Excerpt: 21 years and EA’s Madden series is still going strong and somehow they still manage to come up with some brand new features for each annual release. This year, the Wii is once again treated to a more specialised game, introducing features such as Point and Pass as well as a distinct visual style.
Summary: You can say many things about yearly sporting updates, but it's hard to level any criticisms against the Madden franchise, which yearly sits easily as the most accomplished sports game on any console.
Summary: Finally, a Madden game I can see myself throwing hundreds of hours into just like the golden years. With the addition of online franchise (which supports 32 players), television style presentation (including weekly wrap-up shows), and a ton of fine-tuning to the gameplay, Madden finally feels worthy...
Excerpt: I having been playing Madden games for a very long time now. They have been one of the constants in the video game industry that I have always appreciated and enjoyed. To be honest Madden NFL video games have become a warm blankee to me. They are comfortable, and always there for me.
Excerpt: Madden has a long and storied history of being the definitive football experience. It sure helps though that there is no other football game on the market given EA’s exclusivity of the NFL and NFLPA licence.
Excerpt: Trying to review this year’s Madden NFL game is akin to getting back together with your ex every August and trying to remember what the two of you ever saw in each other. New games in the 20-year-old franchise still sell well, especially since EA acquired the exclusive rights to the NFL license in...
Summary: On-field authenticity and emotion is taken to another level in Madden NFL 10. With more control over the outcome of the play than ever before, players can drag defenders towards the first down marker, fight for a fumble at the bottom of the pile, and avoid the rush by stepping up into the pocket.