Bill Walsh College Football
Sega's taking to the college gridiron for the second time. This year they have 32 of college football's top powerhouses. The schedules have been adjusted to reflect the 1994 season, both in school selection and team attributes.
Among those schools included in this year's version are Alabama, Arizona, Auburn, Boston College, BYU, California, Clemson, Colorado, Colorado State, Michigan and Notre Dame, just to name a few.
There are four different types of game-play modes, you can play an exhibition game between any two teams. In the divisional challenge, you can play an 11-game season, striving to make the playoffs. The four divisional winners and four wild-card teams make the playoffs. In this mode, you can either use the default divisions or create your own. As well, there is the race to be number one. You can create your own schedule and compete in a 12-game season in which your goal is to end the season ranked number one. After the season is over, the top eight teams compete in a playoff. The Tournament Mode allows you to compete in a four-team, eight-team, 16-team or 32-team tournament to determine a national champion. Sega offers a multiplayer league option so that up to 32 people can compete in league or tournament play.
During league play, stats are tracked and you will be able to see how the players on your team compare with the league leaders.
A record book will track your best achievements in 19 different categories.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode