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Old 01-29-2009, 04:27 PM   #17
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Every single error that people have tried to point out in these two articles has been proven to be wrong. Keep em coming though.

I played all of these games non stop growing up. I researched the heck out of this article before writing it, and I did not make any of it up.

Sorry the majority of posters this week apparently hate this article, and think it's "shoddily" written.

I hope there are some out there who find this to be an enjoyable read, and can see this article for what it is- an entertainment piece that can inspire some fun discussion about dominant sports teams thoroughout sports gaming history.

Some people take these things way to seriously.
I enjoy any article associated with classic video games. I hope one is written about the 25 worst teams.

Today, so many kids who play games and complain about Madden, and other sports games, have no idea what it was like to play Atari football, Intellivision football, etc. and having been able to live through the advances in technology. Too many people complain about the color of a team's socks colored incorrectly or no refs visible on the field.

Articles like this one help many old school gamers reflect on games that were the spark that ignited the games of today. Although many of those games did not wield the most competitive A.I., the dorm room battles were intense.

Again, it is great to read about many of those games that I played in high school and college.

May I add that the Kentucky Wildcats in Coach K were one of the most lethal teams ever.
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Old 01-29-2009, 04:52 PM   #18
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It's articles like this why people have no respect for sports blogs, you clearly know next to nothing about any of these videogames, and are just making things up.

Well, bravo, this is truly the Family Guy of "awful sports articles written from a high school Journalism class", try to get people to chime in not to form a discussion, but to reminisce about the fact that "I too remember NHL 2002!!!!11111 Shanahan was da bomb diggity!!!!" as opposed to actually having a decent discussion.

It's no wonder why your "activation email" ended up in my spam folder.
I too remember NHL 2002!!!!11111 Shanahan was da bomb diggity

but in all seriosuness....i know its not a team...but the big show in wrestlemania 2000 for n64...try beating him on the hardest difficulty with anyone...HHH, undertaker....its not happeneing

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Old 01-29-2009, 05:45 PM   #19
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Larry Johnson and Zo were dominant in NBA JAM. The Red Wings and Blackhawks were always popular in NHL' 94.

Attezz, this isn't a sports blog and has nothing to do with people not having respect for sports blogs. This is a Sports Gaming Community, and as such, we discuss sports gaming, past present and future. Nobody made you read it. If you don't like it, don't ****ing read it.
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Old 01-30-2009, 02:20 AM   #20
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What about the Chiefs in Tecmo Superbowl.

I think the most dangerous 3-point team was also on NBA2k1, but it wasn't the Kings. It was the Milwaukee Bucks.

Ray Allen
Glenn Robinson
Sam Cassell
Tim Thomas

The last time the Bucks were any good.
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Utah might have been the best all-around team in Bases Loaded but I always went with the power trio of Paste, Bay and Ford from Jersey.

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Old 01-30-2009, 06:17 AM   #22
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Re: Top 25 Most Dominant Teams in Sports Gaming History (Part II)

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Some people take these things way to seriously.
That pretty much sums it up.

I thought it was a good read that brought back some great memories. Thanks.
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Old 01-30-2009, 03:04 PM   #23
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Great, fun article. Sorry some people are giving you such crap, they don't realize when writing, you can't please everyone. I agreed with most of the things, I really liked the Ken Griffey Jr part, that always used to give me nightmares because of my failure to understand the concept. I have no idea if this is yet to come, but I remember in NBA Jam, you could use Shaq to bowl over people with out a foul. The ball would just fall straight out of their hands, causing him to pick it up, and dunk the ball. I could win game by plus 100 points. Thats pretty cheap to me.
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Old 01-30-2009, 03:27 PM   #24
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One I remember that probably won't make the list, but you never know, is Oklahoma St. in NCAA Basketball for the SNES. They had a 3 point shooter who would hit about 90% of his 3's.
He was their big center too, he had a 75% three point rating. Anything inside half court was money with that guy. I can remember literally pulling up from just inside half court with him and easily winning. Once he got tired he sucked, but by that point you had a 30 point lead.
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