NFL Blitz is back with new arcade cabinets from Arcade1Up.
A remastered collection of the original NFL arcade games, the new NFL Blitz Legends Collection brings these classic footballs home in a retro-style arcade cabinet based on the original 1997 game.
NFL Blitz Legends includes NFL Blitz, NFL Blitz ’99, and NFL Blitz 2000: Gold Edition, all in one 5-foot-tall cabinet that showcases classic sports in memorable ways. You can play the title.
Arcade1Up has partnered with the NFL and FGA to bring hundreds of game players to these titles, including Dan Marino (Miami Dolphins), Jerry Rice (San Francisco 49ers), Dion Sanders (Denver Broncos) and Chris Carter (Minnesota Vikings). to be included in ), Jerome Bettis (Pittsburgh Steelers), Terrell Davis (Denver Broncos).
Originally developed by Midway Games, NFL Blitz became an arcade staple in the late ’90s. Now Arcade1Up has remastered his three most popular titles in the series and added new features that bring these classic games online for the first time.
Arcade1Up CEO Scott Bachrach said: “Our team has spent the better part of the last two years to honor the game’s past while bringing it up to today’s modern standards with our AAA development efforts in partnership with the NFL and FGA. While redesigning the game for , we achieved the incredible feat of fun, exciting and action-packed gameplay.”
One interesting change is that the remaster is designed to support the NFL’s current player health and safety efforts. Certain tackle and post-whistle hits have been removed or redacted from newer versions of the game.
NFL Blitz Legends adds online multiplayer and leaderboards, allowing you to compete online with other players for the first time. However, the game itself stays true to the original, wrapping up all the highlights of American football in an easy-to-understand package.
The cabinet features classic styling based on the original NFL Blitz cabinet, including artwork depicting classic team logos and uniforms. In addition to Wi-Fi connectivity, the cabinet includes a 17-inch display, a light-up his marquee, and a 49-way joystick.
NBA blitz legend Pre-order available A touchdown this fall brought the machine to $599.99. Plus, he can order bar stools branded by any NFL team for $79.99.
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