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|System(s): Sega Dreamcast|
|Peripherals supported: Jump Pack, Visual Memory Unit, Dreamcast VGA Box|
|Number of players: 1-4|
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NFL 2K is an American football game for the Sega Dreamcast. It was not released in Europe. During development it was known by the slightly longer title, NFL 2000.
A the time of development, American football games on the PlayStation or Nintendo 64 would typically have around 250 animations (according to Visual Concepts). NFL 2K by contrast, has between 1,500 and 1,700 motion-captured animations from 14 different athletes (captured during the course of 16 days).
- Main article: NFL 2K/Magazine articles.
|Sega Retro Average|
| Based on|
|Dreamcast, US (Sega All Stars)|
|Dreamcast, JP (Dorikore)|
- File:ODCM US 02.pdf, page 103
- Press release: 1999-09-02: Sega Dreamcast Launch Titles and Peripherals
- File:NextGeneration US 54.pdf, page 23
- File:ODCM US 02.pdf, page 17
- File:CVG UK 218.pdf, page 103
- File:DCM_JP_20000121_2000-02.pdf, page 24
- File:Dorimaga JP 20021011 2002-18.pdf, page 33
- File:DreamcastMagazine UK 04.pdf, page 64
|American Football games published by Sega|
|Joe Montana Football (Mega Drive) (Master System/Game Gear) (DOS) (1990) | Joe Montana II Sports Talk Football (1991) | NFL Sports Talk Football '93 Starring Joe Montana (1992) | Joe Montana's NFL Football (1993) | NFL Football '94 Starring Joe Montana (1993) | NFL '95 (1994) | Prime Time NFL Football Starring Deion Sanders (1995) | NFL '97 (1996) | NFL 98 (1997)|
|Joe Montana NFL Football (IBM PC) (unreleased)|
|College Football's National Championship (1994) | College Football's National Championship II (1995) | NCAA College Football 2K2 (2001) | NCAA College Football 2K3 (2002)|
|NFL 2K Series|
|NFL 2K (1999) | NFL 2K1 (2000) | NFL 2K2 (2001) | NFL 2K3 (2002) | ESPN NFL Football (2003) | ESPN NFL 2K5 (2004)|