Yesterday, we gave you the review for Madden NFL 10 for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360, but today, it’s time to take a look at the Wii version of the game to see how football plays with a little motion control in your hands.
According to reviewer Mike D’Alonzo:
"The first couple of years that EA brought Madden to the Wii, the game was the same sort of football sim that it is on other consoles, but using the Wii controllers to make the game more interactive. Then, in 2009, they brought Madden NFL 09 All-Play to the party, trying to capitalize on the family aspect of the console to make the game more palatable to the less-than-savvy football gamer. Madden NFL 10 splits the difference, keeping some of the arcade-style play of All-Play, while trying to incorporate some of the depth and presentation from the other consoles, to try and appeal to the masses. The result is, simply put, a mess."
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