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Madden NFL 2000

Platform : Nintendo 64
Rated: Everyone
27 customer reviews

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Keep football season going all year long. Madden NFL 2000 delivers an arcade mode with blurring moves, helmet-popping hits, more scoring, and special animations. Learn to play with pop-up menus that guide you through the game in the Madden tutorial mode. For traditional football play, Madden NFL 2000 delivers unrivaled, tournament-tested gameplay with in-depth features including a multiplayer franchise mode. Compete in the Madden challenge and face different task levels to unlock secret codes.

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The Madden series is the grandfather of NFL-licensed video games, and Madden NFL 2000 marks the 10th anniversary of this gaming franchise. Keep in mind, this is not your father's Sega Genesis game, so casual gamers will be happier playing NFL Blitz 2000. However, for the football simulation nut, this game delivers even more than did Madden 99.

New additions to the fine Madden 99 game include faster yet less-detailed graphics, smoother animation, and additional onscreen treats such as goalpost nets, yard markers, and sidelines filled with coaches and teammates. One of the greatest new features is the hot route option, enabling players to change individual receiver routes at the line of scrimmage--it's like an audible, but doesn't require changing the entire play. More goals beyond just winning are here in the form of the Madden Challenge, giving players access to hidden stadiums and other goodies for successfully completing a series of increasingly difficult tasks, such as 30-plus yard receptions or a having a running back rush for over 100 yards in a game.

The artificial intelligence (AI) is still as slick as ever, but this game is best when played in two-player mode. Play-by-play commentary has been expanded for this game, but remains a bit sparse. A word of warning: the arcade mode is still pretty heavy on simulations, so only veterans or players who enjoy a steep learning curve need apply. --Jeff Young

Pros:

  • The hot routes option adds more depth of control
  • Faster graphics keep the game moving along
  • Improved running game makes for more balance between passing and running
Cons:
  • New player graphics are not very smooth
  • Controls and play selection are tough to learn for novice gamers

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  • ASIN: B000031KJH
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,064 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 15, 1999
I have been playing the various versions of Madden football for several years, and I have to say that of all the enhancments they have made, I enjoy the Franchise mode the most. Yes, it takes patience to get through 15 or 30 years worth of games, but the management aspect makes it worth it. And unlike Madden 99, the latest version includes the new Browns franchise in regular league play, so you can truly build a franchise from the ground up. The ability to do muti-player and draft pick trades is also a big plus. The cpu does tend to take over if you are beating an opponant badly, which is annoying. Giving up a huge play that you have stopped consistantly all game on 3rd or 4th and long can be frustrating, even if you are winning by 42 points it can make you scream. And, because of licensing conflicts with the NFLPA, there are players named DL No. 42, instead of Jevon Kearse, which takes away from the over all realism of the game, but over all, Madden 2K is a great game.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on November 27, 1999
There are so many different games in this one game. But for me the most fun was the franchise mode. It was the best franchise mode i have ever seen in any game. The value of this game is priceless, because its not one of those games that you buy and play once. Everytime you play its different. If it lasts me that long ill play for the rest of my life
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 14, 1999
This Madden improves yet again on the previous version. Game play is better and more realistic. Finally you can run effectively between the tackles on a video football game. Passing is still tough as players are always double-teamed. The Franchise mode allows you to pilot a team for many years, with drafts, re-signing of players in the off-season, and many more features. The only feature they left off this year is the Fantasy Draft. It was included in Madden '99, but misteriously disappeared from this year. Overall, a very good and realistic football game.
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13 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 4, 2000
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I have been playing Madden footballs ever since they first came out for the Apple IIe back in the late 1980's.
Needless to say I am quite an expert how the new features compare.
Each year Madden continues to amaze me with features, graphics and gameplay.
I have played a variety of other football games for N64 such as NFL Blitz and NFL Quarterback Club 1999 and 2000 and I must say that Madden is by FAR the superior gaming system. Quarterback club has better graphics, but the game play is pathetic and almost impossible to play.
NFL Blitz is more arcade style and I didn't find it be realistic for the purpose of a true simulation.
Madden does have a few problems:
(1) the manual that comes with the game indicates that you can create a player, and in fact one of the madden challenges involves creating a player and playing a game. I however, have not found the menu anywhere in the game that allows you to edit/create a player. I have checked Easports.com and only the playstation version appears to be able to do that. It would seem to me that they should have printed two manuals then (one for N64 and one for playstation).
(2) Every player has arms that are like Hulk Hogan. I think that is crazy.
(3) The sounds of the crowd of are terrible and over the course of the 15 minute/quarter game tends to give a headache.
Despite my criticism, this game is still the best by far of all other N64 football games available!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 29, 1999
The game is one of the best football games that I have ever played. It has a huge play book, tons of great codes, all the teams, great moves, and you can play it for hours on end. If you are in search for a football game this one is the one because of how realistic it is.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 9, 2000
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The gamer for Iowa is correct, you can create a player. But only in franchise mode. When I wrote my first review I had not started franchise mode.
Just a quick suggestion on creating a player.
You have the ability to make the player the best player in the league (i.e., 100 overall rating).
However, just because you create doesn't automatically place him on your roster. You have to bid for him in the free agency pool.
I made the mistake of making a super player and I didn't have enough room under the salary cap to hire him without cutting some of my other stars and one of computer teams signed him. Of course I had to turn the power off and go back to the last saved spot to get it right.
My advice is wait until one of your most expensive stars in retiring and then create the player. That way you can afford to hire your new player.
Good gaming!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 11, 2000
...I already enjoy this game. It's not quite as smooth as I would like, and each player, even the skinny wide receivers, looks like a professional body-builder, but overall, the graphics are excellent.
I've played many versions of video game football, starting with the old Atari 2600, and have been impressed each year with the newest and latest game systems.
The only problem I have with the game is that it is difficult to learn easily. I have found also that running is so ridiculously easy when you have a speedy back, even when you run the same play over and over. The passing game, meanwhile, is difficult to manage for a novice, and even when I was using the NFC All-Pro team, I found it hard to make completions.
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