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Overall, Bill Walsh College Football '95 is unbelievable. Usually at the end of every one of my reviews I tell you whether you should pick the game up or not. Your stock in Genesis sports gaming will skyrocket faster than Brian Kelly if you pick this up. Words can't even describe how I feel about this game. This game would elicit a tearful Hall of Fame acceptance speech. It's that good.
Bill Walsh comes through with a complete, realistic simulation of Division 1A college football, offering enough options and features to pave the way for a National Championship.
If you purchase the original Bill Walsh, the new plays and stats may be enough incentive to reinvest. But if you're one who missed out last year, don't let this improved version fumble through your fingers.
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Bill Walsh '95 is another example of an updated game with improved graphics and new features at the expense of playability. The control in this game just isn't as crisp and precise as the earlier version (which is also a problem with the Genesis version of Madden '94). While, there aren't as many season options as in Sega's new college game, fans of EA's style of cartridge football are sure to like the new "windowless" passing option and the huge number of new plays and formations.