New video game features 'Ron Mexico' Story Tools: Print Email FOXSports.com Posted: 4 hours ago // front-end hack to remove postedTime from Rumors page until a better way can be determined if (document.URL.indexOf("/name/FS/rumors") != -1) document.getElementById("postedTime").style.display = 'none'; "Ron Mexico," the name listed as an alias for Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick in a lawsuit filed by a woman alleging that Vick infected her with a venereal disease, has found its way to into a new video game. Midway's Blitz: The League, which isn't officially sanctioned by the NFL because the league claims it features too much gratuitous violence, includes a team called the Redhawks (that looks like the Falcons) and has "Mexico" as its quarterback. "Mexico" back to pass for the Redhawks. (Midway / Special to FOXSports.com) "No longer bound to the NFL license, there will be no league restrictions on content and gamers will finally experience what makes playing a football video game really fun," Midway CEO Steve Allison told Sports Business Daily. Electronic Arts owns the exclusive video-game license for the NFL, which has forced Midway to be creative with its latest football offering. The game is co-written by Peter Egan, a writer on ESPN's Playmakers series that was not well-received by the NFL. Blitz: The League is due out in October and is sort of football meets Grand Theft Auto, in which players cheat, gamble and do drugs. The game will also include FHM magazine models as cheerleaders and in various major character roles throughout the game's story line. The cover features NFL Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor — a.k.a. New York Nightmare linebacker Quentin Sands — who "plays a large role in evolving story lines that occur both on and off the field," according to a Midway release. The Blitz: The League game summary also gives a pretty good indication of what's in store: "Playing in The League is your dream but you've paid the price. Your arms ache from weight-room reps, and painkillers are blurring your vision. The dirty hits you've laid on QBs are career-enders but they also keep you employed. Two more sacks and you get your bonus, paying for your fast cars and faster lifestyle. Its 4th and 3 and you are up by 7. Stuff the offense, beat your opponents bloody and win at any cost."