About the Product
- Authentic arcade-style football with easy-to-use game controls
- Earn an NFL contract; lead favorite NFL team to glory against division rivals
- Use Turbo boosts to escape defenders; unleash big hits to power up the Smash Meter
- Reversal system for complete control of the action when players collide
- Play Now mode or play online against the nation's best players
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I will admit it is somewhat enjoyable the first two hours or so of gameplay. The annoncing is kind of cool with his shouts of "Pwned" and "The Bears were who we thought they were", and "Don't you get tired of video game announcers that say the same thing over and over?". Some of his announcing is funny, although it gets annoying after hearing the same things over and over, especially when he is doing what he talks about (Saying the same thing over and over).
Another thing I didn't like about this game is it has no depth at all. I know Street 2 and 3 had tons of things to do and it made the game a much better value and so much more enjoyable. This game is nowhere near that. It has one game mode where all you do is play the NFL different ways such as first to 24 and timed games. The amount of depth was really disappointing compared to the older Street series.
Don't even get me started on the defense. Defense plays no role in this game at all. I'm convinced that when you are on defense, it's impossible to tackle the computer with the first guy. It always takes at least two. It get's really annoying when no defense is involved at all, at it's just a scoring fest.
Another thing that screwed this game over was the "simplified controls" I don't want a game where on offense you really only need one or two buttons.Read more ›
This game will not make anybody say "WOW" but it is servicble in the graphics department. The player faces that were great in the street series aren't nearly as detailed or as accurate in this game. Some player faces look great while others look completly different from their real life counterparts.
Trey Wingo is the play by play and color commentator. He is annoying to say the least. He will sya random stupid things that are supposed to be funny. It has gotten to the point where we laugh just cause its so rediculus. When the player makes a big tackle the bass is pretty solid and the overall sound effects are good.
I enjoy realistic sports game with good realistic controls and accurate depictions of the sport. That wont be found in nfl tour since you use basically 3 buttons on offense and two on defense. It is easy to pick up and play and makes football fun and enjoyable for everyone.
There are a few game modes of note.
1. Exhibtion/PlayNow. These are single games in which you can vary the settings and scoring. My favorite is making touchdowns worth six, conversions 1 or 2 but then have broken tackles, reversals, ints, fumbles, sacks all worth a certain amount of points.
The Main mode is Tour Mode. it is kind of cool at first but gets repetive as you realize how to beat the Comp. every time. Blitz your LB and hope for a sack or an errant throw. It has you create a player and thats it. No player development, zero custimazation of your team.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good Communications. Great Product. Quick Service. Rated AAA+++. Thank You. BEGPublished 11 months ago by Barry G.
when I first saw this game, I was like this game looks cool, but I realized it wasn't as fun as the NFL Street series. first, all the players don't look real to their counterparts. Read morePublished on December 1, 2011 by Andrew Ward
This game basically took The Street series and completely trashed it. It has a very weak story line and no online play. Read morePublished on August 16, 2008 by Shelia Leverett