Competition, step aside. The best football game ever created is coming to Sega Dreamcast. Sega sports sets an all new standard in football games with NFL 2K is the most realistic football game ever made. Named the "Best Sports Game" at the Electronic Entertainment Expo, NFL 2K features an intricate 3D-collision model which ensures that players don't just fall over when hit-they respond to the direction and force of the tackle just like real players do on the actual field. Sometimes players just stumble if the tackle falls short; sometimes they fall over completely, just like in real life. Adding to the detail that puts you right in the thick of the action are realistic weather effects based on the actual weather trends at a particular stadium, as well as crowd sounds recorded at real-life NFL games, detailed voice-overs and incredible depth in animations.
Pros: The four-team fantasy league is FUN! Cons: Runners can't get anywhere. WHY does Daunte Culpepper suck? The Bottom Line: 128-bit resurrection football without the lame "Maddenisms". The golden age of football, to me, was the 1999-2000 season. Never had I seen such a pool of talent all playing the game at once. Now-retired legends like Dan Marino, Deion Sanders and Randall Cunningham rubbing elbows with rising greats like … more