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NFL Blitz Pro
Game Profile

NFL Blitz Pro will showcase authentic 11-on-11 gameplay with real NFL teams, players and stadiums, while still providing the well-known Midway Sports "edge." With a solid reputation for delivering the best multiplayer sports games, NFL Blitz Pro continues this Midway Sports tradition. Along with the advent of the 11-on-11 gameplay format comes the first-ever Blitz-style running game that includes traditional moves such as handoffs, pitches, reverses, and up-the-gut runs, as well as more aggressive trick plays that the pros have yet to attempt.


First Impressions
Written by Tony Kennetz on 07/25/03
Blitz Pro should make a pretty strong first impression for a football franchise reborn on GameCube.

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GENRE: Sports
PLAYERS:   1-4
December 02, 2003
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