most of the franchise options and season goodness hasn't been tested by me to the fullest, but from what I can see, this is where Madden will take over top position. But again, I enjoy having an easy game to sit down to, and play football. I guess I am not all that hard core.
ESPN, in my mind - your NFL game is the best out there. Madden is definitely next in line. The rest I found not to be worth the money.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 19, 2003
anyone that thinks that madden 2004 is better is incorrect... this game has every option imaginable, from edit players rating to their appearances. Also overall game play is better than madden. madden who i was a big fan of seems to be cheapening their games with repetitous screens, terrible instant replay, features the screen is cropped out...
Also it's madden name is all over the box and you barely hear him at all duringthe game, you get the whining Al Michaels...ESPN... the way the guys look, run, break tackles, gang tackle looks and feels like real football. i also think madden has become to complicated to play with all of these multiple button manuevers, ESPN is much simpler to operate. Also the first person perspective is tremendous and well done. Brings you right into the action, like never before, without the bumps and bruises.
Another game I'd recommedn is NFL fever 2004 for X-box they have made some improvments from last years version... but I still think Espn FOOTBALL is the best on the market!!!!
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 9, 2003
Sega/ESPN vs. EA/Madden, the ultimate debate. Madden's got better graphics, better extras, and better stats. Not to mention you can build your own stadium and even set the price the fans pay for a burger. As a guy who bought his first EA game in 1990, it actually pains me to say it but, ESPN is just the better game. Why? If only EA had spent as much time on the game play as it did at the concession stand. Sega spent their time making a game that has tighter controls, a better running game, and a easier play calling interface then EA's latest installment. Admittedly, it would be nice if you could save mid-game like Madden (a feature that is way overdue) and the first person view is a gimmick, but Sega/ESPN just makes a more playable, enjoyable, and fair game. I say fair because EA's shot at solid IA is the computer picking a run defense if you are going to run and a pass defense if you are going to pass. Despite the down or yardage to go, the computer chooses the right set, in advance, EVERY time. Trust me, if you run on 3rd and 20 out of the shotgun, the computer will play the 4-3. That kind of "cheating" makes Madden VERY frustrating, along with it's nonexistant running game and completely inaccurate kicking system. As far as extras go, ESPN does have fan celebrations including painted fat guys. Sure they are gross but they are also cool and add to the fun of a solid ESPN title. Sorry EA, maybe next year. Bottom line if you want to sell burgers, buy Madden. If you want to play football, choose ESPN.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Kirkpatrick on September 5, 2003
Ah the long time debate of which game is better, Sega/ESPN or Madden. Well, in my opinion, they are both awesome. Madden is tried and true, if you liked 2003, don't expect anything different from the gameplay, but the extras are huge. Designing stadiums, setting ticket prices, etc. Overall, a good game.
ESPN on the other hand is the same but different. I think gameplay wise the games are very similar, but ESPN allows you to do more running moves, by doing combos and charging up power. While this sounds like an arcade game, it's actually very realistic. They have a cribs feature for awards, and an awesome First Person mode. Where in my opinion, ESPN takes the cake is in the presentation. You get Chris Berman analyze your game before and at halftime, and at the end. The stat overlays are great and the game graphically looks better.
In the end, you won't be dissappointed with either game, but in my opinion, ESPN Football/Sega 2K4 is the better of the two.
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