Madden video football game gets competition
It's football season -- in the virtual world. While the nation gets ready for the start of gridiron action, the video game companies are out with their latest versions. A-P sportswriter Jim Scott has been wearing out his thumbs with "Madden NFL 2005" and "ESPN NFL 2K5." He gives a slight edge to the ESPN title for its great graphics and bargain price of just 20 dollars. The Madden title sells for 50. Scott enjoys playing both and says video gamers can't lose this year, no matter which title they choose.
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