Emmitt Smith Football
|Emmitt Smith Football|
|Super Nintendo Controller|
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|Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
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Emmitt Smith Football is a football game for the Super NES. Its namesake is former Cowboys all-pro running back Emmitt Smith. Like Troy Aikman NFL Football, the player can make his own plays. Most of the text in this game uses a classic video game typeface.
Possible modes of play include: exhibition mode, season mode, playoff mode, and practice mode. Smith added his voice on the game; giving positive comments on big gains and negative comments on negative plays. Most of the standard rules of the National Football League at the time of release are used (4 quarters of 15 minutes, 100 yard field, etc.). However, the options allow the player to change some of the rules used in the actual game. This game was mentioned in the November 1995 issue of Nintendo Power.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Troy Aikman NFL Football, a Super Nintendo Entertainment System and Sega Genesis game named after his teammate Troy Aikman.
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