Madden NFL 2000
Genre Sport -> Sport
Today's Rank 10219
Date 2003-08-12
Publisher Electronic Arts
Date N/A
Publisher Electronic Arts
North America Retail Box ArtEA Sports has consistently released top-notch football titles for years and Madden 2000, its latest entry into the computer football marketplace, is no different. Whether you enjoy the bullet passing of Brett Favre or the slippery running of Terrell Davis, this game delivers touchdown dances, circus catches, and bone-crushing hits. Computer gridiron enthusiasts should have little trouble diving into the intuitive--and plentiful--gameplay controls, allowing players to immediately enter the action. The game features all 31 teams (the expansion Cleveland Browns are included) as well as an impressive list of all-star and classic squads. With gorgeous player-specific 3-D graphics, and an enhanced franchise mode, Madden 2000 raises the current pigskin standard. A common complaint of previous Madden editions was the near-impossible rushing offence; defensive linemen often jammed the lanes and their offensive counterparts couldn't set up or hold blocks. Madden 2000 improves the rushing game dramatically and line-men create gaping holes and even block downfield. The Madden passing game continues to excel; Madden 2000 allows players to tweak options such as cornerback intelligence and quarterback accuracy to further enhance and customise the passing experience. Perhaps Madden 2000's best feature, though, is the ability to compete on the Internet against aspiring coaches everywhere through the EA Sports online site. --Doug Radcliffe

- ESRB Rating: Everyone
- Genre: Sports
- Mission: The king of the gridiron delivers another season of realistic football
- Platform: Windows 98/Me/XP/2000
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