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BCFX: The Doug Williams Edition by Aspyr Media




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BCFX: The Doug Williams Edition is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 10.
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  • Platform: Xbox 360 , Xbox One
  • Publisher: Aspyr Media
  • Developer: Nerjyzed
  • Category: Sports , Football
  • Players:1-2 Players

Product Details:

BCFx - The Doug Williams Edition is a first-of-its-kind game that immerses players in the rich culture, history and pageantry of football game day on Historically Black College and University (HBCU) campuses. The game fuses realistic, bone-jarring football action created using the Unreal 3.0 engine with two unique new rhythm games - the interactive Halftime Show and Drum Line Challenge. In addition, a wealth of historical data has been integrated in the Legacy Museum and dozens of licensed tracks performed by college football's most entertaining marching bands are included in the game's Jukebox.

  • Authentic Gameday Experience - Realistic gridiron action puts you in the heart of the game while authentic stadiums, fight songs, marching bands and dynamic crowds immerse you in a true game day experience.
  • Halftime is still Game Time - Super human band drills and drum major performances will keep you in your seat for the halftime show. Compete in an interactive band challenge for second half momentum or sit back and enjoy the show.
  • Drumline Challenge - Battle it out in a head-to-head, rhythm-based mini game. Features more than 100 authentic drum cadences and songs from which to choose.
  • Legacy Museum - Experience a tribute to the great institutions represented in the game and learn more about legendary players such as Doug Williams, Jerry Rice and immortal coach Eddie Robinson.


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Number of Players
1-2 Players
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lacking... I had such high hopes for this game, being that I attended an HBCU and also played on the football team, but this one was just lacking refinement. The graphics were not up to next gen par and the controls were very choppy. If anything, I would compare the gaming experience of BCFX to NCAA Football 04. I just believe they tried to do way too much in a single game. The halftime shows were fun and the title itself had me a little reminiscent of being on that field on game day. The only reason I will be keeping this game is purely for nostalgia.
Date published: 2012-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BCFX: The Doug Williams Edition man I really like this game its different if you like football and bands its pretty cool
Date published: 2011-03-30
Rated 1 out of 5 by from help i really was liking this game because it had all tha black school that ncaa did not,when i played it i was like got dam this game really need some help u cant even pass tha ball right and when u dont do it right the other team get tha ball.
Date published: 2011-03-01
Rated 1 out of 5 by from If You Build It They Will Come Ok, I don't know whats fitting to write by your standards, but this is about getting a second chance to make a first immpression. BCFX made a horable first impression. I mean I understand the concept, but the game as a whole just looks thrown together. When you look at the game of football and then take into account the leaps and bounds that the video gaming industry has made over the years, there is no explanation whatsoever that justify the release of this game the way it is. Look how far the industry has come; from Nintendos 10 yard fight and Techmo Bowl, to XBOX 360 and Madden and NCAA. First of all this is a FOOTBALL GAME, why is the emphasis on the BAND and the HALF TIME SHOW. Don't get me wrong, I love the band and the half time show, but this is a football game and that is where MOST of the grunt work should have been. Second, there are no football teams nor bands that come out of the grass fields before ANY game. The football teams come out of locker rooms, and the bands the bands come form the busses, line up, play while marching on their way to the stands. Third, NO team has the same playbook and NO two players are the same size. You have a decorated college and superbowl quaterback/coach endorcing this game, it should not look like or play like something my 6 year old son would play. Fourth, the gameplay. The wideouts can't catch, the O line can't block, why do they iceskate across the field. Bottom line is this, make a better game. Start from scratch, look at other games that have come before you and take what they did and make it better. Go back and look at previous companys of the PAST, NOT NOW. WATCH the gameplay; the pocket that the O line forms, the way the O line runs out to block on toss plays, the way the defensive backs jam the receivers, the different ways to disguise a defense, the exclusive plays for each team. Add all that with the bands and the half time show, you have an unmatched game for the ages. All I'm saying is if you BUILD IT THEY WILL COME
Date published: 2010-01-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Needs Work I really enjoy the game. It's nice to play a football game that is not made by EA. There are some good points and bad points to the game. I like how the recievers catch a long pass in stride, run blocking is nice, playbooks are nice, and the half time show is pretty fun. Now the bad. The game appears to be made as a spur of the moment game. The controls are a little delayed, difficult to switch players, no hard count, the field appears to be short (but it's not), and most of all, there is no online challenges. If you are a gamer who likes to play other people on line, steer away from this game. If you are just a huge football fan (like I am) then I recommend this game. It is fun and there are different game modes. The online part is very important, especially to current gamers, and that is what will ultimately hurt this game. I feel this game had a lot of potential to be better than what it is. I just feel that there was minimal time put in making this game with wanting to produce an average football game. It's too bad, we need another football game, that is not made by EA, to take off and have a series of it.
Date published: 2009-10-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally a game that the whole family can enjoy My two daughters ages 10 & 13 love the drumline challenge in this game. The Rockband drums worked and played great with the game. I am amazed that you do not have be a gamer to enjoy this game. The halftime band performances are a cinematic wonder. The Guys who ever game up this, must be commented! There is so much in this game - Junk box, Drumline challenge, football, and Halfttime Band performances. The educational component in the Virtual Museum must viewed and studied by all. As a gamer, I have never played a game that was geared to both sexes,all ages as well non gamers-just watch the Halftime in HD. For all of critics out there, if your thinking is one dimensional, this game is not for you for it is a paradigm shift in comparison to the status Q. This game is for the whole family to enjoy so you better be prepared to purchase mutiple copies to keep down the complaining. It has already started and I just purchased the game yesterday.
Date published: 2009-10-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The spirit is strong but the football is weak I too am an HBCU grad who had high hopes for BCFX. The songs from each team took me back to when I used to sit in the stands and enjoy the band while glancing at the football game (the stands were more exciting - lol ). It is refreshing to see real stadiums that I've visited in the past and present. By far the band experience is the high light of this football game. However, the game play leaves me wanting so much more. This game cannot stand next its competition. It tries to do too much at once, football and band mini game. The animation is often choppy with no momentum (physics is lacking). Receivers run interesting routes with far too many incomplete passes, even when wide open. In all BCFX is a good first, but needs far more polish.
Date published: 2009-10-06
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Worth buying only for the Haftime Show As an alumnus of an HBCU, I had no choice but to purchase it. I marched in the band and majority of the songs I heard brought back some serious memories! I enjoyed the band experience on the game. By far, its the best feature on there but I like a challenge and the football experience was not up to par. No comparison to NCAA or Madden obviously, but it could have been developed much better. There were many features to the football segment that was left out that made that portion a disappointment. One issue I had with the game is its uniqueness to every school. The only thing I saw different, other than the players and uniforms, was each stadium. Thats a positive but the uniqueness to the band was not implemented. Each band is different. The song selection for each band was unique but the marching style could have been more in tune to that particular band. The graphics were not great. Looked like a Playstation 2 graphic type game. The commenatators were horrible. The band experience was the best feature to this game!
Date published: 2009-10-05
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