Summary: Leaves a little to be desired. I have put it down for a while since it takes a little while to get to any "fun" decision making. I love the NFL, and I want to get to the training of players and the calling of plays. The "Front Office" stuff takes too long.
Summary: I definately understand the feelings about the game being glitchy - I have experienced this as well. The game seems to get stuck at certain points which is frustrating. However, many brand new games come with several glitches and are remedied as time goes on. San Andreas for example, is full of them. Experienced gamers should realize this and have patience. If you don't want to deal with issues, then wait for a second version to come out.
Summary: NFL Head Coach was a better buy than I thought. I went in thinking this is probably going to be a 'bust' game. I put it in and played it for 2 and a half hours (not realizing how late it was). The game is (I think) worth the buy. I read all the reviews and I agree with some of what they said, however, I love strategical games and this is great. I am currently just starting Mini-Camp. If you don't want to something, just sim thru until there is something you need to do.
Summary: This game is like SimCity but with a football team. Some of the comments on here do not do the game justice. Off the bat, let me say not you don't actually 'play' football. However, for me that makes the game more enjoyable because I am at a level in Madden where I own All-Pro, but All-Madden is just WAY too difficult. Let me run through the pros and cons as I seem em: Pros 1) Offseason Take the offseason of the Madden Games (my favorite part), and put it on HGH.