Summary: In my previous review, I bashed this installment. mentioning it was better than the Wii version, but not by much. I based that review purely on the Superstar mode, which I still believe isn't the best. But after playing franchise mode, I take back everything I said about the game. It really brings you back to the old Madden. (Old as in 2004-2008) It's very Nostalgic to long time players whom have played the newer Maddens.
Summary: I've been wanting this game since I lost my old copy back in 2011. Even though the game is old what's to stop you from enjoying a classic throwback. I originally got this game when it first released in '09 as a birthday gift and loved it so much. When I ordered this game it bought back memories, came still plastic wrapped and everything. only paid maybe $9 for a brand new/ brand old game. It was worth it for me.
Summary: Yup, it's 4 years old, but it could very well be my favorite in the Madden series. A huge difference in the gameplay and graphics, comparing this to its predecessors. I loved it. Even though it's old, I recommend it still for fans of the series and just sports gamers in general.
Summary: I've been playing Madden NFL games for years, and this one is the second best up (not including any made after). The pure gameplay and graphics are a big step up from Madden 09, especially the problems 09 had with running the ball. However, the "My Superstar" mode in MAdden 10 is a disgrace compared to Madden 08. There's no training, not enough press conferences, no endorsements, and not enough player customization.
Summary: This is a very fun, fast paced, action packed game, but not your typical shoot'em action. It is very fun, but there are little features from the previous maddens that bring this down a little like just giving your character stats instead of playing the game and seeing how good the PLAYER is. The superstar menu is boring just like a regular menu and doesn't have the little things like personas or pro-bowl ballots.