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      entered the PlayStation 2 generation (and truly, that console's dominance was so
      great that it deserves to be referred to as such), the previous generation
      became mostly obsolete. A handful of games from that era still hold up, Suikoden
      II and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time being two games that spring
      immediately to mind, but they are few and far between.



      The PS2 laid bare the technical limitations of the PlayStation 1 and Nintendo
      64, and it wasn't long before the 32-bit generation faded to black. Brave New
      WorldsThe impact of the PlayStation 2's graphical prowess, and later that of the
      GameCube and the Xbox, could be felt most keenly in three genres in
      particular—action games, shooters, and sports games.As it happens.



      I owned Madden 2001 on the PlayStation the year that the PlayStation 2 came
      out, so I had a direct point of reference. I derived my share of enjoyment from
      Madden on the PlayStation, but I still remember the boxy-looking players, the
      pixellated stadiums, and the basic animation. The difference wasn't nearly as
      stark for PC owners, but Madden '01 on the PlayStation 2 was my introduction to
      what a real sports simulation might look like, and.



      I wasn't alone.Madden NFL had been extremely popular up to that point,
      anchoring EA's sports lineup through the days of the madden mobile 18 coins Sega Genesis and beyond,
      but Madden didn't truly become a pop culture phenomenon until the PlayStation
      2-era came around. All the sudden it became a talking point for both celebrities
      and players alike. Its graphics, which finally approached something resembling
      "lifelike," made it easier to take its Super Bowl simulations seriously.
      Appearing on the cover became a high honor (and a curse).