Excerpt: In examining this year's sports titles, one fact has become painfully evident to me: The interactive sports world requires the next generation of consoles if it's to take the next step in regards to immersion, realism and innovation.
Conclusion: Concept: The game features the second iteration of the Infinity physics engine and the return of owners mode
Graphics: There’s not a lot new to see, and the faces and bodies of coaches and owners look odd and out of proportion
Sound: Nantz and Sims are great to listen to, even if their comments and...
What Do You Get John Madden For His Silver Anniversary?
27 August 2013
Conclusion: We're at the point in the generation where sports games are refining rather than innovating and have been for years. Thus we have the most polished Madden game so far, but one with only a few new features.
Summary: I thought we'd have flying cars by 2025... Take my review of last year's Madden 13 . Give it a roster update. Associate any players I named who've been swapped around like pogs with whatever their new team is. Axe a missed dangling participle or two. Tighten up the mechanics of writing.
Conclusion: The venerable Madden monolith returns for a 25th season, and it's quite possibly the most realistic Madden to date and just as much fun as it was in 1988. Deep franchise and career modes and online gameplay options round out this excellent offering.
Pros: Improved Infinity Engine for more realistic physics. Engaging franchise and career modes. Fun for both rookie and pro players. Hundreds of new plays. Improved running game.
Cons: Idiotic commentary (as always). Occasional unrealistic player movements and collisions.
Conclusion: Ich bin schon seit mehr als 20 Jahren eingefleischter Fan der Miami Dolphins. So, jetzt ist es raus! Der American Football ist mir somit absolut nicht fremd, und ich muss eingestehen, dass mich audio-visuell noch kein Spiel dieser Art dermassen vom Hocker gerissen hat.