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Last year's Madden on PlayStation 2 was home to some questionable changes to the long-standing formula. This time around EA Sports is sticking to the basics that made Madden so popular to begin with, while still offering some small additions and improvements to what could be the final version of the series to appear on Sony's aging console. There have been a few notable changes to the core gameplay that, while they don't significantly change the experience, do deliver a slightly altered way to work your way through a game of Madden. The first is the customizable right analog stick. Here you can assign up to eight moves to every direction on the stick for both offense and defense. You can set moves for when you're playing as the quarterback, when you have the ball or when you're the receiver. The right stick customization isn't an earth shattering revelation for football, but it works fine for as simple as it is. Fight for the Fumble is one of the few mechanics that was in other versions of Madden NFL 10 and actually made the transition to PS2. Sadly it doesn't work as fluidly as on Xbox 360 or PS3. Rather than jumping into a pile and scratching and clawing for the ball at the bottom you'll watch as your team clumsily kicks it along and tries to pick it up.
By GameInformer, published 20-05-2013
Ten years ago, in Madden NFL 04 (with Michael Vick on the cover!), the series introduced an Owner's option to its Franchise mode. This let you adjust ticket prices, relocate your team if necessary, and get into other down-and-dirty aspects of your franchise. Unfortunately, the mode has not appeared in the current-gen versions of the series – until now. Madden NFL 25 re-introduces the ow...
By GameInformer, published 18-05-2013
We've put together a list of games with confirmed release dates for 2013. If a game only has a loose release date, such as a specific quarter or month, it won't make the cut. It needs to have a date. We'll be updating this throughout the year as more and more dates get confirmed. See any that we missed? Sound off in the comments below. January Anarchy Reigns – January 8DmC: Devi...
By GameInformer, published 17-05-2013
There are few things more painful as a football fan than rooting for a team from somewhere else in the country. For those beleaguered by uncooperative local programming schedules, NFL Sunday Ticket has been a godsend, but it's not the most affordable package. EA and DirectTV are looking to make things a bit easier on your wallet this year. The Madden NFL 25 Anniversary Edition comes packed wi...
By GameInformer, published 17-05-2013
Wii U owners won't be playing games from EA's upcoming portfolio anytime soon, as a spokesman has revealed the company currently isn't working on any projects for Nintendo's console. "We have no games in development for the Wii U currently," EA's Jeff Brown told Kotaku. The news comes after recent announcements that both Battlefield 4 and Madden 25 will be skip...
By GameInformer, published 15-05-2013
Last year's introduction of Madden NFL's Infinity engine brought some much-needed improvements to the field. This year, the defensive side of the ball is getting a tune up to take advantage of the tech. The new hit stick provides defensive players with more power, and added chance to cause a fumble if the ballcarrier is executing a special move. Players will also have access to something ...
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