Maybe I am too old school, but I would say that Tecmo Super Bowl is the best football game ever. I say this without ever owning a PS2, 3 or XBOX.
OT-best football game
Blitz was great fun - fond memories of that game.
is amazing. What other game can you jump on the other team's players after you score on them?
The first one was good, but The League...not so much. Players could be healed of their injuries mid-game with a shot of what I always presumed to be steriods. Classy.
I forgot about that one. What pissed me off about that game was how the computer always screwed you when you got ahead.
That's what she said?
I disagree; it's a very good game, but Donkey Kong is the best game ever.
the qualification was best football game. Zelda would give DK a run for its money.
Check this out:
"Donkey Kong sucks"
"You know something? YOU SUCK!"
You could dominate any team in Tecmo Bowl if you were Lawrence Taylor or Bo Jackson. It was sweet.
I also liked that hand held game with the blinky red dots.
The blinking dot game is still awesome. We wore that thing out on long bus trips!
My cousin and I both got that game from our grand parents at Christmas, probably 30 years ago. The visual is like two girls at dinner with their twittering, texting, tex mexing, or whatever it is called now. That was us at Grandma's table.
"We wore that thing out on long bus trips!"
Wait for it....
I would probably say NCAA 10 for PS3 right now. I can't stop playing it. Madden 2005 for PS2 and NCAA 2007 for PS2 were also pretty fun back in the day.
Coleco Head to Head Football was my fav.
I also had one of these but I perfered the head to head action as it were:
The head to head is way too advanced.
"I say this without ever owning a PS2, 3 or XBOX." tmiller
Madden '99 because I'm pretty sure it was the first year you could do fantasy drafts in the game. Many a wasted hour resulted from that one.
Did anyone else ever played Fourth & Inches on the Commodore? (It was on other platforms, too, but I grew up using a Commodore.) I have fond memories of that game.