Popular football sim offers streamlined play and more.
Common Sense Media
4 November 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that Madden NFL 11 is an E-rated football simulation game. The game is appropriate for players of all ages, but parents should know that the Wii, Xbox 360, and PS3 versions of the game let you play on the Internet -- and with the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions, you can also chat...
Excerpt: on the Wii consisted of new stylized graphics, a few new multiplayer-focused modes and the removal (or "lock-up") of traditional modes. While some of these items seemed like a good idea, the whole package was lacking. Too much of what made
Pros: Franchise mode., Accessible gameplay., New additions.
Cons: Occasional control issues., Occasional online issues., Commentary is a bit limited.
Madden NFL 11
19 August 2010
Conclusion: The preponderance of big plays is the main reason Madden struggles to capture the feeling of the real sport. Whether you're slinging bombs downfield on offense, lighting people up with big hits on defense, or returning kicks for touchdowns on special teams, there are lots of huge moments in Madden...
Pros: Hand of God cooperative mode is enjoyably goofy, Big plays are fun to pull off.
Cons: Strange balance between realism and arcade style, Quarterbacks are way too good at running and passing, Limited online options.
Excerpt: Madden Nfl 11 va redéfinir votre perception de la saga Madden Nfl. Le nouveau système GameFlow vous propulse littéralement dans le casque d'un Quarterback de la Nfl et vous permet d'exécuter les coups les plus spectaculaires du Football américain...