Excerpt: I was not sure if I would approve of how EA Sports changed Madden NFL when All-Play was announced. I was so hesitant that I did not jump on Madden NFL 09 All-Play when it was first released. When I saw the game on clearance at Target I picked it up. I am very glad that I did.
Conclusion: In the end, the Madden Franchise has been a tremendous success for all involved. EA has done a great job in Madden All-Play 2009 for the Wii by taking the motion controls and skillfully bringing that element into Madden football.
Excerpt: Madden is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and what a good time as any to produce some of the best Madden games on home consoles yet. I had the chance to play the Wii version of Madden NFL 09.
Summary: Ultimately, this Madden is compatible on the field with the other versions. However, if you own a XBOX 360 or PS3 to be honest I would stick to that. Using the Wii Remote to play this game is not for everyone, especially those hardcore Madden players that play a couple of games every day.
Conclusion: Madden '09 on the Wii is a pretty solid example of the pros and cons of being a Wii owner, as the game takes huge advantage of the console's unique controller set-up and diverse fan base to offer up a variety of gameplay options and innovative game experiences, while suffering from the system's less...
Excerpt: Genre: Sports Publisher: Electronic Arts Developer: EA Tiburon Release Date: August 12, 2008 Madden '09 All-Play is in a unique position for the Madden series. While minor changes have always been made between games in the series' 20-year history, the Wii can provide significantly more innovation...
Excerpt: Twenty years of Madden? Twenty years since Trip Hawkins and John Madden hammered out the idea on a train to Oakland, and Electronic Arts made skinny fans feel like a little bit like self-confident, football-playing Masters of the Universe?