In the United States, there's an unofficial holiday that occurs each August. Known as "Madden Day," it's the day when sports-crazy fans call in sick so that they can play the newest version of the Madden NFL football series.
Madden Day this year was supposed to be especially sweet, because this year, we had been promised a Mac version of Madden 08. Not a watered-down port that would surface a year or two after the release, but a real, live Mac release on the SAME DAY as the console and PC versions. Steve Jobs himself said so at WWDC, backed up by EA co-founder Bing Gordon.
So, here it is, Madden Day. We have Madden 08 for XBox 360, Wii, PS3, Gamecube, Xbox, PS2, PSP, and even PC... so where the hell is the Mac version?
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