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Blitz: The League II (Xbox 360)

Blitz: The League II (Xbox 360)
alaScore 80

22 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 22 reviews of Blitz: The League II (Xbox 360). The average rating for this product is 3.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Opinions about the story and gameplay are overall positive, but there are some less positive opinions about the AI and graphics.

single player, gameplay, story

graphics, AI

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Blitz: The League II (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Geoff_Hunt (

Blitz: The League II review for the XBOX360


Urp* I think I'm gonna throw up…

Entertaining single-player mode

Sickening injury moves; Bad football simulation; Mediocre graphics; Teammate AI is pretty dumb; Sensation of having no control

D+ + Entertaining single-player mode +/- Sickening injury moves - Bad football simulation - Mediocre graphics - Teammate AI is pretty dumb - Sensation of having no control Reviews by other members: letuspreyB- SINISTARC RellisticNemesisA Average...

Dec, 2008

Expert review by : Michael Ogunnubi (

Blitz the League II


Blitz: The League II is the latest game in Midway's Blitz series of football games. As the sequel to the more than one million unit selling and award-winning football experience, Blitz: The League II, continues the franchise legacy for all the mayhem

Blitz The League II is a great release from Midway on so many levels, as it stays true to that classic arcade football formula and amplifies it many times over. If you are a fan of over-the-top arcade sports games you really can't go wrong here, it is...

Nov, 2008

Expert review by : Alan Pettit (GT: The Pants Party) (

Blitz The League II


The Blitz franchise and I have a long history together. I first encountered it at the arcades when it first launched ten years ago under the NFL Blitz name. This was well before the current deal the NFL has with EA giving them sole rights to the NFL...

I'm not sure delivering season-ending injuries and watching the House-style snippets that show the carnage could ever get old. I got my first (and only) broken neck injury just before finishing this review up and it was beautifully brutal. The secret...

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Dan Clarke (

Blitz: The League II Review


Blitz is back...and brings some game this time around.

Improved gameplay, great storyline, online fun, Frank Caliendo


Overall Blitz: The League II is a substantial improvement over the original game. It's very fun to play and although you'll probably finish campaign mode in a day or two, there's enough online replay value to get you through the season. It won't...

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Karmum (

Blitz: The League II


The original Blitz: The League combined bone-crunching hits and a satisfying experience, which made for an overall great package. The main issue with this sequel is that it feels too much like its predecessor. If you can get past this, what you will...

When your opponents are on the ground, you might be given the option of a late hit. You can run up to the opponent and press the A button. This will initiate a mini-game, in which you will keep hitting A until your opponent either reverses it, or you...

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Eddie Inzauto (

Blitz: The League II


Blitz: The League II is the second in Midway's anti-NFL football franchise, designed to highlight and glamorize the less wholesome aspects of the game. With no NFL license the developers have gone the extra mile to keep things interesting via plenty of...

Different and fun for gamers who seek an alternative to the typical football videogame experience. When that novelty wears away, however, what gamers are left with is a relatively shallow experience waiting to be replaced by the next new thing.

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Steven McGehee (

Blitz The League II


Somewhere in between Madden and Mutant League Football lies Midway's Blitz series. This long running series of fictional players and football teams in a brutal, no holds barred league is making its second appearance now on the Xbox 360 in the form of...

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Steve Berman (

Blitz: The League II


Is Midway's football alternative juiced-up enough to be a guilty pleasure?

Clash Meter and Unleashed Mode provide a gameplay twist; Campaign Mode easy to navigate and customize; injuries are delightfully disgusting

Gameplay and graphics are average; Campaign storyline isnÃ'Â't engaging or original; effects of AI inconsistent and occasionally unfair

Oct, 2008

Expert review by : Joel (

Blitz: The League II


Taking away the NFL license from companies that aren't named EA to me left the door open for creative football games. Now a lot of you may disagree

I am shocked to be giving Blitz: The League II as strong of a score as I am. When Blitz: The League came out on the Xbox 360 it fell a bit flat for me. However everything seems to have been improved for this year’s game, and to me if your looking for a...

Oct, 2008

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Blitz: The League II Review (Xbox 360)


The options are limited for a game company that wants to develop a professional-sports title without any of the fancy licensing in hand. Punting until licenses are secured is one option, but the big, exclusive contracts of today's video-game landscape...

Games are kept close with out-of-nowhere fumbles or dropped balls from the normally-sure-handed—the AI is Big Brother in this case. Deft usage of the right stick can provide for some nifty ball-handler escapes, but it’s still not enough to give the...

Oct, 2008