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Sporting moniker for the University of Alabama athletics,whose football team has won 14 national titles.
Artificial Intelligence, or AI, commonly refers to the programmed behaviors of NPCs in a game, whether it's the fact that a soldier takes cover behind a wall in Gears of War, or that townspeople cheer upon your arrival to their village in Fable.
Moniker for Auburn University's athletics programs, best known for being the 2010 BCS National Champions.
A real-life athlete who appears on the cover art of a sports game. Usually an up-and-coming star in the sport or a perennial fan favorite.
Over time, it's common for publishers to stop supporting the online components of old or unpopular games. In addition to saving money, this also serves to boost sales of newer games in the same series or genre.
DNAS was Sony's solution to all of the online cheating on PS2 games. It was also introduced as a means to discourage and prevent illegal copies of games to be played online.
The 2004 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California on May 11-13. This was the 10th annual E3.
In American football, where the kicker attempts to kick the ball through the goal posts. Virtually in all Football games
Is the act of singing songs or chants at a football (soccer) match.
An individual that plays American Football.
Gravity is a physical phenomenon, specifically the mutual attraction between all objects in the universe. In a gaming setting, gravity determines the relationship between the player and the "ground," preventing the player or game objects from flying off into space, and hopefully acting in a predictable/realistic manner.
Games which allow players to interact with others over the internet.
Penalties are most commonly found in sports game. Penalties usually result in a loss of yards, free kick or a free shot against the team/player that was penalized. In special cases, the offending player(s) may be ejected from the game.
Characters in sports games made to resemble real athletes who are not licensed to the game. This may include pro athletes who own their own likenesses (e.g. Michael Jordan) or college athletes.
Games that include real photography on the game's cover.
These men and women are present to officiate sporting events and racing games. Notable referees in the article are: Lakitu, John Madden, Punch-Out! Referee and DJ Jazzman.
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Touchdowns are the primary way to score in American Football. A touchdown can be scored by running the ball into the endzone or completing a pass which goes into the endzone. A touchdown gives the scoring team 6 points. Found in all American Football games.
The title of a game is a year, or has a year in it. Normally used for sports game and other annual titles, but also used to designate when a game takes place rather than the year released.
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