On the one hand, you've got Madden 2009 with its highfalutin player ratings, realistic NFL playbooks and updated team stats. As we have mentioned elsewhere, Madden makes like a ouija board and guesses that the Steelers will win today's big game.
But here at GamePolitics, we'd like something a little more dependable before we risk the kids' college funds.
Little plastic football players who spin in circles on a vibrating metal platform seem like just the thing to give us more confidence in our wager.
Yes, we're talking electric football here. But where are the Super Bowl predictions from the cult-like world of the old school game?
Electric football die-hards have their own Super Bowl, but we need them to predict the outcome of the real one. Hopefully, before kickoff...