Madden: How the Franchise Became King of the Gaming Gridiron

EA's Madden franchise has sold more than 100 million units to date, but how did John Madden start a sports gaming revolution...

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MCTJim1487d ago

Exclusive rights to names..likenesses and teams I would think.

Demobot1487d ago

Shutting out the competition. That always works.

ShowGun9011487d ago

i think NFL games are fun, but i've never bought a Madden after the exclusivity contract, and i wish other people would make a stand instead of continually buying it... ONE YEAR of sub-10,000 copies sold, and they might learn a lesson... not saying we'll ever see a NFL 2K game again...

jr24241487d ago

Straight cash, homie.

_FantasmA_1487d ago

adjective anti \-kəm-ˈpe-tə-tiv\
: tending to reduce or discourage competition, see Microsoft.

shloobmm31487d ago

Except Microsoft encouraged competition by becoming a player in the videogame race to begin with.

SoapShoes1487d ago

While this is just off-topic, Microsoft has done nothing to encourage any real competition.

NYC_Gamer1487d ago

It's easy to become number #1 without any competition

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