Excerpt: $20 doesn’t go as far as it used to. At the dawn of the videogame age, somewhere around 1982, $20 would buy you 2 LP records with change to spare (might I recommend “Physical” or “Eye of the Tiger”). You could see a movie with 2 friends and have enough left over for a box of candy (E.T.
Conclusion: Price aside, ESPN NFL 2K5 may be the best NFL football game on the market even after Madden is released. I have a feeling that there will still be the die-hard Madden fans who in the back of their mind are wondering what it’s like playing ESPN online, and there will now be a legion of ESPN gamers...
Excerpt: About a week and a half ago, I was in a store buying a few games as presents for friends when I overheard part of a fierce debate raging at the counter. “2K5 is only 20 bucks? What’s wrong with it,” railed the customer. “Nothing’s wrong with it,” replied the manager.
Excerpt: EA's impending exclusivity deal with the NFL is bad news for pretty much everyone in the industry. It's bad news for developers who make American Football games because most Americans don't want a game without real stats and players.
Excerpt: Well, this is probably Sega\'s last NFL football game for a while, considering EA just signed an exclusive deal with the NFL for the rights to all teams, stadiums, and players of the National Football League.
Excerpt: Product Description It s the season of the fan. The year of people coming together to celebrate sport. And uniting everyone is ESPN NFL 2K5 a coupling of the most responsive and intense gameplay around and the richest multi-player gaming experience possible.
Excerpt: The next instalment of the ESPN series arrives on your console but will it stand up to the ever-growing might and popularity of its EA Games counter part? The sport that has more snap, crackle and pop flies back into every wide receiver’s (Gamers) waiting hands yet again, a game known as ESPN NFL...
Excerpt: “2K5 is only 20 bucks? What’s wrong with it,” railed the customer.
About a week and a half ago, I was in a store buying a few games as presents for friends when I overheard part of a fierce debate raging at the counter.
Summary: When you’re constantly getting beaten down by your main rival you have to resort to some pretty extreme measures in order to remain competitive. Understanding this very concept, the boys at SEGA and Visual Concepts have rededicated themselves to bringing down Electronic Arts and the juggernaut known...