Summary: Fun game that mixes arcade style blitz gameplay with a pro NFL feeling to it. I read a few reviews that "Classic Blitz" was available to unlock. This is true, but it's not entirely "classic blitz" as it's missing something...the background music. I was hoping to unlock this mode to play with friends in both Pro and Classic mode but Classic mode was very disappointing... Fun game, just not for classic Blitz fans.
Summary: NFL Blitz Pro has gotta be the best football game out there. It's more like Madden than the other Blitz games, but much much better than any Madden game. There are no rules, so you can bash up your opponents at any time you want! There are a bunch of cool, rough, and funny tackles. You can now celebrate with the ball during play using the right analog stick! Also, after touchdowns, there are a ton of funny gloating celebrations that the computer controls.
Summary: all i can say is blitz is horrible. The past blitz games are awsome but when it comes to blitz pro it is horrible. When i bought this game i was so excited because i loved all the blitz games. I finally turned it on and the menu looked great. I thought it would be like the past blitz games but its not. Its nothing like blitz and you wouldnt be able to tell if it was a blitz game if it wasnt for the title.
Summary: I hate to say it, but I am disappointed in "NFL Blitz Pro". I had looked forward to this game and now that I have it, I can't say I particularly like it as much as I did in the previous years. I have EA's "Madden 2004" and "NCAA 2004" (PS2) for its excellent gameplay and AI, I have ESPN NFL "2k4" (Xbox) for it's excellent graphics, and I had hoped to have "NFL Blitz Pro" (PS2) for being my fun fast-paced arcadey football.
Summary: I'm a big fan of all the Blitz games, and this is the best one yet. They've made this game just like Madden, but with better game play, better graphics, and faster paced action. I've got one preordered and can't wait. Oh, best of all, no John Madden. He's so bad, I heard EA Sports was talking to Dennis Miller about doing a football game. God he makes that game stink...
Summary: Say goodbye to the arcade game that was once so much fun. This game is hardly an arcade game anymore. It feels more like Madden, except the announcers are even more annoying than Madden! The announcers actually WHINE constantly. What happened to the 2002 announcers, one was an idiot and other constantly ripped on him -- that was hilarious! Now you have to deal with constant whining and drawn-out stupid stories. Teams now have their own plays, which is cool.
Summary: Man is this a game or what. You have to get this game there are no penelties, if you don't like a game with alot of penelties. You can do so many things after the whistle is blown. This is a fun hard hitting game that the whole family can love [my family does]and that's the hard down truth. Thank you amazon from Maryland I'm out baby.
Summary: Another in a line of "Me too"s trying to be Madden. Midway took the unique, arcadey gameplay of the original Blitz and watered it down. It really feels like you are playing a marketing decision rather than a balanced, fun game. The online portion can be fun, but the controls feel sluggish and laggy. The newest version of Blitz proves that the only football game you need is Madden 2004. On a positive note, the comentary is very entertaining.