Madden NFL 25 (PS4)
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- Platform: PlayStation 4
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MADDEN NFL 25
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First off, the presentation is still first class and the move to a more powerful console has made things even better. The menus are very akin to the Metro stylings of Windows 8, with a grid of different options that is now found in the pause menu as well as the main menus. Everything is easy to find, though I was a bit confused moving from the old list view in the pause menu. The match day feel is retained from the very beginning, from the videos of each team to the animated avatars of Phil Simms and Jim Nantz as well as the stat overlays (often sponsored by a well known company). Commentary is solid, though Phil Simms does recycle his lines a lot. The Ignite engine helps animate the crowd and the field and gives a real sense of immersion, though I do miss the stadium flyovers from the last gen and some players don't look right (Colin Kaepernick has no tattoos, for example). I also feel that the graphics could be even better - NBA 2k14 on next gen has showed just what these consoles can do and Madden isn't quite there yet.
Gameplay is as good as it's always been. I'm not a massively hardcore NFL fan but I find that I can string plays together quite well. Running plays seem to be more difficult than on last gen and as my created character I've struggled to make many yards on the same Pro difficulty - some people have reported a speeding up of motion once the HB has the ball but I haven't really experienced this. The Read Option is very difficult to pull off and is a bit fiddly - I think I've been successful once so far when trying the play. Passing is fine and defending is responsive - I'm just not very good at it!
All of the game modes in the last gen game appear to have returned, from the very useful Skills Trainer to Connected Franchises and Ultimate Team. Personally I'm still mourning the loss of the normal Create a Team (and the amazing stadiums I made in it) but I guess EA can push more people towards Ultimate Team without its inclusion. Ultimate Team remains a cash cow for EA across its sports series, but the game definitely doesn't require that you splash out for more players. Online play is fine - I've yet to really play much online but the games I've played have been alright.
All in all, Madden 25 is an improvement over its last gen namesake but there is still a lot that could be done, and no doubt will be done for the next instalment of this successful franchise.
Although this version is fine the faces are too generic and some of the flexibility in plays has been lost from what the PSP offered.
I think I am waiting for a much improved version.
Even though some of my favourite features keep getting removed year after year, I still enjoy playing, although choosing to play as a second-string, undrafted QB for the Dolphins isn't getting me much game time *chuckles* Great at holding the ball for the kicker now, though!
I've started a career at the Miami Dolphins and throughout the games your player will have wear and tear on him, The game is less glitchy and players won't do stupid things like repeatedly fall over after the play.
You can definitely feel the difference and seeing the game and playing it you will definitely be able to see for yourself
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