Eight of the Best Sports Games Ever Created

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Who didn’t love to play Wii Sports? Or MLB featuring Ken Griffey, Jr. Some of these are some of the best sports games ever that still hold up! See if yours made the list
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Major League Baseball featuring Ken Griffey, Jr. (N64, 1998)

This game has some of the best hitters ever in its roster. Along with Griffey, there’s Edgar Martinez, Frank Thomas and Barry Bonds.
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NBA 2K8 (XBox 360, 2007)

Start out in franchise mode and go through an entire season. You’ll spend hours on trades, picking teams, playing and more!
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FIFA ’08 (PS3, 2008)

If soccer is your thing, then play some Fifa. This game has killer graphics, great move sets and a free kick feature that lets you place the ball anywhere.
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NBA Hangtime (N64, 1997)

Create characters or use the roster. Make crazy dunks and listen to some of the crazy commentary in video game history. (fyi, this has a killer soundtrack also)
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Wii Sports (Nintendo Wii, 2006)

Wii Sports is everything. Play bowling, baseball, golf and tennis. This game is perfect for those holiday get togethers.
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Bill Walsh College Football (Sega Genesis 1994)

The kicks were easy, but this game was probably one of the few where you can score in triple digits.
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International Track and Field (PS2, 2000)

This game will actually make you tired and sore. Just from the buttons on the comptroller alone. The swimming event will literally push you.
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Mike Tyson’s Punch Out (NES, 1997)

Play as Mike while you beat up a crazy cast of chracters. Need to take out your stress on something? This is the game for you!
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