UGO writes: "When I was handed my copy of Midway's Blitz: The League II to review this past week, we were talking about older, "arcade"-style football games from years gone by, particularly the underappreciated Jerry Glanville's Pigskin Footbrawl, which was actually more medieval rugby than football. I joked that if Blitz were lousy enough I would spend my small amount of real estate here not to review the steaming turd but to give a retrospective on this forgotten gem. We all had a good chuckle and I went on my way, ready to give this arcade-style football game a try. So how was it?
Jerry Glanville's Pigskin Footbrawl for the Sega Genesis was a port of the arcade hit Pigskin 621 AD: Ancient Archrivals on a Rampage, and what a port it was. Featuring some of the hardest hitting action around, the excitement from this game never let's up. Probably the best thing about Pigskin Footbrawl is.... "