Summary: I read the reviews for this game and they seemed SOOOOO positive about Blitz II that I thought I would try it. Number one, if you want authentic football, this is NOT the game for you. Stupid injuries, like kick returners having their spleen ruptured, are all too common. This game is totally unrealistic and focuses on the injuries of the players rather than clear, concise play-call menus and AI for DBs so that you can actually DEFEND passes.
Summary: I have yet to play this game online and when I search to answers to my errors, I find that tons of people have issues with this game online and Midway has offered no solutions to these issues. It is a fun game and would be better if I could actually play online, I have tried everything to no result.
Summary: Blitz: The League II can be said to be an arcade football or rugby alternative to Electronic Arts' Madden NFL franchisee. The game is unique in its own way. It presents players with the option of curing injuries using steroid injections. It also introduces many new teams like Los Angeles Riot, the Vancouver Beavers, the Houston Riders, the Milwaukee Hounds etc. Several teams in the original game have been renamed.
Summary: I remember playing NFL Blitz 2000 at the arcade non stop. I was crazy about that game. The gameplay was simple yet wicked, the controls were good and the arcade foot aspect of it was extra great. This sequel is the opposite. It's hard a hell. The controls aren't very instinctive. The story line is basic. The zooming in effect each time there is an injury is just creepy and doesn't make it ''cool''. I was so dissapointed with this. I traded it in a few weeks later.