Madden NFL '95
|Madden NFL '95|
European Sega Mega Drive cover art
|Developer(s)||Visual Concepts (SNES)
High Score Productions (SG/MD)
|Release date(s)||Super Nintendo|
|Mode(s)||Single player, Multiplayer, Online|
Madden NFL '95 (for the Sega Genesis only) was the first Madden game to have both the NFL team logo and NFLPA licenses. This version of Madden NFL was also the first Madden to showcase no passing windows. Previously included "Past Championship Teams" and "All-Franchise" teams were not included. Player stats were tracked individually both in-game, and throughout a season. The cover has John Madden on it, but it also features two actual NFL players, Dallas Cowboys left tackle Erik Williams and San Francisco defensive lineman Karl Wilson who has his number edited to show the fictional number 70 which was not used on the 49ers roster.
It was released to both the Game Boy and Sega Game Gear.
The game also features the theme song from the NFL on Fox.
GamePro gave the Super Nintendo a positive review, expressing approval for both the game's many new features (particularly the ability to substitute players in any position) and the retention of the same user-friendly mechanics as previous Madden games.
- "Madden '95 Is Best Yet!". GamePro (65) (IDG). December 1994. p. 188.
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