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Madden NFL '99
Game Description:Madden's 1999 installment adds a One-button interface, which enables gamers to simply skip though each menu and quickly get on with the game. Madden NFL '99 also features a new Play Editor, that lets the player customize his plays if he doesn't want to choose from the existing pre-made ones. Jukes, head fakes, and QB pumps maintain a level of realism and the receiver's head turns as he looks back to make the catch. The Arcade mode and Create a Player add additional depth to the package, which also includes a franchise mode, 110 current and classic NFL teams, full season stats, schedule and standings, and the ability to save custom teams.
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Madden NFL '99 News

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  • Sessler's Soapbox: Changing the Game is a Good Thing

    Change, for the most part, is a good thing. But not everyone is comfortable with change. Sometimes, the one thing you've grown accustomed to is the last thing you want to change, even if it's for the better. Such is the subject of this week's Soapbox. Adam uses Madden NFL 11's new Game Flow system as an example of how innovations within a gaming...

    Posted August 10, 2010

    Sessler's Soapbox: Changing the Game is a Good Thing
  • Electronic Arts Promises "Innovative, New Take On Madden"

    It looks like Madden NFL could be in for a shakeup in 2010. Electronic Arts CEO John Riccitiello told analysts today that his company is currently preparing an "innovative and new take on Madden" for release in fiscal year 2011 (which would dictate a release date before March 30, 2011). Madden NFL is typically released every...

    Posted January 11, 2010

    Electronic Arts Promises "Innovative, New Take On Madden"
  • Worst/Best Glitches In Madden History

    Electronic Arts flagship football franchise Madden NFL has been kicking around for 20 years, and every year it's gotten more complicated and closer to realism. With added complexity comes added development challenges: There's just no way that a development team could foresee every eventuality in a Madden game, even a team as obviously talented...

    Posted August 11, 2009

    Worst/Best Glitches In Madden History
  • Madden Retires From Football, But Not Video Games

    John Madden, legendary football coach, broadcaster and namesake of the Madden NFL series of video games, has announced his retirement from sportscasting after decades in the business. He started calling games in 1979 and the last Super Bowl was Madden's swan-song. While NBC will replace Madden with Cris Collinsworth on-air, we wondered whether...

    Posted April 16, 2009| 3 Comments

    Madden Retires From Football, But Not Video Games
  • 'Madden' Monopoly Comes Into Focus

    For a while now, the exclusive deal that EA has with the NFL means that Madden is the only football game in town...or the only one in town with the rights to any of the real people who play the game. Still, documents that surfaces when the NFLPA sued the NFL for money owed to their retired players shows just how insidious this whole thing is. A...

    Posted November 18, 2008| 4 Comments

    'Madden' Monopoly Comes Into Focus
  • Sessler's Soapbox: Changing the Game is a Good Thing

    Posted: August 10, 2010

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  • X-Play Presents The History of Madden

    Posted: August 10, 2009

    7,766 Views | 03:58

  • The History of John Madden Football

    Posted: August 8, 2008

    6,651 Views | 03:46 | 1 Comment

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