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If you're looking for an update of NFL '95 or just one of the best football sims around, then Prime Time is your pick.
Primetime almost took the title with its extra sass, but the game is just a step behind EA's games with depth of play and footbal immersion.
All Game Guide
Prime Time isn't a big improvement over NFL '95, but it is definitely the better game. The challenge that was lacking in the previous title is here in spades, making this game the choice for Sega fans who demand a competitive single-player experience.
While Prime Time still isn't the total NFL package that Madden is, it provides a solid NFL experience. Players looking for an in-depth gridiron sim won't be disappointed.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Neon Deion gets his own game, but can the name sell the game? Well, for one thing, the overall game play has changed, offering more challenge and realism for this sport. It's an obvious improvement over NFL '95. You have total control of the team from drafts, trades or any team's playbook.
The Video Game Critic
The action is more uptempo than NFL '95 (Sega, 1994), but the animation is choppy and the ball occasionally launches itself into the air for no apparent reason. Sega must have been focusing their efforts on the Saturn system when they released Prime Time NFL. This game needed a heck of a lot more than a celebrity endorsement.