- In a video released on Wednesday, the NFL’s Carolina Panthers used 16 different video games to show off their regular season matchups.
- Most of the games are retro titles from the 90s, but there are some references to modern games, like “Pokémon Go.”
- The NFL season kicks off on September 5, and tickets for the Panthers are available now.
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The Carolina Panthers chose an unusual method to reveal their 2019 schedule to fans: a 90-second mashup video showcasing each of their upcoming matchups as if it were a matchup in a video game.
Most of the games referenced are 90s classics – including “Mortal Kombat” and “Tony Hawk Pro Skater” – but there are some newer games in the video too, like “Pokémon Go” and “Words with Friends.”
I’m pretty sure I managed to name all 16 games in the video, but feel free to check the video for yourself to see how many you recognise before reading the full list below.
Week 1: “California Games” versus the Los Angeles Rams
Week 2: “Pitfall” versus the Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Week 3: “Daytona USA” versus the Arizona Cardinals
Week 4: “Tony Hawk Pro Skater” versus the Houston Texans
Week 5: “Madden NFL” versus the Jacksonville Jaguars
Week 6: “FIFA” versus the Baltimore Ravens
Week 7: Bye week
Week 8: “Oregon Trail” versus the San Francisco 49ers
Week 9: “NBA Jam” versus the Tennessee Titans
Week 10: “Wrestlemania 2000” versus the Green Bay Packers
Week 11: “Pokémon Go” versus the Atlanta Falcons
Week 12: “Goldeneye” versus the New Orleans Saints
Week 13: “Mario Kart” versus the Washington Redskins
Week 14: “Pac-Man” versus the Atlanta Falcons
Week 15: “Sonic the Hedgehog” versus the Seattle Seahawks
Week 16: “Words with Friends” versus the Indianapolis Colts
Week 17: “Mortal Kombat II” versus the New Orleans Saints
The NFL Season will officially kick-off on September 5; tickets for the Panthers are available now.
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