Group: Front Page Sports Series

Group description


Front Page Sports is a sports series developed by Dynamix. Launching with Front Page Sports: Football in 1992, it expanded to a range of different sports over the years. Namely:

Football

- Front Page Sports: Football
- Front Page Sports: Football Pro
- Front Page Sports: Football Pro 95
- Front Page Sports: Football Pro 96
- Front Page Sports: Football Pro 97
- Front Page Sports: Football Pro 98

The Final title, titled NFL Football Pro 99, was released after the Front Page Sports brand was discontinued and replaced by the Sierra Sports series. However it was retracted from the shelves due to the countless bugs it was released with. A planned Football Pro 2000 game was canceled shortly after the retraction of the 99 release.


Baseball

- Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro 94
- Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro 94: Stadiums and Legends expansion
- Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro 96
- Front Page Sports: Baseball Pro 98


Fishing

- Trophy Bass
- Front Page Sports: Trophy Bass 2
- Front Page Sports: Trophy Bass 2: The Northern Lakes expansion
- Front Page Sports: Trophy Rivers

The Trophy Bass series continued after Sierra signed an agreement with Field & Stream magazine, with Trophy Bass 3D, Trophy Bass 4 and Trophy Bass 5, all which were released under the new Field & Stream brand, along with Sierra's hunting games, such as Trophy Buck. Also a Field & Stream: Trophy Marlin was announced but never released as a result of the 1999 Sierra shake-up that saw many planned titles being canceled and studios restructured, downsized or closed.


Golf

- Front Page Sports: Golf - Front Page Sports: Golf: Pasatiempo Golf Club expansion
- Front Page Sports: Golf: Coeur D'Alene expansion
- Front Page Sports: Golf: Black Diamond Ranch expansion

Golf titles, released from 1999 on, were no longer part of the Front Page Sports series and were titled PGA Championship Golf under the Sierra Sports brand.


Ski Racing

- Front Page Sports: Ski Racing

A later expanded edition, titled "Ski Racing: Extreme Edition" was no longer part of the Front Page Sports series, but rather released under the new Sierra Sports brand.


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