Summary: Madden 07, Hall of Fame edition is a just the same Madden 07 with another Bonus DVD with Features. I will discuss that later. For the game itself, some features include run to daylight which gives the player the ability to set up blocks using the FB/OL, etc.
Summary: I've been playing Madden on the regular xbox for the last several years and loved it. Just got an xbox360, and have been very dissapointed with the Madden 2007 version for the 360. It is not as responsive as the xbox version, and is missing many featues as well.
Summary: Boring commentary by radio broadcaster. No Madden or Michaels anymore. Convoluded and confusing menu navigation. Horrible soundtrack. Gameplay is fun however, and the highlight stick makes it seem more "hands on.
Summary: There's no competition, you have no other options if you want a football game with updated rosters. I cannot find myself playing this one though for two huge reasons: 1) No more fantasy draft in Franchise mode.
Summary: Here it is, I purchased Madden '07 for the 360 and 4 hours later I exchanged it at Gamestop for the PC version. I had 06' for the PC last year and thought '07 on 360 would blow any other version away. I was dead wrong.
I like Madden 07, but it still doesn't make me forget NFL 2K
23 August 2006
Summary: I loved NFL 2K, and I never liked Madden on the original XBox. I thought the graphics on Madden (XBox) were awful. The players looked like caricatures with larger than life muscles and the head coaches looked like zombies. I thought NFL 2K had great graphics with realistic looking players.
Summary: I purchased Madden 07 for the 360 thinking it may be a big improvement over the ps2 version. Boy was I wrong. While the game does look better on the 360, it is the same old madden. First of all it runs very choppy at times. I don't know why this is.
Excerpt: Madden NFL is one of the best series of sporting games out there and each year an updated version is released on the gaming population, I would like to say every year is an improvement but that has not always been the case.