This game was my first madden football game and I loved it. It was so much fun. Now, back then the game was way too easy. I remember the best part was to get the ball, run all the way back until th...
This game is great and it is a huge leap past MAdden '94. Progress has to be made consistently and with this game it is.
This game is great except that every time I go up by ten or more points, playing as the Bengals of course, the computer will cheat a ball all the way down the sideline or up the middle to give them a...
This has to be one of the worst Madden games ever!!
Madden ’95 is a big improvement over Madden ’94 in some ways but in others it takes a huge drop. By the time Madden ’95 came out Joe Montana’s game from Saga was starting to have a very big following ...
This is the game that started it all - the first madden game I ever played - while underwhelming in spots - still solid.
This is the game that started it all - the first madden game I ever played - while underwhelming in spots - still solid. The passing interface was particularly bad - in which it just gave you tiny ...
One step forward, two steps backwards for the franchise.
Madden 95 for the Sega Genesis is a very frustrating football game that isn't really worthy of the franchise nor is it a great successor to the excellent Madden 94. There are several things that ar...
Madden 95 definetly plays a good game of football, but the idiotic AI keeps it from being great.
Madden 95 is the fourth game in the long running best selling franchise. The controls are all great and it plays well with a friend; but the AI is just too forgiving to offer much of a challenge at al...
It's pretty much as good as it can be for an original game-boy game. It's black and white of course, the football players are little white rectangles with tiny bubbles for heads, most of the plays wer...