Mutant Football League Dynasty Edition
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Publisher: Nighthawk Interactive
- Dynasty mode - become the coach and gm of your favorite mfl team and guide them to multiple championships becoming the league's next dynasty
- Two player online or four player local multiplayer gives you the choice to clobber One another or team up and crush opposing miscreants
- Select from 24 teams including the nuked London hatriots, the killadephia evil and the new ORLEANS Zombies
- Multiple punishing play modes like exhibition, Practice, playoffs, or try to survive a Full Season
- Play as mfl all-stars wham neutron, Bomb shadowy, ghoulio Bones, and more who dominate the League with their Rising kill counts and ferocious abilities
Mutant Football League - Dynasty Edition launch trailer
Overall, it just feels like there are a lot of missed opportunities in Mutant Football League: Dynasty Edition. The gameplay certainly works, but there's really nothing all that spectacular about it. The violence is there, but it just feels tame even in comparison to a bloodless 20-year-old competitor. The game modes are all genre-standard, but there's really nothing to separate it from a normal sports game. The aesthetics are cool, but there really aren't any differences between players and races apart from cosmetics. It's punny, but not really all that funny. It's a game that's ultimately dragged down by too many buts to really stand out and make a name for itself.
Mutant Football League isn't your ordinary game of football. Player deaths, field hazards, and dirty tricks make this a unique game from others that take place on the gridiron. If you're not a fan of the Dirty Tricks mechanic or are okay with your team being preset instead of drated, then you might not enjoy Dynasty Mode as much, but with Exhibition, Season, and Playoff modes playable without them or several other options, Mutant Football League is still an entertaining game on its own.