Canadian Football 2017 Review

The controls are unresponsive, there are no gameplay modes beyond exhibition, the receivers couldn’t catch a cold in Edmonton in January, the controls are needlessly different from Madden, and there’s one damn music track that plays during every play selection screen.

Old School Video Game Review: Backbreaker

Backbreaker, an arcade-style football romp with no NFL licensing, promised a “real” football experience with a unique graphics engine and total team customization when it was released in 2009. The main selling point of the game was its unique physics engine, called “elation,” which promised uniquely different tackles on every play, something its then-competitors “Madden” and…