Summary: I love nfl blitz games except this one and here is why. Bad AI on your team sometimes they just stand their when they have a good chance for a sack. Changing players take to long so good sacks are rare.
Summary: This game is missing some things that I would have liked. First, I wish there were more replays or the choice to have more replays. Second, the players weren't zoomed in too much, and they looked like ants. Furthermore, you really couldn't hit the other player after the play was over -- a lot -- like the arcade version where you can keep hitting the player two or three times before selection of plays. Lastly, the computer AI is too good generally.
Summary: I bought the game pretty much knowing what it is, which is arcade-like football. Its fun with 4 players, even with two. Its all around...OK. Graphics are good, tackles are great. The 2 points I had to make that are reasons I gave it 3 stars are: 1. When trying to change players while chasing a QB, WR, or RB, or while the ball is in mid air it does not change the player fast enough. 2.
Summary: this game rocks no rules is awesome...if there were refs in this game they would be just as useful as a cook with a paintbrush.preaty much what i`m tryin to say is a game with no rules or limitations is awesome, but they took away the unlimited pass distance from blitz 2001 and made it 60 yard limit.new plays it is just awesome over 10 pages of plays it just doesn`t get much better.and still have the original blitz plays like Dabomb witch describes this game.
Summary: I have always liked Blitz for PS1. So I just went out and bought it for PS2. Its basically the same as the previuos ones but with better graphics of course. CONS: The only complaint I have with this game is that the controller configuration is different. So if your used to the controlls on previous Blitzs it [is bad] trying to adapt to this.
Summary: It was ok. But I am a serious footbal fan so I did not like it to much. There are no rules and no refs. You can tackel the person any way you want to. Even after the play has ended. And the passing game is very cunfusing. It is hard to pass to a reciever that you want to pass to. If you want a good ruled realistic game, you should get NFL 2002 or NCAA 2002. Those are serious football games. On the other hand, if you just want to tackel and have fun, get this game.
Summary: For anyone who knows the blitz games, this one looks top notch. The gameplay is smooth, the graphics are great looking and of course the bottom line is, its a Blitz game, so the fun level is just as good as ever. However, the power up codes have their flaws...specifically the no first downs, infinate turbo, and no interceptions codes for some reason don't work on the games shipped and sold by the retailer, and Midway is currently looking into fixing the problem somehow.
Summary: in MY opinion...this is PS2's breakthrough football game, awesome gameplay, terrific graphics engine, and comedic commentary, not exactly SIMULATION but eight on eight is close enough, especially when u get a football game with NO PENALTIES!i mean do u know any other football game that u can literally have the team catch on fire? hmmm...yeah, that's what i thought. and traditional simulation football games are gettin kinda old don't ya think?..
Summary: The action in this game fast and hard hitting.This is the game if you feel like slamming the other team to the ground and stepping on them.The controls are tight and right on.You can also make a player into a deer or eagle and other ones with the right code.Speaking of codes,there are tons of codes for Blitz,which makes it even more interesting.I did find some codes like infinate turbo didn`t lock in.I also would like to have seen the football field made longer with 10yd...