One of the games I have liked is Madden NFL '95. This is one of my favorite Madden games mainly because it actually is a lot different than the one from the previous year, Madden NFL 94. While it is difficult nowadays to find a sports game that is significantly improved over its predecessor, Madden NFL 95 is definitely one of those games. There is not much of a story line to this game, as you may expect. Basically, you are the coach of a team and you want to lead them to the Super Bowl. You are not really officially the coach in the game, you just play as the players, but I am going to call you the coach because it sounds cool and sort of like an actual football game story line. The graphics in the game are pretty good but certainly nothing special. I really like the animation in the game, because the players when they catch the ball actually look like they are catching the ball, as opposed to the ball just magically appearing in their hands. It definitely looks great, and I am a fan of the animation in the game. Also, I have to point out how the referee looks, he looks pretty weird when he is running to the field before the game to do the coin toss. Just thought I would point that out by mentioning it. The other graphics in the game are pretty good, as well. I really liked the player models in the game, as they were small yet very effective. You could definitely tell the difference between one team and the other, which is always a good thing, of course. I also liked the design of the field, as it was green as you might expect and it never really got distracting at all.
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