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: 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.
Conclusion: If you are an american football fan, then this game, might NOT be what you are totally looking for. It does contain some strategy's to score a touchdown, but there are no field goals to convert, and no major learning curves to this game, it literally is pick any tactic and throw the ball or run it and hope that it goes for a first down. It is a rugby in style exhibition football game. No pads and no major depth to the gameplay.
Excerpt: "NFL Tour is a good game in that it features great gameplay and a twist on Madden. It is easy to pick up for beginners to American Football and plays are easy to follow. The player has the option to revert to Madden game-controls which I would recommend as it makes passing a lot easier, as each receiver is assigned a button on the Xbox 360 controller. The players special abilities on NFL Tour are highly exaggerated. Being a Chargers fan, the ...