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Mutant League Football

Mutant League Football (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Sports, Football
Developer: Electronic Arts


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Mutant League Football review

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jaksiel says: "The most fun way of killing the opposing players are the Nasty Audibles. These are ''plays'', used once per half, that you can call prior to the snap that have various interesting effects on the resulting plays. The most mundane of these merely enhance the ball carrier's ability, such as giving him Super Speed. The main attractions are the violent ones."
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