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Madden NFL 2002

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
4.4 out of 5 stars 235 customer reviews
Metascore: 94 / 100

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  • For the 12th year in a row, Madden NFL Football brings the realism of the pro gridiron right to your fingertips. With all the teams, players, and features that you've come to know and love, Madden improves on a 2001 effort. Play a full season with your favorite team and take them to the Super Bowl, or try the franchise mode and build a dynasty. You can even create teams and players so you can start from scratch! With all-new realistic player animations, Madden Cards, a training mode, and the Two-Minute Drill, Madden truly has it all!
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This gridiron classic keeps getting better and better. Madden NFL 2002 includes all the hard-hitting action and authentic player details you expect...plus a few new surprises. New features include Madden Cards and all 31 NFL coaches realistically rendered using EA Sports® Cyberscan technology. Made in USA.

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  • ASIN: B00005MO5E
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 7.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (235 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,790 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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This game is a big improvement over Madden 2001.The people who said theres no or little difference between the two must be brain dead,even Stevie Wonder can see the improvements.First the defense plays like it should.Tampa's and Baltimore's defense have been tough to play against in season mode,unlike 2001's.The secondary is alot tougher to throw against with alot better pass coverage.Theres alot less one handed catches and throwing desperation long bombs and completing them.You have to call good plays and read the defences and drive down the field now and on defense theres more pass coverage audibles that work and the goalline defense is a heck of alot better.The CPU is so much better now,on offense they drive down the field with shorter passes and a good running game.If you play against Martin,Dillon,James etc. you have to try and contain the good runners like that or theyll add up the yardage unlike last years game.They did a real good job with the player attributes like NHL 2001,you have to worry about the teams star players.Guys like Sapp,Kearse etc will sack your QB and put pressure on him,teams with kickers like Miami rarely miss field goals and the average kickers miss alot more,unlike last years game where the CPU made just about all the field goals.etc,etc.in other words the games are more realistic.I took Cincinnati to the Super Bowl last year,this year forget it but you get a great running game from Dillon like in a real game.The player graphics are a big improvement,the players and coaches faces look close to real and the body sizes are on scale and the animation is real good.Read more ›
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I know what most people are thinking, that Madden 2002 is simply last year's version, rehashed and brought back for another year. On the contrary, theres a lot of new things to like about Madden 2002, and the usual things that made last year's title so great.
Graphically, EA has done a superb job here, with the players faces and uniforms being portrayed very very well. They look way more realistic than last year's "we are space aliens who've come to earth and infiltrated your NFL players" looks. The coaches who hover about on the sidelines are the best looking of any football game to date. Heck even the snow looks nicer, it doesnt just fall, it blows in from the sides, as if it were really a blizzard out there. And yes, we finally have cheerleaders!!! Ea Sports' addressed concerns about last years ballplayers being all the same size, so this year, players are noticibly more slender, while still having that football player build. Like NCAA 2002, it reads the clock on your PS2, so if you're playing a game at night, it will start your game at night as well, or if you're playing at dusk, with the sun going down, you may start the game with the sun up, but by the time the game is over, it'll be dark. Little touches like this help to add realism to the game, theyre all over the place and it shows.
Soundwise, its what you'd expect from a great title like this. A snazzy new opening kicks off most games, followed by player intros, at least from the home team. John Madden and Pat Summerall are back and Madden is as witty as ever, "he put too much mustard on that one!". Adding to the humorous reparte is Leslie Visser, with a few bits and pieces thrown in, proving that football announcing isnt just a male oriented sport.
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A lifelong football fan, I hold off buying a new football video game every year. Typically, I pick up a new one about every 3 years or so, with the last being Madden 99 for the PC. I was pretty pleased with 99 and thought this would be more of the same, only with new rosters and the Texans. I was very surprised, as the same features I enjoyed on 99 are still here, and the new features simply amazed me. This game has a very realistic feel to it and is, hands-down, the best football game I've ever played.
The graphics are phenomenal, and replays even feature the spiffy "matrix" camera effect (where the camera seems to pan around the play, in a circular motion...or like the Jamal Lewis TD replays in the last Super Bowl). The customization and "challenge" features add an extra edge to the game. In addition to playing an ordinary schedule, you're given "challenges" to perform- like "Beat the Colts in the RCA Dome" or "Complete a pass to 5 different receivers". These allow you to collect points and build up "Madden Cards". (A feature that annoyed me at first, but I was converted). The customization of players was exceptional. I created a new player, not on the game's rosters,- Kevin Kasper. I was amazed when the announcers actually SPOKE his name... thought that was a neat touch. (Older version would just say "he throws to the RECEIVER", here they say "KASPER"). You can also change your team's uniforms for each game. For example, the Broncos have five uniforms: home, road, alternate home, home throwback, and away throwback. Plus, if your team plays a Thanksgiving game, the announcers say "Happy Thanksgiving, everybody..." Madden even chimes in, late in the game, talking about his six-legged turkey.
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