Disney Sports Football GameCube

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  • Summary: Get ready for hard-hitting tackles and wild touchdowns as Mickey, Goofy, and other Disney characters take to the gridiron. In Disney Sports Football, you'll create a team and compete in four modes: Challenge, Cup, Exhibition, and Practice. You'll have plenty of running and passing plays,Get ready for hard-hitting tackles and wild touchdowns as Mickey, Goofy, and other Disney characters take to the gridiron. In Disney Sports Football, you'll create a team and compete in four modes: Challenge, Cup, Exhibition, and Practice. You'll have plenty of running and passing plays, offensive and defensive formations, and turbo moves to master, plus magic items to boost your team's performance. In single or multiplayer modes, you'll face a variety of opponents inside fantastic stadiums. Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 8
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  1. 76
    While it's not going to make you shelve your copy of "NFL 2K3," it is a surprisingly deep take on the gridiron game.
  2. Nintendo Power
    70
    With victories, you earn special items and magic abilities. [Jan 2003, p.173]
  3. Game Informer
    68
    Not only is the running game slow as ass, but I once saw a failed field goal earn my opponent three points. [Mar 2003, p.85]
  4. Accomplishes what it sets out to do: provide young players with a solid introduction to football while adding enough light touches to make it fun.
  5. A sloppy, loose-handling game of football that can't hold a torch to any of the games it tries to emulate.
  6. 51
    Just isn't very satisfying on any level. If you're at all a fan of real football or even "NFL Blitz" steer clear of this future coffee table mini-coaster.
  7. GMR Magazine
    50
    The presentation is top notch, but maybe you need to be a 5-year-old to make stupid-ass Goofy complete a pass. [Feb 2003, p.71]

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