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Submitted by vudu 2808d ago | article

The good (and bad) of sports video games

Albert Einstein once said that innovation is not the product of logical thought. And to think: The Nobel Prize winner never fumbled his way through a game of "Madden 06" with the passing cone turned on. From novel features to shifting controls, sports games are forever attempting to innovate -- the better to convince you that last year's edition is more outdated than rotary telephones, and that this year's iteration is as essential as oxygen. Sometimes these changes make all the difference. Sometimes they make E.T. on the Atari 2600 look inspired. Well, almost.

Herein, Page 2 presents their picks for the best and worst sports video game innovations: (Culture)

Credit url: sports.espn.go.com

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