are reporting that EA's "Madden 2005" has broken all sales records
for the company with 1.3 million units sold in its first week. Analysts say that the sales this year are outpacing last year by about 35%. In addition, EA has registered over 300,000 new online accounts for both "Madden 2005," and "NCAA Football 2005," showing that online gameplay and killer sports titles go hand in hand.
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Also showing strong sales is ESPN and Sega's, "NFL 2K5," which has drastically increased sales to about 800,000 units by using a price point of $19.99. To sum up, people are spending money on video games. This holiday season is going to be whacky!