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As time goes by you really d start to learn the effects of various play positions and actions, and though you never would have believed it, terms like 'downtown' and 'standard 3-4' come to mean something to you. But even if you've never had any interest in playing or understanding America's beefy national sport, Cyberball's play-your-mates competitions, speedy choice-making and futuristic quirkiness should hold your attention. And the dancing cybercheerleader show at half time beats the hell out of Billy Joel.
Passes, completions and other fundamental aspects of the game are sometimes erratic -- one of many reasons football purists will scoff. However, the game is undeniable fun for arcade-style sports enthusiasts. The cabinet has two monitors, enabling up to four players to join in at once.
Sound, as with most Atari games is good, with nice jingles and the gruff metallic voice of the quarterback (8-16-24 hup, hup, hup etc). Whether you like American Football or not, Cyberball is a tough and very challenging game which I recommend highly.