Summary: Reasons: Wait for about 2 years until the AI is true to NFL gameplay 1. Uneven AI--- no matter the team, QB, etc...I used franchise mode to build a team with Mc Nabb at QBMcFarland at DT Ray Lewis at LB, Faulk at RB, Robinson, Galloway and Hines Ward as WR's...droped passes galore, missed tackles 2. Flat passess no matter how you release the ball--an LB will intercept a pass 10 yards before its intended receiver 3.
Summary: This X-BOX game compares to the PlayStation Hi-Contact Same game, same name. Great Graphics are real. Please draft and create any player using your memory bank on your Mad-Katz XBOX controller. Hits to the turf of the E. J. Dome will get 1st Downs or touchdowns as fast as you can. That's why "Madden NFL 2004" On Deportes EA del XBOX, give it a double deuce.
Summary: This game is off the hook...Football fans will be glad to own a copy of this hard-hitting football simulation...I give this game a 9.5/10 because it could be a little more accurate with the player models and td dances, but other than that this game is crazy!!!
Summary: I rented all 3 at the same time. Madden 2003, NFL Fever, & NFL 2K3 from Sega. Last year I loved Fever for my XBox and Maddedn for PS2. DO what I did. Rent all 3 at once and sit down and go to work. You'll find Madden to be the much more realistic game of the three. That's what it comes to. Realism. Plaine and simple. All three games have great graphics (too close for me to lean either way). Just take one look at the throwing mechanics from the qb's.
Summary: Another year, another Madden. One really can't go wrong this year, as both Sega and EA sports have put out 2 great games. Here is my take on Madden: PROS: Very deep gameplay, multiple modes (great new Mini-camp option lets you work on specific aspects of football), realistic football simulation. Graphics are quite good, although a good bit of clipping happens, especially during replays. Game sounds are pretty good, too. Overall, a lot of fun.