Additional Information about Madden Football 64 (Nintendo 64, 1997)
Madden 64 is the first installment from EA Sports of the Madden series for the Nintendo 64. EA couldn’t get a National Football League (NFL) license, so the teams are named by the cities they hail from and real NFL players aren’t in the game. The game is exactly the same as Madden NFL ’98 for Playstation, except for beefed up graphics and polygon players. Madden 64 offers real NFL plays and schemes, realistic player motion and momentum thanks to motion capture techniques. Plus all the moves you’d expect from the Madden series. Stiff arms, dives, spins, jumps, etc. Start a new season or exhibition mode to play against your friends.
Madden Football 64
Number of Players
Game Special Features
Advanced 3D graphics engine features 5000 frames of animation and up to 60 frames-per-second motion
Lead receivers, toss bullet or lob passes, and time throws with touch passing controls
Commentary and play-by-play from veteran announcers Pat Summerall and John Madden