Summary: Well to start i have yet to touch most of the online features but they seem to be fun i am definitely interested in playing Ultimate Team mode in madden 25 other than that i find the defensive side of the game a tad tricky this year and there will be alot of missed tackles until you get it down, Other than that the connected franchise to me is just a gimmick to try and get users more involved in the online aspect of the game and i personally dont think its needed.
Summary: After buying the last two Madden's with frustation abounding, I decided to rent this one just to see if there might be improvements...no, not one, in fact it's worse. How could this game be worse? It appears as if all the pride that went into the game back in the day (and it was the hallmark game when I owned a Sega Genesis, was rather like the holy grail of sports games), has just been drained. Perhaps it's the king on the hill syndrome?
Summary: 1. Create A Team 2. NFL logos in create a team 3. Practice like NHL where you can pick how many 4. Customization for stadium in practice 5. breast cancer awareness play now games. So in general, Madden 15 needs create a team, let people use NFL logos in create a team, Practice like NHL, Customization for stadium in practice, & breast cancer awareness play now games.
Summary: This game is really fun I got it two weeks ago and haven't been disappointed the graphics arnt so good not as good as the ps4 or xbox one but the gameplay really turns this game around, no more of people getting a big run and you not being able to catch them or wierd glitchy tackle animations , it's a huge turn around from last years game.
Summary: Perhaps no sports game is more criticized by gamers year to year like the Madden franchise. Hell, I'm one of it's biggest critics. As a 2K fan, at times it's been hard to swallow what EA feeds us, and the expectations always exceed what we get. Still, I waited for the next gen version of this year's game with much apprehension, but also much excitement. Thankfully, EA Sports has delivered on the best Madden yet, even though there is still some improvement needed.
Summary: Don't waste your time or money on this POS. While the actual game play wasn't bad, it's still not even worth the trouble of playing because of all the issues with it. It takes forever to navigate the screens, probably because it looks like they tried to make it based on Windows 8, load times take forever, there was an issue with the game randomly freezing though that seems to have been corrected recently.
Summary: Look people, quit listening to people who say they hate the game because they think the different game modes suck. What this game comes down to is playing football, and Madden 25 simulates it well. The physics are realistic, in the sense that players aren't down until they're down. Also, the game is challenging. Unless you're playing with an accurate qb, you have to time your throws right and not be dumb with the ball.
Summary: I buy Madden because I enjoy (or did enjoy) Franchise Mode. Madden 25's "Connected Franchise" is tolerable, but it gets more wrong than right. Menus: Everything looks wonderful, but menu performance is abysmal. Besides the 2 - 3 second delay between tabs (yes, it gets extremely annoying) things are too spread out to be functional. Just because I enjoy building a franchise doesn't mean I want to spend most of my time in the menus.
Summary: Madden 25 for current gen straddles a thin due to it being a transition year for the series. You have to make enough changes on current-gen so fan who pick will not be upset that they are getting the same game with new roster and a new game cover. At the same time, you have to work on next-gen Madden enough, so it does not seem like the same game with better graphics. The line of what you can do for same title different platforms is tough.