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NFL QB Club 2002 


There are some franchises that I wish were still around. NFL QB Club is one such franchise. The last year for this series was in the year of our Lord 2002, and Acclaim got a lot of things right. At the time of this review being written this is a five year old game, but it has withstood the test of half a decade quite well. Sure there are EA, and Sega fanboys who refuse to try anything else, but my hope is there is enough sports gamers out there to give this one a chance. I found NFL QB Club 2002 while looking through the bargain bin at Value City. A mere ten US dollars and this gem was mine. This game can be found on the Gamecube, and Playstation 2.

The graphics in NFL QB Club 2002 are good for that era. The animation is decent, and the color schemes, logos, and fields all look pretty good. The different players have different sizes, and the names are on the backs of the jerseys. The weather effects work well, and have an impact on how the players play. The level of violence in football is actually toned down in this game.

Most sports games have a problem with the announcers keeping up with the action. To my surprise the announcers in NFL QB Club 2002 were very accurate with their commentary. Their comments also fit well with the game, and were well timed. I did not hear and offensive sounds while playing this game.

Acclaim put enough different modes in this game to keep gamers busy for months. More than one player can play NFL QB Club 2002 at the same time. The QB challenge is one of the best modes in any football video game. In my humble opinion this is one game that is worth your hard earned dollars.

The layout of the menu screens, buttons, and blocking schemes are done in a very intelligent manner. The controls are great, especially in the passing game. I had a lot of fun playing this one, and I think you will too. Some of those retired greats (Dan Marino, Steve Young) control even better.

If you are looking for a bargain on a football game, then NFL QB Club 2002 is one game you should look into. Football can teach strategy, team work, and concentration. I like games like this one where good, clean competition can occur. Sports games can bring families together, and lessons about being a good winner, and a good loser can be taught. I personally would like some sequels to this franchise.
- Paul


Graphics: 84%
Sound: 91%
Replay/Extras: 94%
Gameplay: 90%
Family Friendly Factor: 89%
System: Gamecube/Playstation 2
Publisher: Acclaim
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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