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2nd Black College Football Video Game: The Doug Williams Edition

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Nerjyzed Entertainment, Inc. and CEO/Founder Jacqueline Beauchamp have done it again! On November 28, 2008, NEI debuted their 2nd Black College Football Video Game titled “The Doug Williams Experience” (BCFx). It was publicly introduced as part of the 35th Annual State Farm Bayou Classic at the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans. Celebrity host Stan Verrett (ESPN Sports Anchor) and Grambling State University Alumnus (and Superbowl XXII MVP) Doug Williams were part of the exclusive launch party.

NEI’s first release was only available for the PC which frustrated many gamers. However, with the 2nd release that is no longer a hurdle as it is available for the Xbox 360. Additionally, it is also compatible with the popular Rock Band Drum Set enabling an enhanced experience for the Drumline feature. The game will ship with 35 songs (65 musical), feature a look at the culture of HBCUs themselves and include a Museum section with histories of the schools.

NEI has set a goal of selling 500,000 units and will need your support to help get them there. Be certain to be one of the first to get your game by ordering here.

Update 3.7.09We just received an email from Nerjyzed Entertainment’s Promotions and Events Manager in response to all of our reader’s comments about getting this game. NE told us that preorders are available at www.bcfxgame.com and that the release date will soon be announced. Stay tuned.

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10 responses

  1. Anonymous

    Did you know that as of 2007 the video game industry was a 30+ billion dollar market and is projected to reach 42 billion by 2010 yet less then 2% of developers are African American even though African Americans are amongst the largest consumers of consoles and video game software? With the creation of BCFX a unique game with realistic game play and head-to-head Drum-Line competition, Nerjyzed is asking for your help in breaking the mode.

    “The game is an authentic Black College Football Experience with 35 actual HBCU’s football teams and bands represented. The music in the game consists of real HBCU band recordings that “make you feel like you’re actually at the stadium” said Ezra Jay, who is the music producer of Nerjyzed.

    Now we need your help to kick-off our grassroots campaign to drive support and awareness to our nations HBCU’s and the many careers involved with video game development. Can we all agree that our African American youth desperately need more options and inspiration in today’s economy?

    Join us in this movement to open doors for our young people to get into this billion dollar industry by paying homage to the Black College Football Experience.

    January 5, 2009 at 11:39 pm

  2. when is this game coming out

    February 23, 2009 at 4:53 am

  3. John Battle

    When will this item be shipping? I have already place my order

    March 2, 2009 at 8:56 pm

  4. Eugene Hester III

    where can i get a order form so i can buy the game if so here is cell number 318-331-2967 my address is 2315 Fort Miro St Monroe La 71201. i have the pc game but i got to have the 360 game for me & my son

    March 6, 2009 at 5:30 pm

  5. HELLO,
    WHERE CAN I PURCHASE THE X-BOX GAME FOR MYSELF AND WHEN WILL IT
    BE OUT IN STORES. (BCFX 2nd EDITION DOUG WILLIAMS)
    THANKS,LEGARY DIGGS

    March 7, 2009 at 4:02 pm

  6. I’ve pre-ordered BCFx on my local gamestop. I’m also helping to promote BCFX. Cool site. Later Anthony

    May 23, 2009 at 2:04 am

  7. Anonymous

    how many black football team do thet have

    July 23, 2009 at 2:10 am

  8. Ugenshim

    Does this mean this game will only contain african american players or some white players?

    July 26, 2009 at 2:11 am

  9. missliz

    Will it be available for the Wii system? We hope so, my son can hardly wait!

    January 13, 2010 at 10:37 pm

  10. Coachmilan0Mike

    The band moves better than the football players. Should been called the Black College Band experience. Since they put more time on developing the band.

    January 22, 2011 at 2:59 pm

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