Conclusion: All in all this game is quick, easy and fun. If you do require help with the "Don't Stop Believing" achievement then please feel free to message me and i will do my best to help you out. Enjoy the game for what it is. This is part of the reason why i still help people out, 1, because i'm nice and 2, because its a fun little game.
Excerpt: On defense, you will play with a lineman, a linebacker, two corners and a safety. On offense, you get your own lineman, a quarterback, running back and two wide-outs. The game is preset with the best five players from each team (in EA’s opinion). This is the team you’ll have the whole time. They won’t get hurt, so you don’t have to worry about protecting your players, and there is no option to substitute players into the game, as there is no bench.
Excerpt: Madden NFL Arcade is, well, exactly what the title says. Take your standard Madden game and strip it down to one game mode, make the players look kind of funny, and put five players on each side of the ball. This makes for an NFL Street meets NFL Blitz type of feel to the game. EA has taken America’s sport and created an ultra-accessible, fast-paced version.
Conclusion: Madden NFL Arcade is a very approachable game for a majority of casual sports gamers. However, the game's issues make online play unbalanced and unenjoyable. And at a $15 price tag, the little you get just isn't enough. Should the game ever drop to $10, give it a shot.
Conclusion: Madden NFL Arcade does a great job of providing a more casual, arcadey experience for football fans that long for the days that NFL Blitz ruled the arcade football genre many years ago. The modes that are offered are a bit lean and emphasize local or online multiplayer heavily, which is the key to whether this game is worth the $15 for you. The multiplayer is mostly balanced with a quick speed that makes it easy to be stuck playing this for hours if you’re not careful.