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With Realistic Graphics, Detailed Player Models and Advanced GamePlay
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NFL (US) n abbr (= National Football League) → Fußball-Nationalliga GameDay(TM) 2001 from the 989 Sports(TM) development team hits store shelves this week for the PlayStation(R) 2 computer entertainment system, Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. announced. NFL GameDay 2001 features NFL teams and players, 3D player and stadium models scaled with incredible detail and realism and more than 1,100 position-specific motion-captured moves from 14 NFL players. Longtime favorites Dick Enberg Richard Alan "Dick" Enberg (born January 9, 1935 in Mount Clemens, Michigan) is an American sportscaster. Enberg is one of the most prominent and respected play-by-play announcers in network television history, with a career spanning more than forty years. and Phil Simms Phillip Martin Simms (born November 3, 1955 in Lebanon, Kentucky) is a former American football quarterback, and currently a television sportscaster for the CBS network. After a standout career at Morehead State University, Simms was drafted in the first round by the New York add to the GameDay experience with their famous and significantly broadened play-by-play commentary.
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The gritty football action and award-winning gameplay that GameDay fans appreciate and love is brought to life like never before with new visual breakthroughs including the exclusive new ProTalk(TM) feature. Gamers can now actually see animated lip-service offered up by players and referees, adding to the total NFLexperience. NFL GameDay 2001 sports realistic graphics with each NFL player depicted in amazing detail as they are scaled to their actual size, weight and body style. Utilizing the technology afforded by the new PlayStation 2, details such as actual player faces, skin tones, face mask Face mask
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"NFL GameDay 2001 for the PlayStation 2 will thrill fans of the franchise as the 989 Sports development team has brought the integrity of the GameDay experience to a whole new level," said Ami Blaire, director, product marketing, Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. "The 989 Sports team is tapping into the capabilities of the PlayStation 2 to create an amazing looking title with great gameplay and true-to-life, gritty football action."
NFL GameDay 2001's unprecedented 60 frames-per-second gameplay allows gamers to feel the smoothest and most responsive gameplay ever created. For the first time, each player occupies their own personal, 3D space, allowing gamers to move around the field like a true ball carrier during an NFL game. Smarter Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) has computer-controlled opponents exposing tendencies on both the offense and defense. The signature Total Control Passing(TM) feature allows players to lead or under throw receivers in any direction by simply pressing the directional buttons putting gamers in total control.
Now, NFL GameDay 2001 features animations including drag downs, shoves, gang tackles, low and high-wrap tackles, upending tackles, across-the-body "shoestring" catches, sideline "tip-toe" catches and one-handed catches that help capture the intensity of real NFL action. Players can even break ankle tackles and drag would-be tacklers on second and third efforts.
NFL GameDay 2001 reflects the latest NFL trends through actual NFL player input -- from motion-captured animations to plays designed with the help of real NFL players. Players motion captured for the NFL GameDay series are among the game's top names, Buccaneers FB Mike Alstott Michael Joseph Alstott, nicknamed "The A-Train", (born December 21, 1973, Joliet, Illinois), is an American football player who plays fullback for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. , Steelers RB Jerome Bettis Jerome Abram Bettis, nicknamed "The Bus" (born February 16, 1972 in Detroit, Michigan), is a former American football halfback for the NFL's Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers. , Raiders WR Tim Brown Timothy Donell Brown (born July 22, 1966) is a retired wide receiver, who played in the National Football League. He spent sixteen years with the Oakland Raiders, during which he established himself as one of the League's most prolific wide receivers. , and Giants CB Jason Sehorn Jason Heath Sehorn (born April 15, 1971 in Sacramento, California) is a former professional football player in the National Football League. High School Career
He played football for Mt. Shasta High School in Mt. Shasta, California and then Shasta College in Redding, CA. . Among the more than 55 NFL pro stars creating the authentic playbooks for NFL GameDay 2001 were Buccaneers DL Warren Sapp, Vikings QB Daunte Culpepper, Bengals RB Corey Dillon and Dolphins LB Zach Thomas.
GameDay includes many of the features that gamers have come to expect such as the "General Manager Mode" that lets the gamer play in multiple seasons as a coach, player or general manager. The "Draft War Room" feature provides the gamer with a report of team weaknesses allowing players to determine needs on draft day. Gamers can control the everyday activities of a team over several seasons while drafting, trading and signing free agent players. The revolutionary "Play Editor" lets the gamer design custom plays and save them to a playbook.
Players can also direct how and where each player will move by assigning individual routes, blocking schemes and defensive alignments and assignments. NFL GameDay 2001 has also refined the "Create Player" feature, allowing gamers to customize a player's physical appearance, salary and mental makeup.
Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc. is supporting the product launch with television and print advertising, direct mail, national promotions and online efforts. A dedicated thirty-second spot will air on national network, cable and syndication programming, and major print advertising in the form of four-color spread and full-page advertisements will appear in major sports, consumer and gaming publications. At retail, NFL GameDay 2001 will be showcased with point-of-purchase displays including posters, oversized dummy boxes and tent cards.
NFL GameDay 2001 for the PlayStation 2 Computer Entertainment System Key Features:
-- Award-winning signature gameplay including a new feature that allows
gamers to see and listen to the emotion of the NFL like never before
with the exclusive ProTalk(TM) feature, where timed, lip-synched
animations bring athletes, coaches and referees to life
-- Hundreds of new plays designed with the help of 55 NFL players
containing the latest trends, formations and plays
-- All-new 3D player and stadium models and tons of motion captured
animations from 14 different NFL players
-- NFL teams and players scaled to actual height, weight and body style
-- Amazing visuals including accurate player details such as visors,
wristbands and gloves
-- New action-moves such as across-your-body catches, sideline "Tip-Toe"
catches and one-handed catches help add to the excitement of the pros
-- New flip tackles add excitement and extend the intensity and dynamics
of true pro football
-- Actual NFL stadiums feature historic landmarks and grass that
experience wear and tear as the game progresses
-- Play-by-play legend Dick Enberg and color commentator Phil Simms return
with broader and more conversational commentary and insight
-- In-depth NFL player ratings and updated 2000 team rosters, including
rookies, free agent signings and trades
-- "GM Mode" lets the gamer be the coach, player or general manager over
multiple seasons, operating with a salary cap. The new "Draft War
Room" feature alerts player to team weaknesses. Create, draft, sign,
trade and release players and free agents -- just like a real GM
-- In-game help menus assist new users who are unfamiliar with the in-game
-- Team match-ups detail offensive and defensive strengths and weaknesses
-- Design plays and save them to a custom playbook with the revolutionary
"Play Editor" allowing gamers to direct how and where players move by
assigning pass routes, blocking schemes and defensive maneuvers
-- Create a player with the updated "Create Player" feature -- customize a
player's physical appearance, such as face style, face mask, neck
rolls, salary and mental makeup
-- Players perform as in real-life: Marshall Faulk jukes to elude
flailing arms, Eddie George punishes would-be tacklers and Randy Moss
elevates over shorter defenders to grab the deep ball
-- Multiple weather conditions including wind, snow and rain as well as
player injuries affect gameplay, testing gamers true skills and
-- Comprehensive season statistical tracking in 163 categories -- for
either a team or a player
-- Gameplay modes include preseason, 2000-2001 NFL season play, playoffs,
Super Bowl(TM) and Pro Bowl(TM)
-- Pro Bowl selections are based upon the current season with weekly
-- "Throwback throwback
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-- Includes every past Super Bowl team such as the '75 Steelers, '85 Bears
and '94 49ers
-- Genuine NFL stadium, game and crowd sounds
-- Four playing perspectives and a free-floating 3D camera for dynamic
-- Four levels of difficulty -- Rookie, Veteran, All-Pro and Hall of Fame
-- Complete substitution capability
-- Up to 8 players with Multitap (for PlayStation 2)
-- Officially licensed by the NFL and PLAYERS INC
The independent Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB ESRB Entertainment Software Rating Board
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