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"Madden 25 feels meaningfully distinct from current-gen to next." - Polygon
Powered by EA SPORTS Ignite, Madden NFL 25 ushers in the next generation of sports games delivering ten times more detail than any game in the franchise’s 25 year history. Players think and anticipate in the trenches and across the field. Every step is calculated to showcase the most realistic player movement ever, and the emotion of Sunday is brought to life like never before with living sidelines, rich commentary, and thunderous crowds. Madden NFL 25 changes the game forever.
Platform: Xbox One | Edition: Standard
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I can sum it up in one phrase - "Huge Learning Curve," So, before buying this game, take this phrase to heart "Know thyself". Know what kind of games you like and dislike.
To keep it short, this is not a game you will pick-up and just play. You will spend hours learning how to play it before you play it. Granted, all games have some measure of a learning curve, but the learning curve here is a different level. You practically need charts next to you to remember everything you can do.
Just be forewarned.
The graphics are great, it it has various game play options, it is, ultimately, a fun game. But requires a time commitment that some gamers may not have.
First, the game looks better and runs smoother; there's more detail everywhere, from raucous crowds to sideline personnel, but it doesn't scream "next-gen" like some other titles. There's still work to be done going forward, but it's not as if "Madden 25" looks ugly -- far from it.
While the graphics might not dazzle, the immediately-noticeable improvement to the game's animations take gameplay up a notch. The war in the trenches that decide football games -- intricate battles between defensive and offensive linemen -- are far more dynamic and realistic. No longer do the lines simply ram into each other like buzzing electric football players of yore; they move with purpose, and they're a bit smarter to boot. Combine that with a more realistic running game, and one finds a new level of depth and challenge -- along with the satisfaction that come with success.
The end result is a more thoughtful and rewarding on-field experience, where play-calling and execution involves much more than snapping the ball and mashing the "sprint" button.Read more ›
The grapics ARE updated not matter what other people are saying they might need so glasses or try being honest. The gameplay has a very realistic this time around. I find the game really fun no complaints here.
Madden 25 on X360 and PS3 plays a pretty good (but not perfect) game of football. Madden 25 on X1 simply improves on the current-gen game in all aspects, which I'll quickly list here:
-Graphics. Madden on Xbox One is a gorgeous game. If you've been following the pre-release hype, you've probably heard (and maybe laughed) about EA mentioning the "blades of grass," but damn it if the grass isn't beautiful in this game, especially around center field logos. Realistic lighting, higher resolution players, coaches, equipment, and gorgeous stadiums highlight a really fantastic looking game. You definitely have to play it on a big 1080p TV to appreciate how good the game looks, since the ESPN MNF clips certainly didn't do Madden next-gen any visual justice.
-Gameplay. The big innovations here are "war in the trenches," "contextual awareness," and other miscellaneous improvements, most notably side line catches, which it seems like EA finally got right. War in the Trenches is a fantastic upgrade that people have been asking for for years and EA has done an excellent job with this feature, as the first time you see a DE bust straight through a double team is a sight to behold. Contextual Awareness is also a great feature, as it helps your RB's not run straight into their linemen and WR's and DB's make smarter plays on balls in the air.Read more ›
There are hundreds of posts on the EA forums since the game was released reporting similar issues. There has been no real response from EA. This is completely unacceptable and highlights EA's lack of concern for its customers (something I will think very carefully about doing again)!
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What a steal for $10 ended up being a late birthday gift. My idea on Madden is it's the same game with different players. But to a gamer it's much more than that. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Millertyme