1. EA's true source of income
2. A yearly football game
3. A crappy game that offers nothing to the consumer except for roster updated and a soundtrack change.
Dude! I just got that Madden 2005! It has more songs than the last one
The football game following Madden 2004. The game added the new "hit-stick" feature and you only have to pay $50 for this great new game!
"Wow I just spent $50 in hopes that Madden 2005 would introduce something more then a new way to "hit" someone."
note: see Madden 2004
and Madden 2001
. A football game published by EA Sports. Madden 2005 is also a way of stealing fifty bucks from the consumer, offering only marginal "improvements" over last year's marginal "improvement" of Madden 2003.
A "hit-stick" and slightly updated rosters does not make Madden 2005 the future of gaming.
The greatest football game of all time.
Madden 2005 is a much better game then ESPN 2K5.