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Compared to 16-bit offerings such as Madden '95, you wouldn't want to spend money on QB Club. However, if you're a Game Gear die hard, you'll definitely want to join the Quarterback Club...you won't be sorry.
NFL Quarterback Club for Game Gear is not a football simulation like its older brothers on SNES and Genesis. Instead it's an arcade style football action game that is wide open offensively, but still fairly fun to play. Check it out!
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
If you don't have a football game for the Game Gear, this one would probably be my choice. It's graphics and playability are a little better than the others.
If you have to stretch the pro season onto the Game Gear, there's a better game on Madden's field.
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Other issues include players that disappear from the waist down, and sometimes disappear completely! The ball moves at an angle instead of an arc, which indicates lazy programming. After an incomplete pass, you have to wait for the rolling ball to come to a complete stop before you can continue - for no good reason at all. The option to use X's and O's instead of animated players is ridiculous. NFL Quarterback Club is a playable game, but there's got to be better football action available for the Game Gear.