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Video Game Vintage Title All-Pro Football 2K8

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All-Pro Football 2K8

All-Pro Football 2K8

All-Pro Football 2K8 is a football game for seventh generation consoles and the spiritual successor to the ESPN NFL 2K series. APF2K8 is the first football game to be published by 2K Sports since EA Sports purchased exclusive licenses to the intellectual properties of the NFL and NFLPA. John Elway, Barry Sanders, and Jerry Rice appear on the cover. The cover's art style is similar to Blitz: The League.


The game received generally positive reviews from critics. The gameplay of APF2K8 is very similar to the game play of Visual Concepts' previous title, ESPN NFL 2K5. However, All-Pro Football 2K8 has received criticism by many because of the game's lack of features previously made possible by way of the NFL license. Most notably, the lack of a multi-season Franchise Mode as seen in competing titles such as Madden NFL 08 and NCAA Football 08 is a large omission, given ESPN NFL 2K5 contained a similar Franchise Mode. 2K Sports and Visual Concepts chose to omit a franchise mode because since the game revolves around the use of legends from different eras, they felt there would be no rational way for the legends to develop or age, therefore a franchise mode with aging no-namers and immortal legends would be non-sensical. Unfortunately, 2K failed to consider that simply starting the legends off at their draft ages would've resolved the supposed issue; the failure to see such a solution was but one of many highly criticized blunders the 2K sports development team made with All Pro Football 2K8. As of October 3, 2007, APF 2K8 has a score of 74/100 on Metacritic and 75% on Game Rankings.

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