Madden Football 64
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|Madden Football 64|
|Release date(s)||NA October 31, 1997|
PAL December, 1997
|Mode(s)||Single player, Multiplayer|
|Rating(s)||ESRB: Kids to Adults (K-A)|
This edition does not use real NFL team names or logos, so as with past games that had players' association licenses but not those of the league, the teams use banners that consist of two bars with the team colors, and the team name on top of them in white, accompanied by players in their uniforms. The Pro Bowl is referred to as the "Madden Bowl", and the Super Bowl as the "EAS Championship".
The New England Patriots are referred to as Foxboro, the Carolina Panthers are referred to as Charlotte, and certain historic teams for the Los Angeles Rams are referred to as Anaheim. This refers to where their stadiums are actually located (despite the Rams not playing in Anaheim until the 1980s). Despite this, the Buffalo Bills, Dallas Cowboys, and Detroit Lions are not referred to as Orchard Park, Irving, and Pontiac respectively, and neither New York team is East Rutherford. Team uniforms are sometimes altered; Foxboro's helmet in this game is red when in real life it was silver.
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