The Campaign For A College Basketball Video Game Begins

March 17, 2016 - Spokane, WA: A game ball with the NCAA tournament logo in the background, one day prior to the start of the 2016 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament games at the Spokane Arena.


College football will be making its long-awaited return to the video game world sometime this summer.

As fans are counting down the days to finally running their favorite Sun Belt Conference offense, it is time for us to unite on another project.

It is time to create a movement, a movement that will shatter the space-time continuum.

It is now time to bring college basketball back to the video game arena.

The Campaign Begins

Listen, we don’t care about the nuts and bolts of the situation. Players can now be paid to entertain us like the professionals they hope to be someday.

Now is the time to feed the bloodthirsty creatures known as college sports fans. I’m ready to pull an all-nighter again, playing my way into the head coaching position at Kentucky.

I’m ready to watch my “One Shining Moment” montage after cutting down the nets in my virtual world.

We don’t care if it says 2K Sports or EA Sports. We just want a reason to bring out our best Dick Vitale impressions while quieting down a rowdy crowd on the road.

Let me paint you a picture. It’s Black Friday 2009, you’re 16, and you and your brother make the midnight drive to Walmart while also stopping for some breakfast burritos from McDonald’s.

You didn’t know it yet, but this would be the last time you would ever buy a new college basketball video game.

Now, you’re 30, and you have your cake, and you want to eat it too. The time for silence is over. Now is the time for us to push for what is rightfully ours. Give us a college basketball video game, and give it to us now!

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