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The League Overtime

For those of you who have no clue what Blitz: The League is all about, it’s an all-American football game by Midway that was just released last month for the PSP. And the busy season is far from over as they’re still getting ready for its 2007 release for the Wii.

Now, what exactly can you find here in this game? Basically, the game focuses on a fictional league made up of 18 teams. Predictably, they’re simply known as “The League.” Making an appearance for the game is former NFL star Lawrence Taylor as the captain of the New York Nightmare, Quentin Sands.

If you’re familiar with the previous games in the Blitz series, you’ll find this new version to be very similar, as it also depicts a “hyperviolent version” of gridiron football. Gridiron is a direct descendant of rugby football.

Well, that should feed your factoid appetite for now. In the meantime, check out these screens. If you still don’t have this game on your PSP, maybe you’ll be enticed to get it. Or, maybe you’d want it on your Wii.

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Via gamespot

The League Overtime

For those of you who have no clue what Blitz: The League is all about, it’s an all-American football game by Midway that was just released last month for the PSP. And the busy season is far from over as they’re still getting ready for its 2007 release for the Wii.

Now, what exactly can you find here in this game? Basically, the game focuses on a fictional league made up of 18 teams. Predictably, they’re simply known as “The League.” Making an appearance for the game is former NFL star Lawrence Taylor as the captain of the New York Nightmare, Quentin Sands.

If you’re familiar with the previous games in the Blitz series, you’ll find this new version to be very similar, as it also depicts a “hyperviolent version” of gridiron football. Gridiron is a direct descendant of rugby football.

Well, that should feed your factoid appetite for now. In the meantime, check out these screens. If you still don’t have this game on your PSP, maybe you’ll be enticed to get it. Or, maybe you’d want it on your Wii.

working overtime - Image 1 working overtime - Image 2 working overtime - Image 3

Via gamespot

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