BackgroundNFL Head Coach reinvents football gaming by introducing the first 3D strategy sports game that challenges gamers to build and manage every aspect of a football team from the ground up. A simple conversation system and an engaging 3D graphical interface allow users to immerse themselves into the lives of an NFL Head Coach. As head coach, you develop a team strategy, execute it on and off the field, and try to build a winning organization year after year. Your status as a coaching legend will rise and fall based on all of your actions as you strive to become the greatest head coach of all time. Behind the desk, on the practice field, or while wearing the headset on game days, take the reins of your favorite NFL team and lead it to victory.
GameplayHead Coach lets you step into the shoes of all those famous football geniuses who have gone before. Manage a draft, hire staff, call plays, make trades, in the end, it's all your responsibility. This time, when the guy on field fumbles the ball, you really can blame him. You weren't the guy running. You just told him what to do.
- Build a team: Through drafts, free agency and trades, pick and choose your favorite players. Play to your strengths or eliminate your weaknesses by recruiting that one perfect player to bring everything together. Get them young and train them how you want, or shop around for the one skill your missing.
- Supervise a staff: Recruit and hire a full staff of assistants, coordinators and coaches. They might make you look good, but if they screw up, it's all gonna be your fault. So choose carefully.
- Call the shots: Build a playbook by creating new plays or adapting classics to your own style. Drill them into your players and roll them out in front of the competition. Go through every day of training camp drills, pre-season bumps, grueling practices, and triumphant games. This team looks to you to make every single call, and you'd better get it right.
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