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Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka

Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka

Sega Saturn cover art


Developer(s) Digital Pictures
Publisher(s) Digital Pictures
Platform(s) PC (DOS), Saturn, 3DO
Release date(s) DOS:
Saturn:
Genre(s) Sports
Mode(s) Single-player

Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka is a 1995 football game published by Digital Pictures for the Sega Saturn, 3DO and DOS. It features Mike Ditka as head coach of the player's team. The only player players can control is the quarterback and the defense is rendered in full motion video.

The game was developed on a budget of two million dollars.[1] The video footage was filmed over two weeks.[1] When asked if it was difficult to call up his usual energy when working with a film crew instead of a real game-day situation, Mike Ditka said, "I've been called a lot of things, and being called 'an actor' has been one of them. It's not that hard to do, really."[2]

Footage from the game was used in the film Game Over.

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