Summary: The long-in-the-works high-definition revival of NFL Blitz has finally arrived, less than three months after EA officially announced it last fall. It’s an idea that gamers of all stripes could get behind; after all, you didn’t need to be a football fan to enjoy the original Blitz at the turn of the millennium. Fans had just cause to be apprehensive, though.
Excerpt: We all have the memories. Maybe it was that time in the arcade you made an interception, knocked three guys over, and got knocked silly into the end zone as time expired to win a game. Perhaps it was that time playing Nintendo against your buddy when he jump-threw an impossibly timed pass to a triple-covered receiver that somehow made the grab for a touchdown.
Pros: Solid, smooth gameplay, Addictive Elite League, Teams of Hot Dogs
Cons: No late hits!, Outdated rosters, No internet - No luck