ESPN NFL 2K5 will introduce several original features in Franchise Mode, the completely new Maximum Tackle system, and further builds upon the exciting ESPN presentation elements that include incorporation of ESPN personalities Suzy Kolber, Trey Wingo, and Mel Kiper, as well as an expanded role for Chris Berman.
Sales of $9.9 billion for game industry
Written by John Scalzo on 01/19/05
NPD is reporting that the video game industry took in $9.9 billion dollars in sales in 2004.
Spike TV Game Awards nominations
Written by John Scalzo on 11/17/04
It ain't the Oscars, but it's what we got.
ESPN NFL 2K5 will launch at $20
Written by John Scalzo on 06/09/04
Sega is cutting deep to compete with Madden this year. Let the games begin.
E3 Screenshot Bonanza #2
Written by John Scalzo on 05/21/04
E3 screens from The Shield, Conker, Call of Duty: Finest Hour, ESPN NFL 2005 and ESPN NBA 2005
Sega's E3 2004 Lineup
Written by John Scalzo on 05/06/04
Click the link to find out what (cue early 90s Sega commercial voice) SEGA! has in store for E3.
Written by Adam Woolcott on 07/26/04
At only $20 a piece, Adam sprung for both versions of ESPN NFL 2K5 and reviews them both in a yard for yard full review.
Written by Ryan Smotherman on 06/24/04
A real football game for a budget price? Ryan explains the first piece of this year's football war as he looks at Sega's ESPN NFL 2K5.
The Competition To Eliminate Competition
Written by Joe Comunale on 12/21/06
As we near the halfway point, we take another look at the five year EA Sports-NFL exclusivity agreement.
The Video Game Librarian
Written by John Scalzo on 02/25/05
Libraries are adding video games and one video game librarian is here to tell you what building a "video game library" is like.
Late and Loving It: Option C
Written by Chris Reiter on 02/24/05
Adam and Chris debate the merits of all the great (and not so great) video games of 2004. They're Late and Loving It.
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