Quarterback Club 98 is one of my favorite NFL video games of all time right next to NFL Blitz and Madden NFL. Acclaim proved how it's titles was being improved with this game. Not the best game but a very good one, and you can play for four players with either family or friends. It was far entertaining visiting friends back then and there was no such thing as online gaming, which actually I find kind of boring in a way.
Gameplay. Players can choose one of their 30 favorite teams such as the New York Giants, New England Patriots, and more. Players can also create custom teams sing color schemes of the 30 NFL teams found in the game. Teams' playbooks, stadiums, and initials (shown next to a team's score during gameplay) can be edited, and a team may contain up to 55 players. Players can be put onto a team from any of the 30 teams already in the game, as well as Free Agents (including created players).
Design. The game's graphics are quite advanced for it's time. I like the instant replays that you can see, and I also remember watching instant replay where it looked like you powerbombed players. Ha ha ha.
Sound and Music. The music theme is very memorable, and it fits the football setting. Also, voice commentary in the game was provided by Marv Albert.
Rantings. Though the game is good, the passing physics were not very well done because it almost seemed like every pass was incomplete at times. The AI intelligence was not too big either, because sometimes, games against the CPU seemed too easy.
Good Aspects. The graphics, sounds, music are very well made. The game's replay value is moderately high, and it is fun to play it with four players especially. This is a game that I highly remember when I was 12 years old back in 1998. I truly wish it was in the Virtual Console for the Wii.
Overall. NFL Quarterback Club 98 gets a 7 out of 10.