Summary: i agree with other people about how we should be able to control ticket prices and stuff and how slow the load is but because Madden is the only pro game there is nothing to compare it to so you cant say its good or bad. another thing, what is up with the ring thing???
Summary: For This review I'm going to talk about Madden. First of all, I just want to say that you shouldnt spend more than 20 dollars for this game we call football. Madden is almost impossible to play if ur not playing on pro difficulty, but then its waaaaay to easy.
Summary: The graphics were comparable to my PS2 and the player movements are "robotic-like". The side-line graphics are pitiful, with several players on the sidelines moving in sync. As often as they show the sideline, that just shouldn't be.
Summary: Some really good features in the game and overall it can be fun to play. The fumbles are a bit much - as I cannot tell you how many times I have fumbled the ball - WHILE I WAS COVERING IT. Plus - the superhuman abilities of the db's and linebackers to jump 6-8 feet in the air to intercept a pass.
With Alex Smith playing like Tom Brady and Niners playing like the Patriots, something is wrong with the A.I. of this game
5 April 2008
Summary: I've played this game for 2 weeks now and it's fun when you play online or against another human being. It's the same 'ol Madden formula that you're used to seeing in previous installments with a tad more detail and a few neat features but it's the same stuff.
Summary: First let me start by saying I've been playing Madden for years now, since '92 in fact, so I do know a thing or two about my beloved football series. One particular thing I've always loved about Madden was its accessibility, its customization. Pretty much anything I wanted to do with it, I could.
Summary: +excellent graphics, the uniforms are nicely colored to depict their real life counterparts uniforms, the SHINYNESS of the uniforms is a bitt too much but that doesnt matter. +excellent overall presentation, period.