Summary: This game is awesome for being an older game, I actually like it better than NFL street. Smooth gameplay not glitchy , fun reversals actually require skill when you take off the "slow down mode". I honestly play this game almost every day and even though Ive had to mute it and play music because of annoying announcers (who actually admit they'll be repeating a lot) It always has me coming back for more.
Summary: when I first saw this game, I was like this game looks cool, but I realized it wasn't as fun as the NFL Street series. first, all the players don't look real to their counterparts. Trey Wing is repetetive and boring, some might find is commentary kinda funny. Second, evading is just useless the player literally moves like an inch. Finally, the gamebreaker don't even work sometimes, and you can't even make your own team!!
Summary: When this game came out I didn't have any game systems but I played demos of it in stores.I loved to play it and when they stopped putting demos of it in stores,I got so mad.I finally got an xbox360 one day and this was the first video game I bought [other then viva pinata and banjo kazooie which came with the xbox360].This game is so fun.If you like football video games with big hits and tackles,BUY THIS GAME!
Summary: My brother begged me to purchase this game for him. Thankfully, it was at a bargain thirty dollars instead of the standard sixty. NFL Tour was supposed to be the great step forward for the NFL Street series - which wasn't too bad, and had an insane amount of unlockables for hours upon hours of replay value.
Not a good game by any means but it is alot of fun with friends
Daniel R. Donofrio, Amazon
7 January 2009
Summary: I got this game expecting an NFL Street like experience but the single player isnt nearly as fun and the game as a whole isnt in depth at all. But there is alot of fun to be had with this game if you play with friends. Graphics This game will not make anybody say "WOW" but it is servicble in the graphics department. The player faces that were great in the street series aren't nearly as detailed or as accurate in this game.
Summary: This game basically took The Street series and completely trashed it. It has a very weak story line and no online play. The announcer is so annoying and repetitve, that you want to just turn the console off. There is some fun to be had in the mini games, and some easy achievements. With that said, this is a very poor game with no real value.
Summary: This game isn't bad if you're looking for a game to occupy the time in between playing other games such as Call of Duty 4 or Halo 3. In that role this game excels because it's a game you can spend as much time as you want playing. I mean this literally. Sometimes I find myself needing a break from an intense FPS game session and I'll pop this NFL Tour in and play a few games that might last somewhere between 10-30 minutes.
Summary: First off, I would like to point out that although this game was deveoloped by the same people that made the street series, it is in no way the same. I know I loved playing the Street series becuase of many things, some of them were the depth of the games, the background music throughout the gameplay, the wall moves, and I just thought they were overall fun games to play. NFL Tour is not anything like this.