Summary: The First Time I played this I was at my cousin's house. It was so fun. Then on June 2, 2004 I was in a Blockbuster store and they had games to buy. This was one of them. I bought it and I played it. It was still fun.
Summary: Let me first begin by saying that I have played both football games. I bought Madden the first day it came out and was hooked out. Owner mode turned me into Jerry Jones. But about 4 months later, I found ESPN foootball for a measly $8. I called up my best friend and we got hooked. I love the openning to sequence with an aerial view of the stadium, watching the players get pumped, and the commentary. My jaw dropped. Gameplay - The best I have ever seen.
Summary: i bought this game because of the details behind it, the stadiums are awesome and the players look very real, at first it feels like you are watching an actual espn game ( how cliche), but its not realistic sometimes, i mean i know that INTS are common and its part of the game, but for some reason i always end up throwing about 4 a game!!!! especially when im close to scoring i mean those LB.
Summary: I own both EA Sports College Football 2003 & ESPN NFL Football 2003 (Sega's 2K-series). In fact, I've been purchasing these two titles for the last three years. The reason I'm pointing this out is because I know what both EA and ESPN have to offer, so I can offer a fair assessment. The main thing I want to point out is that BOTH EA & ESPN offer top notch games...period. There is a lot of entertainment, depth, and value in the games that these companies produce.
Summary: The game has great positives, most of which you can find in these pages. Here are the negative aspects of the game - and assume everything else is OK. *Franchise mode: the trading is not very realistic (but better than 2K3), nor are the salary progressions. why doesn't another team ever make an offer to me aside from the trading block?
Summary: After playing the 'ESPN Football',it reminded me of the early 1990's 'Sega games'. You have unlimited ability to 'create player' and 'edit player',meaning you can give your player's 100% superior ability. It's not limited like 'Madden Football',where you get a certain amount of points to 'create a player'. One flaw I noticed about this game is 'overtime',the A.I.
Summary: This game is really fun to play, I rented it for just 2 days and played half a season already. Some high points on the game are the graphics. The graphics are amazing, and a step above Madden 2004 in my opinion. There is awesome animations, if you score a touchdown, the player might jump in the crowd, show the home team fans cheering, or they may dance around. They also show cheerleaders, and players on the sidelines talking. Another high point are the halftimes.
Summary: This game is insanely fun. I never thought I'd find a football game equal to Madden, but Espn Football Quickly shattered that thought. Controls and Graphics: If you have ever played Madden you will be right at home here. The controls are almost identical and are very simple to learn. The graphics are excellent. The ESPN look and feel really add a lot to the game. It really enhances the feeling that you are controlling a real game. Gameplay: The gameplay is very fun.
Summary: I've played some 'football game' video games,and this thing is 'user friendly'. I noticed in a lot of other video games,you have to press alot of buttons to make the 'football player' spin,tackle,run,speed burst which confuses you after awhile. In this game,all you have to do is manuevre the 'player',the computer tackles,runs,catches(when your the reciever),computer releases ball at right time(when your the quarterback),which makes it easier to play this game.