Summary: Perhaps because I purchased NCAA Football 2004 first, I was disappointed with this game. Maybe if I had bought it first, I would have liked it more. The first time I played it, I really wanted my $30.00 back. The second and third time, I at least tolerated it.
Summary: The gameplay for madden is similar and that may be a good thing for people who are new to the series. But for those of us who are use to madden, this may become a little stale. The worst part of the game is the lack of atmosphere, epecially since EA's other football title NCAA 2004 is so rich in...
Summary: O.k clones, I will dare to go back as far as the "2002 madden game" to make my review, I also been a madden gamer since the mid/late 90's and so far the game I've been the most satisfied with is the 2002 edition of the madden family. No, I didn't care for the 2003 game either.
Summary: I like Madden 2004 but am very disappointed with the historic teams option. When you select a team ex: Redskins '83' they don't use the players names. You would expect to see the players names since that is why your probably playing in that option..
Summary: Sega/ESPN vs. EA/Madden, the ultimate debate. Madden's got better graphics, better extras, and better stats. Not to mention you can build your own stadium and even set the price the fans pay for a burger.
Summary: I would have given this game a 5 star rating normally because it's the most gorgeous, most detailed American football game out there. The animations are superb, the games themselves play like a dream, the learning curve is gradual and playing with a friend or 3 is a great laugh.
Summary: Played Madden NFL 2004 for the PS2 online while on holiday in the USA and purchased this game when I returned to continue to play online with friends around the world, only to find the UK or Pal version doesn't support online gaming ( How disappointing EA ) but decided to keep the game as I’m now...