Summary: I choose this rating because from my husbands opinion, this game isn't entertaining him as other sports video games he has. I took a chance on this item as a gift for my husband to give him an opportunity to switch up from the other sports games he has, but he says the camera angles and the way of choosing the plays are awkward to say the least. I wouldn't recommend this item to anyone.
Summary: It seems like Madden hasn't gotten a face-lift in a while now, so I figured it was time for something new. Since its release in 2010, I had interest in trying the game out, but never really got around to buying it. I now have had the opportunity to play it for a few weeks after I bought it on amazon, and let me tell you, it was a great deal for 4 dollars. 'Backbreaker's' selling point is supposed to be the game's Euphoria engine.
Superb tackle/blocking animations,good camera.Lacks active online community
14 June 2013
Summary: If you are looking for an ultra-realistic football game, look no further. Despite the release of physics in Madden, this game still is the most realistic football game I have ever played. The animations are spectacular, no two ever look the same. Every hit is different. Pass and run blocking feels like it should, and players never get sucked into animation as with Madden.
Summary: I HAD THIS GAME FOR ABOUT TWO YEARS SO THIS WILL BE A VERY IN DEPTH REVIEW. At first this game has an intrigue to it based on the view and great graphics. But it also gets frustrating as it can take a good while to get use to the camera angle. This is an adjustment phase (will take anywhere from a solid two weeks of playing to a month) that you will need to bare in order to a have a true appreciation for.