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Game Name: AFL Live 2003
Genre: Sports
Players: 1 - 4
Publisher: Acclaim Entertainment
Developer: Acclaim Studios
Description:
AFL Live 2003 is the long awaited, new AFL simulation product. Fully licensed by the AFL, this is the game that allows you to live every bone crunching tackle, every freak goal and every huge grab in front of a packed, screaming grandstand.
It's a fast and furious pace as you play with all 16 AFL clubs and all AFL players as you go head to head, round by round in the ultimate quest of an AFL Premiership. This is probably as close you will ever get to the action that is AFL football. It's tough, it's hard but when you come bursting out of the centre, take three bounces and slam home a goal from just outside the 50, you will know that it is AFL Live 2003.

The Australian Football League
The AFL is without doubt, the highest profile and most successful sporting body in Australia. This is proved by analysis of television ratings where AFL captures 47% and attendance figures where AFL is 13% higher than the best of the other codes. In fact attendance for the 2001 season is expected to reach 6 million people. Recently the TV rights were sold for $500m (an Australian record). In total the AFL captures 60% of advertising and sponsorship money spent across the 4 football codes in Australia.

Kevin Sheedy
Kevin Sheedy is one of the greatest ever AFL coaches. He is not only adept at developing a list that continually regenerates itself, but he is also a brilliant ambassador for his club. Sheedy's record speaks for itself four premierships, including the record-breaking 2000 season, two losing Grand Finals and three preliminary finals, two of them lost by a point. A man of ideas, Sheedy is truly one of football's great characters and thinkers.

In 1999 Kevin Sheedy became Essendon's longest-serving coach in terms of AFL games. He has coached the team to four premierships. He has a winning percentage of more than 60 per cent - the benchmark for all the great coaches - and he has coached the club into the finals 13 times in 19 seasons. Sheedy's great strength has always been to buck convention both as a player and a coach. Be positive, believe in yourself and keep coming up with ideas.

Features:
All the Players from the AFL based on playing lists for the start of the 2002 Season

All the Teams from the AFL

1 4 Players

Force Feedback feature

Play the official 2002 AFL round-by-round fixture

Day and night, wet and dry weather conditions

All the guernseys including both home and away versions where applicable

Same statistics used as the official supplier to the AFL and AFL Clubs so you can fully and realistically analyse your teams performance

Games played in 5 states across Australia across 6 different, realistic football stadiums

Listen to your club song as the teams run out through team banners

Animated crowds with banners, club colours and genuine atmospheric sounds

More than 40 animated characters on the ground more than any other sports game

Cheats to reward game progression ie Moon cheat, Extra kick distance, extra player stamina, new (suburban) ground, improved kicking accuracy

TV broadcast style look and feel of game

Commentary featuring by Channel 10 Football anchor, Stephen Quartermain and ex AFL champion, Garry Lyon from Channel 9

Sydney Swans players Nick Daffy and Paul Williams used for kicking, marking, handballing, running and heaps more motion capture.

Game modes include Season, Finals and Quick Play

And special gameplay strategies devised exclusively for AFL Live 2003 by 3-time Premiership player, 4-time premiership coach, Kevin Sheedy.

 
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