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I want a NFL game, prefably with top notch gameplay/presentation/graphics.

Any of the consoles will do.

Which is best and are games from a year or so ago just as good as the latest version ( considering they'll be cheaper)?

I like the look of the Madden games on Xbox - are the graphics better than the other consoles? Plus the Xbox pad seems suited to the game ( at least as far as I can tell ).

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Nah, Madden '04 is better... EA Sports games are the reason Sega Sports games sell so badly.

In the same way that the PS2 is why the Cube sells so badly...i.e. all hype, no substance....*

NFL2k4 is the better game....

*Note: For example only....

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To compare reviews...

NFL

IGN 9.3 out of 10 93.0%

GameSpot 9.3 out of 10 93.0%

GamePro.com 5 out of 5 100.0%

Madden

IGN 9.5 out of 10 95.0%

GameSpot 9.2 out of 10 92.0%

GamePro.com 5 out of 5 100.0%

So there's nothing in it really, might as well try out both and see what you prefer.

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In the same way that the PS2 is why the Cube sells so badly...i.e. all hype, no substance....

No, the Cube sells badly cos it only has one good game released every 6 months.

It was just a shitty example, couldn't think of anything else at short notice!

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