5 Stars for the Sunday Ticket online package, negative 4 stars for the game itself
14 February 2014
Summary: As a big fan of franchise mode, I really dislike the new direction EA has taken it with connected careers/franchise/whatever. It's very disappointing. I used to play franchise mode very frequently, But I've given up on connected careers.
Summary: EA needs to make a lot of corrections to the server for anyone to really be able to enjoy the game. I can't play a single game in MUT without it kicking me cause I have lost connection to the EA server. Then when I try to re-connect I am unable to do so.
Summary: I'm sure the usual people that always love madden love this one too - but since there are no other NFL football games this is all you get and it has no fun value at all. No competition always leads to lack of quality and Madden proves this again. I have no FUN playing this game.
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...
Summary: First of all, this isn't the worst Madden of all time but it sure does not warrant a pass. This game has so many flaws that I will detail shortly. The graphics seem to be repetitive, Alex Smith looks like Aaron Rodgers.
No reason to buy this other than cheap sunday ticket
Tim Garvin, Amazon
10 November 2013
Summary: I feel like I bought $110 Sunday Ticket (a steal, considering last year was $300) and got this crappy game for free. I played a few games, the strategy stuff is there which is cool, but with inconsistent controls and graphics that make me feel like I'm still playing with a PS2.
Summary: I will keep this short. I have been a long time Madden buyer for 15 years. This has to be the worst year ever! Offensive line men missing blocks and running down field like they are going out for a pass. RG3 raises up off his back like a spring board to tackel a line backer that recoverd his fumble.