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- The Huddle Up co-op mode where players can join forces on the field to attain pro football's ultimate title.
- Intuitive controls aimed at casual gaming, as well as three levels of play calling: All Play, Intermediate and Advanced.
- The Call Your Shots game mechanic that allows players on both offense and defense to change their plays on the fly as needed.
- Spotlight Moments, a reoccurring variety of Wii mini-games that decide hotly contested plays.
- The Madden Showdown, a 1-4 player tournament where players engage in classic 11-on-11 games, to 5-on-5 gridiron battles.
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Before I even begin this review, let me say that I have NEVER had a desire to own a Madden game on any console before. Ever. Until Madden 10. I am not a big sports fanatic, and thus couldn't care less about trades, drafts, seasons, stats... when I sit down in front of my gaming console I want hours of fun and competitive action... not arguing over stats, gloating, bad sportsmanship, etc. So I have never owned a Madden game on any console, and typically dread playing Madden with any of my friends, because I could never compete with them! Until now...
This year, I could tell immediately that Madden 10 was going to be something different. It seemed to be more designed to appeal to me. Dont get me wrong: I am not the WiiFit demographic. I am a hardcore gamer, male, in my 20's. I just don't fit the typical Madden niche. This year's offering, as other reviews have stated (and SLAMMED the game for!) doesn't include a lot of what the hardcore sports fanatics might be looking for: trades, franchise mode (whatever that is!?), create-a-player (which I would have probably liked), etc... hence their unfavorable reviews. However, that said, the game has lots of features that ARE APPEALING, and I am really enjoying the game. Here are the features that attracted me:
1 - "HUDDLE-UP MODE" - this is a Wii-only mode that sounded really fun and interesting. Essentially, it is a 4-player mode where 2 players (opponents) control the game normally....Read more ›
First, I appreciate the new look. I'm glad to see that EA has figured out ways to make games playable on the Wii. The menu redesign reminds me of the new look in Tiger Woods 10 which I think is great. Frankly I am tired of playing games on the Wii that have menus and text you can't read and I'm glad EA finally is addressing this. I thought the frame rate during gameplay on Madden 08 was sub par, but with Madden 10 this does not seem to be an issue. Yes, the players do look "cartoony" in closeup shots but the graphics I think are very sharp with clean edges. During gameplay, you really don't notice that your linemen are roughly 7 times larger than your running back.
The presentation during the game does not feel like a TV broadcast like other games have done. All the screens are done in the overinflated and colorful style of the game. The commentary is adequate but they really need some variety in describing touchdown celebrations. There weren't any replays or cut scenes in the games I played. On a side note, I couldn't find where to change the weather when staring a game, just the wind and time of day.
This really is a "no frills" sports game even though it is targeted for casual fans. There are no animated scenes between plays like you've grown accustomed to except for an occasional look inside the huddle. I didn't even see any defensive celebrations after tackles or big plays. Player animations are smooth and believable nonetheless.Read more ›
Franchise Mode: TEAMPLAYER
Superstar Mode: EGOBOOST
Situation Mode: YOUCALLIT
Super Bowl Stadium: THEBIGSHOW
Pro Bowl Stadium: ALLSTARS
Master Code (unlocks everything): THEWORKS
That being said, I have played every Madden on Wii so far and find this one the most enjoyable. The menus are now slick and polished, and I would say the same about the gameplay itself. The control schemes are the same except the option to "Point and Pass" has now been included, which I think is a nice option to have. The internet games run without glitches and still do not require friend codes, which is great. After buying this game I would definitely recommend it to those who appreciate good, fun gaming.
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Boyfriend loves playing this game. Seems to really like it. He caught on how to play pretty quickly no complaints from himPublished 7 months ago by Melissa
My 9 year old really enjoys this. It is a nice compromise between paying a lower price and getting some newer features.Published 14 months ago by K in Denver