Justin Lee On November 6, 2006 at 11:07 am

Midway Games sends word that the amazing arcade style football series Blitz: The League for the Xbox 360.

Midway Games Inc., a leading interactive entertainment industry publisher and developer, today announced that it has shipped Blitz: The League for the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. Bill Romanowski, a 4–time Super Bowl champion and arguably one of the most feared linebackers to play the game, joins Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor as co-cover athlete of Blitz: The League for the Xbox 360 which delivers a host of new features, including new cities, All-Star teams, and achievement points.

"With over a million games sold on current generation systems, Blitz: The League proved to the industry that fans desire an alternative in the licensor censored, watered–down sports genre," said Steve Allison, chief marketing officer, Midway. "We’re excited to now offer that alternative title on the Xbox 360, complete with the award-winning quality of gameplay and entertainment Blitz: The League is recognized as having."

Blitz: The League Media Feedback:

* "Midway Games Inc. has created a video game the National Football League would never allow." – Chicago Tribune
* "Blitz: The League will include all the things the NFL doesn’t want you to think about." – San Jose Mercury News
* "Blitz delivers action as dirty as the mud in the end zone with a story that charges gamers to turn a down–and–out football franchise into a dynasty." – Stuff Magazine
* "It’s football like you’ve never seen and the NFL hopes you never will." – Spin

Midway’s Blitz: The League Overtime for the PSP is expected to ship in December 2006. Blitz: The League is currently also available for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and the Xbox video game system from Microsoft.

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