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Madden NFL 2004

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
4.2 out of 5 stars 270 customer reviews
Metascore: 94 / 100

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Madden NFL™ Football remains the undisputed leader in authentic NFL football simulation.

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ASIN B00009IM29
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4.2 out of 5 stars 270 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
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Product Dimensions 7.7 x 5.5 x 0.6 inches
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ok, so there is no doubt that the Madden series is usually the best when it comes to Football. However with the latest entry, the gap between ESPN (nee 2K series) and Madden has closed greatly. To say that this game is disappointing is hard, but this time it is unfortunately true. Just like Dennis Miller on MNF, this game is quirky, but ultimately annoying. Let's look at the reasons why:
The Good: This game is very deep. With several teams (hidden and upfront) and tons of different modes from the mini-camp mode to the new "owner's mode". There is a lot to explore in this game.
The AI is alot smarter in this version than in the last few Maddens. If you try to run the same play twice, you're gonna get burned as the defense will call an audible and stuff you. Also, unlike 2003, the CPU won't make bad trades (no more first rounders for scrubs). The playing field is level now.
The ability to use bonuses adds a nice dimension to free agency and resigning players. (It's especially good for saving cap room).
The Bad: On the PS2, even on an HDTV, this game is choppy. When you're going for the P.A.T, the crowd, the players, and the stadium may flicker really badly depending on what stadium you're in. Also, the collision detection is wonky. You'll run your defensive end into the quarterback and about half the time, nothing happens. There's a delay at other times. When you miss the sack because the CPU isn't detecting, that's annoying. Nothing is more annoying than that except....
The Playmaker hype. Ok, so it's a great idea, but hard to use in pressure situations and at times, it's useless (like on all defensive plays).
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By A Customer on August 16, 2003
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Madden 2004 is awesome. If u liked NCAA fottball 2004 youll like Madden.It has a ton of features to keep u glued to the screen. Owner mode is great. U can make the prices of tickets, the concession stands, parking and build a stadium. U can go though train camp, and actually do it not just watch the computer do it for u. Creating a player and team is awesome. And U can even create your own playbook. The game itself is amazing. All your favorite teams with all the updated rosters [[including the players from the draft]] The gameplay is just really fun, hundreds of pass and runs and screens and trick plays. Playmaker is very cool. if your reciever is lined up to run a certain route and u see the defense is gonna intercept or block your pass or just play good zone on your recievers route, u can then change the rout before the ball is snapped. if you already called the play and you want make the reciever go a different way u can do that too. on a running play if u see the defense is stacking the side your running too with one tap of the analog stick u can change to the opposite side. U can also call for a block whenever u want. Playmaker also works awesome on defense too. This madden is the best yet. BUY IT
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To cut to the chase, Madden NFL 2004 is the best football video game ever produced (and that includes the '05 and '06 editions of Madden). What makes this game so great? For starters, the graphics are beautiful and accurately depict the real-life NFL stadiums. The sounds is also well-done, with an excellent soundtrack that features a blend of rap/hip-hop, pop, hard rock, and alternative music. I never considered myself much of a fan of the latter three genres listed above, but after playing this game so much, the styles actually grew on me.

However, the greatest aspect of Madden '04 is the gameplay itself. Each NFL team employs a real-life simulated playbook which adds to the realism of the game (the Philadelpha Eagles feature a pass-oriented West Coast offense and the Chicago Bears have a grind-it-out running offense). The game plays remarkably fast, and now you have the option of directing your lead blockers and receivers via the left dual action stick. The Owner's Mode is great, allowing you to either create your very own franchise or take over the reigns of one of the 32 NFL teams and annually manage the team's budget, add improvements to your stadium, and play each weekly game. There is also a great online mode which allows you to compete in online Madden tournaments with the best players across the country.

My favorite aspect of the Madden series has always been its inclusion of historic teams. Over 60 single-season teams from the past are included, but the absolute cream of the crop (such as the '57 Colts, '66 Packers, '85 Bears, and '92 Cowboys) must be unlocked through earning Madden Cards. In addition, NFL Europe teams are included, as are the all-time all-star rosters for each of the 32 NFL franchises.

This is simply the best football game out there. I literally spent entire nights sleepless because I was glued to the Playstation over this game.
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By A Customer on September 9, 2003
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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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