Kombo writes: "Madden 10 on the Wii is enough of its own game that it feels like a fresh entry into the Madden franchise. It's like the supplemental reading to a literature course. It isn't a huge concern if you don't cover it but it provides a different perspective on the same subject. The biggest issue with the game is that there is a tale of two cities but they are diluted in a large bucket of water while waiting to be tipped to one side. What it boils down to is this: Is Madden 10 targeted with smart precision to what is popular on the Wii? Yes. Is that going to sit well with everyone? No".