Madden NFL 99

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For the first time on the PlayStation, Madden NFL 99 sports a 3D polygon engine to go along with new motion-captured NFL animations. Multiple wrap tackles, shoulder drags, pump-fakes, sideline grabs, and touchdown celebrations are just a few of the moves at your disposal. If this seems daunting, a One-Button Mode is available to make things less complicated for novice users. An Arcade Mode will also help new players get a feel for the game, which does away with the rules to allow for greater action and more devastating hits. The game includes actual NFL players with ratings based on the 1997 season, all the professional teams, as well as team-specific NFL playbooks. Franchise, Season, Practice, Exhibition, Playoffs, and Fantasy Draft are the six different game modes in Madden NFL 99, with Franchise Mode making its first appearance. This mode offers a single player the experience of playing and managing a team for multiple seasons, which involves negotiating the salary cap, signing free-agents, and even replacing retired players. An EA Sports game would not be complete without detailed statistical tracking, and Madden NFL 99 is no different. Individual statistics, league leaders, team statistics, as well as season standings can all be saved to a memory card. If you have two Multi-Tap adapters, up to eight players can compete on the same screen with John Madden and Pat Summerall commenting on the action from the booth.

Game Controls


L1/R1 Button = view receivers left or right
D-Pad left or right = set player in motion
Circle Button = fake snap
Square + Square, X or Circle Button = audible
X Button = snap ball
Select Button = timeout


D-Pad = move player
Square Button = dive, QB slide
Triangle Button = hurdle
X Button = burst
Circle Button = spin
L2 Button = lateral
R2 Button = juke
L1 or R1 Button = stiff arm


X Button = passing symbols
R2 Button + receiver button = pump fake (once)
Square, X, Circle, L1 or R1 Button = pass
Triangle Button = throw ball away


X Button = control closest receiver
Square Button = dive
Triangle Button = jump


Pad Button = move player
L1 Button = shift defensive line
R1 Button = shift secondary
Square + Square, X or Circle Button = audible
Square Button = dive
Triangle Button = jump
Circle Button = power tackle, burst
R1 Button = swim move


X Button = start kick meter, kick ball
D-Pad left or right = aim kick
Square then Circle Button = audible onside kick

Receive Kick

D-Pad = control returner
Triangle Button = fair catch ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide