Excerpt: Consistent Rosters are also a sticking point in Football titles. Some players want the latest up-to-the-minute rosters while others (*cough* me) just want the healthy team they had at the start of the season.
Excerpt: Back in 1995, SCEA’s “NFL Gameday” for Sony’s brand-new Playstation videogame system took the gaming world by storm. It was a game like no one had seen before, literally. Boasting state-of-the-art graphics and outstanding user control, “NFL Gameday” became an instant success.
Summary: Allow me to tell you a story. The year is 1997, Titanic was a box office hit, Simon and Garfunkel had decided to go on their sixty fifth reunion tour and the country was ruled by an adulterer.
Excerpt: Last year I was a bit disappointed that NFL GameDay 2003 was not a little more competitive with the other titles. Going back to the drawing board once again, 989 and Red Zone Interactive decided to add plenty of online features, and use a new engine.
Excerpt: Back in 1995, a little hyped game simply called NFL Gameday came along on the original Playstation. NFL Gameday 97 followed in December of 1996. In Gameday 97, Sony and developer 989 studios had a legitimate football game.
Conclusion: Feel The Power Of The NFL – New pressure sensitive controls determine how quickly a move, such as a stiff arm, is executed and how much speed/momentum the ball carrier will lose. “Motion blending” technology allows for seamless transitions that translate into ultra-smooth animations that capture the...
Excerpt: Gameday 2004 has received a graphical overhaul, and while it won't exactly blow you away, it's certainly better than last season. Out of all the football games on the market, Gameday features the most complete and accurate depictions of stadiums.
Conclusion: This could have been a great game for all ages and it should have been a fast paced game that you didn’t mind wasting your brain on, like R-Type or something similar. Instead you’ve got a slow, sluggish boring game that would have no impact on your PS2 collection or even your Snes collection.