Edits proposed
Allow Live Change
Game - NFL 2K EDIT  


The first "2k2K" game released, NFL 2k 2K was introduced by Sega for the Dreamcast when EA Sports decided not to publish its Madden NFL series on the new system. The game's cover athlete was Minnesota Vikings wide receivers Randy Moss


NFL 2k 2K featured the popular Maximum Passing mechanic, allowing players to lead receivers with their passes. The sontrolscontrols, like other 2k 2K sports games that came after, were simple and easy to pick up and play. The Dreamcast also allowed for realistic player and ball physics; plays passes could be tipped at the line and tackles had to account for player weight. For a launch title, NFL 2k 2K was surprisingly full featured with game modes including;

  • Practice
  • Tournament
  • Season
  • Fantasy Draft
  • Exhibition
  • Create-a-Player
  • Playoffs


Commentary featured the fictional team of Dan Stevens and Peter O'Keefe voiced by Terry McGovern and Jay Styne respectively. Both would go on to provide their voices for all seven 2k 2K football game, the last being the unlicensed All-Pro Football 2K8. Critics praised McGovern and Styne's commentary as a great alternative to sports video games that featured real commentary teams.


  • Over 1,500 Motion-captured moves
  • Physics-based 3D collisionsVUM
  • VMU play calling
  • Player-specific detail
  • The most complete voice-over ever in a sports video game
  • All 31 stadiums accurately modeled in 3D
  • Detailed stat tracking, player trading, team-specific playbooks, fantasy draft, play editor and more
  • 1-4 players
  • VMU compatible: 185 blocks
  • Jump Pack compatible