Conclusion: In Madden NFL Arcade , you play with five men on a side. For offense, that means the quarterback, one running back, two wide receivers and an offensive lineman. The defense is comprised of its own lineman, a pair of cornerbacks, a linebacker and a safety to round out the package. For each real world NFL team, there are five real NFL players chosen by the game’s designers. There are no injuries and no substitutions, so that’s the team you’re stuck with.
Summary: If you like the concept of the game and you think you can handle Uberschizoid, this game is a definite buy. Most people probably wont play long enough to merit a purchase.
Pros: -Shiny graphics., -Very fast-paced., -Hardcore gamers will love Uberschizoid mode., -Music is pretty good., -Will take most people a long time to finish the last few levels., -Lag-free Xbox Live experience.
Cons: -Too simple., -The only really good mode is “Uberschizoid”., -Too expensive for what it is.
Summary: Exercise is sometimes a very daunting thought. When was the last time you went for a jog? Or perhaps the last time you did a press-up? Probably the answer to those is quite a long time ago. You see when it comes to us typical gamers; exercise is usually the last thing on your mind, particularly after a long day at work when all you want to do is chill out on the sofa.
Pros: A cheap effective way to exercise, Slick and futuristic menus, Near 1:1 tracking of movement
Cons: Requires ALOT of room space, Not many mini-games included, Flinging your arms can sometimes confuse Kinect
Conclusion: The game does have some flaws; it seems ever since Geometry Wars introduced the big flashy graphics with the explosions everyone has copied them. This game is no exception and with these prolific graphics comes blockage of the screen. This is especially true at key points such as higher levels with many enemies it can cluster the screen and you can not see what you are doing because of it, which can equate to pointlessly lost lives because of an easily avoidable problem.