Madden NFL 2005 Game Boy Advance

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  • Summary: Madden NFL 2005 introduces the Hit Stick, a new feature that lets players turn a game around with a crucial tackle. Along with all-new defensive preplay controls and defensive artificial intelligence enhancements, the defense now has a diverse arsenal of weapons available. Also, the depth ofMadden NFL 2005 introduces the Hit Stick, a new feature that lets players turn a game around with a crucial tackle. Along with all-new defensive preplay controls and defensive artificial intelligence enhancements, the defense now has a diverse arsenal of weapons available. Also, the depth of Franchise mode grows with the addition of Storyline Central, a weekly radio talk show that discusses current stories regarding your team and the league. With even more Franchise mode additions, hundreds of new animations, and the new Create-a-Fan feature, Madden NFL 2005 takes the series to the next level. Expand
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  1. Positive: 7 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
  1. Playing a complete season with the option to make trades, sign players and call the plays the way you see fit makes this a pretty impressive portable experience that might not be as fulfilling as the big boys version but still does a great job of representing the game.
  2. In the age of the fantasy sports league craze, football fanatics with time to play their GBA during their daily on-the-go activities will want to get Maddened, especially with the addictive Season Mode.
  3. Pales in comparison to its console cousins, but it does a good job of providing NFL fans with football action on the go.
  4. Much more than just a cosmetic rehash of Madden NFL 2004. It's a complete overhaul, with better artificial intelligence, customizable skill settings, and a greater degree of control over play calling.
  5. 80
    Tons of features, as well as the addition to the Madden Challenges, keep the action going and going and going well into the NFL season.
  6. Cheat Code Central
    80
    With more options, more control, better graphics and user-friendly menus, especially the playbook, there is more depth to this game than any N64 football game.
  7. Nintendo Power
    66
    With more depth in graphics and gameplay than ever, the Madden NFL franchise for the GBA takes a giant leap toward realism in its 2005 edition. [Oct 2004, p.125]

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  1. Positive: 2 out of 2
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  1. BradB.
    Aug 17, 2004
    10
    Rocks!
  2. RandyB.
    Feb 21, 2005
    9
    This is a great game... I have all the Madden series, and this one, with the hit stick and defensive additions has made this a game more than This is a great game... I have all the Madden series, and this one, with the hit stick and defensive additions has made this a game more than .....bomb diggity... Expand

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#50 Most Discussed Game Boy Advance Game of 2004