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Madden NFL 2004 - Xbox

Platform : Xbox
Rated: Everyone
96 customer reviews
Metascore: 92 / 100

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  • Choose to play as any NFL team -- updated teams and logos for the 2003 season
  • Multiple gaming modes like Playoffs, Regular Season, and Exhibition games - all tracked with updated game stats
  • Revolutionary new Playmaker Control lets you direct receivers during a scramble, direct blocking down the field, or react to changes in the offense
  • Control more of the frachise than ever with Owner Mode -- hire staff, set ticket prices, give signing bonuses, even choose the concessions
  • All-new game presentation modes lets you keep all players on the field when calling a play, and watch the highlights in split-screen mode
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Madden NFL™ Football remains the undisputed leader in authentic NFL football simulation.

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  • ASIN: B00009IM2C
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 12, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #25,411 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 9, 2003
Sega/ESPN vs. EA/Madden, the ultimate debate. Madden's got better graphics, better extras, and better stats. Not to mention you can build your own stadium and even set the price the fans pay for a burger. As a guy who bought his first EA game in 1990, it actually pains me to say it but, ESPN is just the better game. Why? If only EA had spent as much time on the game play as it did at the concession stand. Sega spent their time making a game that has tighter controls, a better running game, and a easier play calling interface then EA's latest installment. Admittedly, it would be nice if you could save mid-game like Madden (a feature that is way overdue) and the first person view is a gimmick, but Sega/ESPN just makes a more playable, enjoyable, and fair game. I say fair because EA's shot at solid IA is the computer picking a run defense if you are going to run and a pass defense if you are going to pass. Despite the down or yardage to go, the computer chooses the right set, in advance, EVERY time. Trust me, if you run on 3rd and 20 out of the shotgun, the computer will play the 4-3. That kind of "cheating" makes Madden VERY frustrating, along with it's nonexistant running game and completely inaccurate kicking system. As far as extras go, ESPN does have fan celebrations including painted fat guys. Sure they are gross but they are also cool and add to the fun of a solid ESPN title. Sorry EA, maybe next year. Bottom line if you want to sell burgers, buy Madden. If you want to play football, choose ESPN.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Jose Noboa on March 11, 2004
I have always been a big fan of the series and I love the mini camp drills, i think thats a brilliant idea. The ability to set concession prices, hats, etc. is also a clever addition. The graphics are solid, though still need tweaking but I feel as if I am playing Madden 2004 Blitz. I am sick and tired of the computers magical ability to erase any deficit in the 4th quarter. Mind you, I have been playing football games, including Madden, for years.
I have had the Cardinals come back to beat me in the 4th quarter, erasing a 24 point lead. This quarter from hell included, 1. a blocked punt, 2. a punt returned for a td, 3. 2 fumbles by my rb (Ahman green) who was running great until this dreadful quarter. 4. a td return for a td 5. and a game winning 90 yard drive by the cardinals.
Sure this can happen once, twice, whatever. But when I constantly lose 4th quarter leads over and over again, it annoys me. I love games that are hard but this computer assistance borders on the surreal and it is enough for me to spoil an otherwise terrific game.
One last gripe, too much room for the QB to run. This is not NCAA. I think this was done to appease Mike Vick fans and I guess I can understand and live with that.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Shea HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 4, 2003
It's amazing that Madden NFL is in its 14th year of release!! The graphics and gameplay are almost photo-realistic at this point, and you can control EVERYTHING.
First, of course, the graphics. We play this on a 36" TV and even on the big screen the graphics are incredibly sharp. The characters are realistic down to their hair styles and tattoos. The fields each have their own configurations - including the baseball diamonds on some. The lighting, player moves, reflections and more are incredible. You easily get the sense that you're playing a real game and controlling it.
The gameplay builds each year on what came before. So you can create your own team, go through the draft, play it through a season, and get the full satisfaction of getting through the superbowl (if you're good enough). You get to make decisions everywhere from the owner level down through the manager and actual player level.
If you're not into that level of detail, there are of course many ways to just "play". There are training levels to get you learning the basics. There are many training camp features that feature great graphic/gameplay combinations to really help you learn about blocking, throwing and more. Once you understand the game mechanics and keys, you can jump into a wide variety of games under all sorts of conditions to see how well you'd do.
Like any strategy game, this is NOT a game just to pick up and expect to do well in after 5 minutes. If you're looking for an "easy arcade" kind of game, you might do better elsewhere. The strength of this release is with its details. Once you get into the great complexity of really handling a team, you learn real life lessons that help you understand how actual football teams are managed and developed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J.Phillips on August 14, 2003
Let me start this review with some back ground. I have been playing video football games since the playstation one and have been a major Madden fan un until a few years ago. That changed when I bought the Dreamcast and the NFL 2K series was born. Even last year I chose to purchase NFL 2K3 over Madden. This year because of the attration I had with the owner mode and my 100% love for NCAA 2004, I decided to buy Madden 2004. To save you time I won't list all of the additions since you can read that on any gaming web site and on the box. Instead I will tell you what I like, what works and what doesn't.
Whats Great!!
--The owner mode, if you want to make the decisions to own your own team and make all of the decisions then this is worth the price by itself.
--The mini camp mode, which is inside the dynasty mode, which is inside the owner mode.
--The little things, for me I like the little things, when a player gets hurt they clutch the sore area and you see the grimace on his face, the new mode where even during the play calling part you can watch the field or replays. The uniforms getting dirty as the game goes one. The crowd changing its actions depending on the situation, on and on with the little things.
--The new play mode that allows you to change the play at the line of scrimmage this is not the same as an audible or a hot route, you can actually on the fly tell your running back to run left instead of right if you notice a blitzing line backer.
--Just playing the game is superb.
Whats good!!
--The commentary is better then the madden games that I remember, NFL 2K3 was really good. The main flaw is the emotion of Al Michaels, he counts down the yard lines when you make a long run like he is reading war and peace The 20, the 10, touchdown.
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