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  • Summary: The game which revolutionized pro football videogames is back and better than ever, starring new bad boy, Bill Romanowski, as Baltimore Bearcats linebacker Bruno Batagglia, and the return of Lawrence Taylor, as Quentin Sands. Step onto the field with more customizable options than everThe game which revolutionized pro football videogames is back and better than ever, starring new bad boy, Bill Romanowski, as Baltimore Bearcats linebacker Bruno Batagglia, and the return of Lawrence Taylor, as Quentin Sands. Step onto the field with more customizable options than ever before, with new cities, logos, and unlockable players which will help you to create what could be the greatest franchise in League history. Take your team online and dominate your opponents using new offensive and defensive evasion moves, or try and defeat the new all-star teams stacked with the best talent on the field. Get ready for another dramatic season of Blitz and experience The League like never before. [Midway] Expand
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    It's practically the same game with the same problems, and the included technical issues with slowdown, loading times and other glitches don't help it either. If you're a hardcore Blitz fan, you'll probably dismiss these issues, but otherwise, you'll find it to be a much better experience on the console than on the handheld.
  2. Overtime is an apt subtitle for this port of Blitz: The League, as the exceedingly lengthy load times and sluggish running speed run the game well past regulation.
  3. The average gameplay, long load times, and hitchy performance from last year's "Blitz: The League" is worse on the PSP, and Blitz: Overtime needs more than some ridiculously unnecessary roughness to make it a good game. [Mar 2007, p.87]
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