Madden NFL 2005 (2004)

Video Game  -  Sport  -  8 August 2004 (USA)
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Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens had a sub-par season in 2004 and his team missed the playoffs after appearing on the cover of the game, thus continuing the "Madden Curse". See more »

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Best Madden in History
15 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As always Madden takes what was great last year and add more we didn't know we needed but can't imagine living with out now. On the offense side of the ball the running game has been tweaked for tighter control. This years release it's the most refined one yet in running. A small problem might arise in the juke now being one button but it is easily conquered and tends to feel even better. The passing in Madden has always been superb and this year is no exceptions. The quarterback has full control of where the ball goes and how fast it gets there. This is great for leading passes or for putting the ball where you know the receiver will grab it. Only problem is they seemed to have turned up the picks your quarterback will give up in an effort for more realism. This is a debatable change that can hurt your experience on the sticks. Another big addition this year is the inclusion of the new hit stick for defense and it works great. The process is simple, as you about to make that hit flick the right stick in the targets direction; connect and you will deliver a bone-crushing hit that can help jar fumbles, miss and they will leap over you with a laugh and you can lose yards to the opposing team. Special Teams has also seen a few minor tweaks in that the kicking interface is now very much harder to control in speed and power. Again this was for realism and again this move is debatable. Hut, hike! The sound here is great. Players chatter to each other on the field about the last play or upcoming play, crowds sound great and even the commentary, which has been iffy in the past years, is great. The sounds after the hike are so realistic it's creepy. Players grunt as they are tackled and the crowd reacts to the play depending on if you are Home or Away. Madden NFL 2005 is the Best Madden Game I've Ever Played.


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