Black College Football Xperience: The Game

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
September 25, 2015

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We need more coloreds in gaming.

Wikipedia:

Black College Football Experience (BCFx) is a sports video game centered on the culture of black college football. BCFx was created by Nerjyzed Entertainment, Inc., of Baton Rouge, LA. It features Historically Black Colleges & University (HBCU) football teams from three HBCU conferences including the SWAC, SIAC, and several schools within the MEAC as well as independent HBCUs. The game features nearly 40 teams, bands, interactive halftime shows, stadiums, play-by-play commentary, and ten Classic games such as the Turkey Day Classic, Bayou Classic, Florida Classic, Atlanta Football Classic and the Southern Heritage Classic. BCFx was released on Windows-based PC systems in November 2007. An Xbox 360 version titled “The Doug Williams Edition” was released September 29.

BCFx uses the Unreal Engine 3 game engine.

I wonder if the game was programmed by Blacks?

You know, lots of up and coming Black programmers these days.

Reviews seem kinda racist.

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