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NFL 95 is the classic example of why we need to be able to play Game Gear video games on large television screens. It is very confusing trying to figure out what is happening in this eight on eight football video game with all of the NFL teams at that time. NFL 95 has Joe Montana on the front cover. I would expect passing would be easy in NFL 95. Sadly NFL 95 is frustrating and difficult. I would throw the ball and my receiver who was wide open would stop, turn around, and wait for the ball. Guess what the defender did most of the time? The defender in NFL 95 caught up and got interceptions. This was on the easiest game play setting too.

I found the quick way to victory in NFL 95 was to pick a pass play and run with the quarterback. I could get decent yards and usually a first down within two plays. Running plays did not work as well which felt really odd. Passing is always a gamble in NFL 95. I would have to hope my receiver would get open and throw it way in advance. I got a lot of interceptions in NFL 95. I did not always realize it at first either. NFL 95 did not tell me it happened. The cornerback or safety was just running the other direction.

NFL 95 does not look very good and there are flashing of the characters that added to my confusion. It was hard to see when something happened. I usually knew when the screen changed to some picture of a player or referee. This even happened with a touchdown one time. NFL 95 said I was down and then it said touchdown. I scratched my head and found the kick play.

There are good sound bytes in NFL 95 and I enjoyed the jamming music. I hope someone comes up with an easy way to play Game Gear cartridges on regular television screens. I would love to show NFL 95 in a live stream so ya’ll could understand the struggle is real. I am thankful I had the money to purchase a copy of NFL 95 on the Game Gear. I did not pay much for this glitchy sports video game on a retro hand held video game system. I would like to see this franchise return at some point in the future.
- Paul


Graphics: 65%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 50%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Game Gear
Publisher: Sega Sports
Developer: Blue Sky Software
Rating: ‘K-A’ - Kids to Adults

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