Arena Football Xbox is one of the craziest games by EA, ranking right up there with the best of them. The game is licensed by AFL and is one of the best ones EA has ever come up with. It’s just pure adrenaline and over the top action with 8 on 8 action with 6 of the players playing on both sides of the ball. It’s a small 50 yard field enclosed with walls on all sides, and crowds all over the place. The coaches just happen to walk on to the field to try and stop the other field, and you are free to pummel them, knowck them down or anything you want, and more! Arena Football is one crazy game that you’ll never get tired of! You’ll have people tackling others after a touchdown and so much more! For example, in one of the sequences, after scoring a touch-down, the scoring character bows to the crows and goes” I’d like to thank this crowd over here!”, and the turning around “And this crowd over here!” the crowd is going wild when a one of the opponents comes running in and lays it down on the guy celebrating and goes “You’re welcome!” That’s a pretty good summary of what you’ll find this game to be! It’s over the top, it’s crazy, and it’s done incredibly well! There’s no other way to put it. You’ll enjoy Arena Football probably more than most other Xbox games, especially if you’re a football games fan.
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Below are the cheats for Arena Football Xbox. Even though I haven’t been able to test all of the cheats mentionend below, I’ve been informed that all of these work just fine for Arena Football Xbox.
Cheat: Big Ball
You must go to the line of scrimageand enter L TRIGGER, Y BUTTON, UP, UP.
Cheat: Small Ball
You must go to the line of scrimageand enter L TRIGGER, Y BUTTON, DOWN, DOWN.
Cheat: Reset Ball
You must go to the line of scrimageand enter L TRIGGER, Y BUTTON, UP, DOWN.
Cheat: Maxed-out Attributes
In “Play Now” mode, name and load a profile entitled “IronMen”
Unlockable: Albany Firebirds
You have to finish the Be The Reciever Challenge.
Unlockable: Charlotte Rage
You must finish in the Wall Hit Challenge.
Unlockable: Anaheim Pirates
You must finish the Kicking Challenge.
Unlockable: Buffalo Destroyers
You must finish the Jack Linebacker Challenge.
Unlockable: Washington Commandos
You have to finish the Coverage Maneuver Challenge.
Unlockable Extra Teams
Albany Firebirds: Win the “Be the Receiver” challenge.
All Star Champs: Win the ArenaBowl.
Anaheim Piranhas: Win the “Kicking” challenge.
Buffalo Destroyers: Win the “Jack Linebacker” challenge.
Charlotte Rage: Win the “Wall Hit” challenge.
Chicago Bruisers: Get six TDs in one game.
Cincinnati Rockers: Get two rushing TDs in one game.
Cleveland Thunderbolts: Get fifteen receptions in one game with one player.
Columbus Thunderbolts: Get four receptions for a TD with one player.
Connecticut Coyotes: Get 100 rushing yards in one game.
Dallas Texans: Get 300 receiving yards in one game.
Denver Dynamite: Commit no penalties for one game.
Detroit Drive: Get four interceptions in one game.
Florida Bobcats: Return an interception for a TD.
Fort Worth Cavalry: Get six sacks in a game with one player.
Houston Thunderbears: Make eight tackles in a game with one player.
Iowa Barnstormers: Return a fumble for a TD.
Las Vegas Sting: Return a kick for a TD.
Los Angeles Cobras: Kick a 20 yard FG.
Massachusetts Marauders: Kick a 40 yard FG.
Memphis Pharaohs: Force four turnovers in one game.
Milwaukee Mustangs: Complete a 30 yard or greater pass.
Minnesota Fighting Pike: Complete a 40 yard or greater pass.
New England Sea Wolves: Get a safety.
New England Steamrollers: Get five consecutive receptions.
New Jersey Gladiators: Get ten consecutive receptions.
New Jersey Red Dogs: Get fifteen consecutive receptions.
New Orleans Night: Play a game with no interceptions thrown.
New Orleans Voodoo: Kick a 30 yard FG.
New York CityHawks: Play a game with no sacks allowed.
New York Knights: Rush over 50 yards with one player.
Oklahoma Wranglers: Make four defensive stops in one game.
Pittsburgh Gladiators: Get two TDs in one game using “Be The Receiver” mode.
Portland Forest Dragons: Get 25 completions by QB in one game.
Sacramento Attack: Beat an opponent by over 25 points.
San Antonio Force: Get two interceptions by one player.
St. Louis Stampede: Win the “Mac Linebacker” challenge.
Texas Terror: Win the “Telemetry” challenge.
Toronto Phantoms: Get four TDs in one game using “Be The Receiver” mode.
Washington Commandos: Win the “Coverage Maneuver” challenge.
Cocktail parties are relatively easy to plan and host. They involve a intimate group of friends, soft music, chilled drinks, small snacks and dim lights. A cocktail party allows you and your guests to unwind and catch up in a simple yet sophisticated atmosphere. A cocktail party is also a great idea when you are entertaining family, clients or other business associates.
How to Plan a Cocktail Party: The Cocktails
Since it is a cocktail party, you will need cocktails. Having champagne, a variety of wines and your four basic liquors with a variety of mixers is sufficient. The four basic liquors include vodka, gin, rum and whiskey. A bottle of scotch is also a good idea. For champagne, I would recommend a few bottles of a medium champagne and a few bottles of spumanti. Mixers should include cola, diet cola, seven up, orange juice, sours mix and cranberry juice. Your variety of wines should include a few bottles each of merlot, red zinfandel, white zinfandel, cabernet, chardonnay, reisling, pinot noir and pinot grigio.
How to Plan a Cocktail Party: Decorations and Invitations
The invitations you use to invite your guests should be simple yet sophisticated. They should reflect the overall theme of the cocktail party and should be repeated in the decorations. Decorating for a cocktail party is easy and it inevitably sets to mood for the event. Keep your decorations simple and try to stay away from themes such as Hawaiian or Asian. If your cocktail party is for a holiday, be sure to only use limited holiday-themed decorations. I would recommend some simple center pieces, a few vases with red and white flowers, simple fireplace decorating (if you have one) and some decorations for the tables. Table decorations can include table cloths and confetti (not in bright colors).
How to Plan a Cocktail Party: Food
Though the focus of a cocktail party is not food you will need some. Finger foods and chips and dips are good ideas. Finger foods can include a cheese tray, a sandwich tray, a vegetable tray, a fresh fruit tray, mini egg rolls, a bread tray, mixed nuts, pretzels, chips and crackers with dips, chicken wings (with a variety of sauces on the side) and sushi. Make sure to have some plastic butter knives and forks, small plates and napkins available for your guests.
How to Plan a Cocktail Party: Dress and Ambiance
All of the cocktail parties I plan are business casual. Meaning most women will wear cocktail dresses and the men will wear dress shirts and slacks. This helps to add a little sophistication to the mix. Clothing also gives people some to talk about. When it comes to ambiance, keep the lights low, start a fire if you have a fireplace, place a few candles around the room and use a red and champagne color scheme.
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