Black College Football: BCFX: The Xperience

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Black College Football: BCFX: The Xperience
Black College Football BCFX The Xperience Game Cover.jpg
The cover of The Doug Williams Edition for the Xbox 360
Developer(s)Nerjyzed Entertainment
Publisher(s)Aspyr Media
EngineUnreal Engine 3
Platform(s)Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows
  • NA: September 29, 2009[1]
Genre(s)Sports video game
Mode(s)Single player, multiplayer

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.[2] 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.


BCFX reception by critics was mixed, receiving a 3.5/10 by IGN[3] and a 5.5/10 by Official Xbox Magazine. Negative reviews claimed poor AI and gameplay implementation, while positive critiques noted that the game "looks fairly sharp" visually, and that the developer "built in a pretty entertaining playable halftime show," with a "pretty nifty in-game museum with good info on the schools, their players, and their history."

Teams on BCFX[edit]


  1. ^ "Black College Football: BCFX: The Xperience Data". GameFaqs. p. 1. Retrieved 2009-05-23.
  2. ^ Tax Credit for Digital Media Lures Videogame Firm to Baton Rouge, Raymund Flandez, the Wall Street Journal, January 10, 2008.
  3. ^ Jeff Haynes. Black College Football: The Experience – The Doug Williams Edition Review, IGN Xbox 360, October 19, 2009.