I must admit that when NFL Blitz came onto the scene I was one of the many people that became addicted to the new style of in-your-face all out football with very little rules and more testosterone than anyone really knows what to do with. I was one who stayed with the game through multiple consoles and very little to no change in each individual version of the game. There was no denying NFL Blitz's addictive power over gamers, it had what sports games lacked... attitude. As old rock stars fade, sadly, so did NFL Blitz. The attitude got old; the gameplay got too easy; and the sounds... well it is still cool to hear that crunching sound.
Gameplay If NFL Blitz 2000 is your first experience when it comes to an NFL Blitz game, you will experience everything that I just mentioned... the excitement, the thrills, the fun. For the majority of us however, there is not much more left outside of reminiscing about a once great game. The theory was simple, NFL meets NBA Jam....
THE BAD: Controls don't seem as accurate as the N64 version. The AI can be extremely cheap. Single player games aren't as fun as multiplayer. Having to get a multi tap to have 4 players.
SUMMARY: I played this game with my friends a lot on the N64. There are some very distinct differences between the two versions. For some reason, the control just doens't seem as great as the N64 versions. Maybe I'm not used to it or maybe its just not as accurate. I also hated the fact that I would have to pay more money just to have four players play at the same time. Still, other than that, this is the same thing as the N64 version. Its still as fun to play, and the action is just as crazy. Single player is still kind of boring since you don't get reactions from the computer like you do from your friends.