THQ Inc. today announced plans to unveil the first playable version of the highly anticipated Full Spectrum Warrior for the Xbox videogame system from Microsoft at Microsoft's annual Xbox gaming event, X03. Developed by Pandemic Studios, Full Spectrum Warrior is an original tactical-action military game scheduled for release in early 2004.
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The latest installment in this long running football series from EA brings a ton of new features to the table, including franchise mode, playmaker control, and several options for custom teams. Yet the biggest question to ask about Madden 2004 is the same one we ask about it every year. Are the new additions enough to justify gamers purchasing a new version?