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John Madden Football '93 (SNES)

John Madden Football 93 SNES
Genre: Sports
Perspective: Bird's-eye view
Visual: 2D scrolling
Sport: Football (American)
Published by: Electronic Arts
Developed by: EA Studios, Electronic Arts Canada
Released: 1992
Platform: Super Nintendo (SNES)

Madden NFL, until 1993 known as John Madden Football, is a series of legendary EA Football simulators of American football. Who does not know, John Madden - the legendary football player and colorful commentator. The locomotive of the game was the founder of Electronic Arts - Trip Hawkins. In 1984, he agreed with Madden that he would help with advice and share experiences. So the game bears the name of the athlete for a reason - he really had his hand in this hit. Moreover - it was John who insisted on the realistic gameplay, so the first game in the series was released only in 1988! Even though John left television in 2009, subsequent games still bear his honorable name.

John Madden Football ’93 is a truly cosmopolitan game. Released for 3DO, Sega Genesis, Super Nintendo and ... NEC TG16-CD! Moreover, the resources of each platform were used to the maximum extent possible. Once again, we revised the graphics and animation, the players have new movements. Side select coin is now fully animated. 28 teams from the 92-93 season, two teams All Madden and 8 Greatest Ever teams. Here you can already listen with might and main to the digitized comments of John Madden. There was an opportunity to be saved. In Japan, the game was known as "Pro Football ’93," and for 3DO, it was also known as "NFL Madden Football," "John Madden Football."

John Madden Football ’93 Championship Edition - essentially the same game, but 38 best teams from 1966 to 1991 have already been represented: Green Bay ’66; Kansas City ’66, ’69; New York ’68; Baltimore ’68, ’70; Dallas ’71, ’75, ’77; Miami ’72, ’84; Pittsburgh ’75, ’78; Denver ’77, ’87; Los Angeles ’79; Philadelphia ’80; Cincinnati ’81, ’88; San Francisco ’81, ’84, ’89; Chicago ’85; New England ’85; New York ’86, 90; Buffalo ’90; Oakland-LA ’67, ’76, ’80, ’83; Minnesota ’69, ’73, ’76; Washington ’72, ’82, ’87 and ’91. Plus two Madden Greats teams.