Summary: I bought this out of nostalgia because I used to have it on XBox. It plays as I remember it. Problem is I can't seem to save anything because it thinks I don't have enough memory which makes no sense.
Summary: I'm writing this review on behalf of my 11 year old son. He and his brother bought a GameCube several months ago as a very affordable way to get a gaming console and inexpensive used games. They've been very happy with this game. They say the graphics and sound are both very good and have a lot of fun playing it. The game allows for up to four players and allows instant replays.
Summary: The game is great, the graphic could be a little better but me computer suck so with a good computer is would rock. No hit or truck stick but i like it that way. Simple. Godd keybord mode too.
Summary: This game is really fun graphics rule gamplay is fun but running is hard I play as the 95 cowboys with Emmit Smith but my run game is still not that great. Passing is easy exsept when I throw to the middle and the ref gets in the way but still good passing. Defense is a different story running D is ok but they still get like 5 or 6 yards except a few negative yard plays. pass D is embarrasing they break big ones make impossible tipped passes.
Summary: This is very dull. The graphics are attrocious and the game play, don't even get me started on it.The extras are dull, the soundtrack is a bore (except for the anthem by GC, and their leads Joel and Benji probably could have made a better game) So in conclusion buy this game if you want to die a dull and painful death.
Summary: Madden NFL 2003 is one of the best sports games I've ever played. In this game, you can work through 30 years of career stats and player progress. you can even draft,contract,sighn free agents,creat your players, creat pay rolls and trade players with tips from your scouting staff. All this is great, but too play a good game of foot ball, you should have each period about 8-10 minutes long.
Summary: Frequent lock-ups and total system crashes. This is the only (retail) software that I've experienced these problems with since the days of DOS. When it is running there are quite a few details that give the impression it is a beta version that was never completely finished before hitting the shelves. EA tech support operates under the "no not us, somebody else" method of problem solution.