The AFL gave the NFL a run for its money back in the 1960's, stealing top players left and right up until 1970, when a merger between the two resulted in the formation of the NFC and AFC. EA Sports celebrates the AFL on September 24th with the release of the AFL Legacy pack, which takes players back to a time when there wasn't nearly as much color in football.
Along with the eight original AFL teams - the Buffalo Bills, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs (as the Dallas Texans), New England Patriots (as the Boston Patriots), New York Jets (as the Titans of New York), Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans (as the Houston Oilers) - the AFL Legacy pack also introduces 1960's-style presentation elements, with a film-grain camera, orange-striped AFL referees, and official AFL markings on the field.
All of this plus new trophies and achievements for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation3. Look for the AFL Legacy Pack to go on sale September 24th for 560 Microsoft points or $6.99.