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Madden NFL 2002

Overall: the Graphics are great, the overall play is fabulous, my only grip with this game is the fact that there needs to be more interactive options. Granted this version of the series does allow for alot more indepth realism, but come on, this is the millinium right, give me a sim. other then that GREAT GAME!

Gameplay: This game is hands down the leader in the field. Fever cant touch it, NFL2k2 Cant come close...madden is here to stay, especially if they step up the realism next time. Look for 2003 to be completely different in detail. They need to pack a punch to stay on top, this one has the competition against the ropes, and in 2003 the hay macker is coming,...Madden is the king of the ring.

Graphics: Great up grades from the playstation versions of ol'. 2001 was very disappointing with the graphics, but Madden 2002 was just what the doctor ordered. It has a brand new graphics engine that utilizes all of the newest design technics. The only other game in the market that has better graphics is Fever...which cant hold water with play, Madden wins again.

Audio: Alot of updated sound quality in this game. Sure to be a hit. Madden isnt just barking out a few comments over and over. Now it actually has a larger audio base to pull from. It keeps the game more in focus rather than making it feel like an arcade game like before. The sound can ans will get lots better for the new 2003 version in the works. EA sports is just now realizing how much power the xbox has...look for alot of new sound bits and more interactive speach to come...

Suggestions: Listen to me...use the force!...EA needs to utalize the force that xbox has provided them as a console capability. EA now has an oppertunity unlike ever before with the PSone, to use more data space in the game. We need to have more of a sim feel rather then an arcade feel. I suggest maybe upgrading the career mode even further to where you can actually take charge of all the little details that place you in the game. Make the career mode stand out as the go to part of the game, the main selling point, rather than just another option. PLace your eges in this basket EA, you need to pack some punch now that Sega is in the market.

Overall Score: 9.0 / 10

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