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Madden NFL 12 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
4.0 out of 5 stars 27 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B0058BJ0DO
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.8 x 1.4 cm ; 95 g
  • Release Date: 2 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,228 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PlayStation 3

Product Description

Madden NFL 12 continues the rich tradition of the storied franchise by bringing fans closer to the NFL than ever before. Featuring all 32 teams, stadiums, and your favourite players, Madden NFL 12 is True to the Game. Whether battling your rivals on the couch or online, leading your favourite team to the Super Bowl in Franchise mode, or building the ultimate dream team in Madden Ultimate Team, Madden NFL 12 is True to the NFL, True to the Franchise, True to the Game.


 

  • Playbooks & Gameplay - All-new collision system, advanced defensive A.I. enhancements and the #1 most requested feature, Custom Playbooks, come together to provide a more authentic gameplay experience.
  • Sights and Sounds of Sunday - Experience NFL Sundays like never before with team-specific run-outs featuring mascots and cheerleaders, authentic broadcast cameras, lifelike 3D grass, and dynamic time-of-day.
  • Build an NFL Dynasty - Take complete control of your favorite team with an enhanced Franchise mode featuring expanded rosters, cut days, an injured reserve list, and more. Hire and fire coaches, or trade draft picks to build the NFL’s next dynasty.
  • Dynamic Player Performance - Dynamic Player Performance is an all-new feature that creates unprecedented realism as a player’s skills and confidence will rise and fall based on his performance throughout a game or in Franchise mode, just like the real NFL. No two players will play the same in Madden NFL 12.
  • Madden NFL Ultimate Team - The perfect combination of Madden NFL Football, fantasy football, and trading cards comes to life in Madden NFL Ultimate Team.
  • Online Communities - Online Communities will provide an all-new way for Madden NFL gamers to meet and play.

    Manufacturer's Description

    Madden NFL 12 continues the rich tradition of the storied franchise by bringing fans closer to the NFL than ever before. Featuring all 32 teams, stadiums, and your favourite players, Madden NFL 12 is True to the Game. Whether battling your rivals on the couch or online, leading your favourite team to the Super Bowl in Franchise mode, or building the ultimate dream team in Madden Ultimate Team, Madden NFL 12 is True to the NFL, True to the Franchise, True to the Game.

    KEY FEATURES:

    • Playbooks & Gameplay - All-new collision system, advanced defensive A.I. enhancements and the #1 most requested feature, Custom Playbooks, come together to provide a more authentic gameplay experience.
    • Sights and Sounds of Sunday - Experience NFL Sundays like never before with team-specific run-outs featuring mascots and cheerleaders, authentic broadcast cameras, lifelike 3D grass, and dynamic time-of-day.
    • Build an NFL Dynasty - Take complete control of your favorite team with an enhanced Franchise mode featuring expanded rosters, cut days, an injured reserve list, and more. Hire and fire coaches, or trade draft picks to build the NFL’s next dynasty.
    • Dynamic Player Performance - Dynamic Player Performance is an all-new feature that creates unprecedented realism as a player’s skills and confidence will rise and fall based on his performance throughout a game or in Franchise mode, just like the real NFL. No two players will play the same in Madden NFL 12.
    • Madden NFL Ultimate Team - The perfect combination of Madden NFL Football, fantasy football, and trading cards comes to life in Madden NFL Ultimate Team.
    • Online Communities - Online Communities will provide an all-new way for Madden NFL gamers to meet and play.


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To start with I am no Madden fanboiy having been left frustrated by Madden 11, but this game is freaking awesome so far! In summary

- The new hitting AI looks, feels and responds amazingly...when a player gets hit they bounce around, stumble, trip or if you are getting hit my Ray Lewis totally cleaned out! You can also get the big hits with the DBs when the WRs try and make a catch...its very satisfying and a few replays have been saved!

- The new defence AI also seems to be more intelligent with players swarming to the ball or catching out the fake and trick plays...needsless to say its tougher to fool the defence for a better experience.

- Offensive line blocking is better with bandits and blitz being picked up better. The amount of times my RB cut on rushing linebackers has saved my QBs ass countless times

- The pre game graphics are pretty cool with a view into the stadium before kick off

- Its cool that in Franchise mode you can make all the cuts to trim your squad down the 53 roster maximum

- The product placement is not as annoying nor blatant...no more OLD SPICE BODY WASH!!

However my biggest grip is the commentary still SUCKS. Come on EA...Fifa's is awesome how can you not transfer over the same technology. I have been told my CB got toasted on a 2 yard play so many times I wanna tell Collinsworth to shove it up where the sun dont shine.

Overall I am very happy with this game and predict many hours of gaming to come!
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I am a die hard Madden 11 fan, in fact over playing it contributed to the downfall of my nice PS3. Now stuck with crappy new cheap build version (£189) that looks cute but sounds like a pneumatic drill. Moving on, the first thing that is really upsetting is the lack of atmosphere in game. They sapped it in Madden 12. The games are now very boring (even playing & winning the super bowl). The extra touches look nice (player entrance to stadium & Ariel view of stadium etc...) But with all the jerking around, you don't really get to appreciate it. There is also some anti-aliasing hammertime going on with the graphics. Looks rushed in places. Nice to see cheerleaders, but they are supposed to be hot, not twin sisters of chucky! Once of the worst things is dumping "The extra point" show. I loved that AND all the advertising... Swagger!!. You really felt you were immersed in NFL with 11. 12 is a more a damp squib. The commentators don't even say touchdown! Unnecessary complex menu options added also. I don't want to waste 4hrs adjusting settings! Should have made it even simpler. User interface is pretty, but confusing. Should have left player picture info at the top, not make it move down the list. Final rant. This game looks designed purely for online play. I wasted £16 on coins only to discover they can only be used online and do dot really improve your visual or in game offline experience. I am playing 11 again and am trading in Madden 12. 11 is simply more a fantastic offline experience. If you've NEVER played 11, you don't know what you are missing so 'might' like 12. If you have, I expect like me you will find 12 to be a waste of money. I look forward to 13 and pray they make it more like 11.
I gave it 3 because of the pretty graphics and extra touches/physics improvements.
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This year is a crucial one for EA's massive gridiron franchise. Sales wise it's still the biggest sports game out there not called FIFA, but last year's Madden caused a backlash from fans who accused the development team of playing things too safe. With a gulf in quality forming between this and fellow US sports series The Show and NBA 2K, almost all the new features in Madden 12 are here to pull those alienated die-hards back in.

It's a sensible move. To the casual player Madden 11 was more than acceptable thanks to the introduction of GameFlow. This mechanic enabled you to whizz through games without worrying about tactics, letting the AI to select plays for you. Part-timers liked it, but the hardcore damned it for it's limitations - like failing to take into account the number of opposition wide receivers when you were on defense. (In real life, you'd combat extra WRs by deploying extra cornerbacks).

It's better this year, giving you the chance to select from three plays on both sides of the ball. The AI still makes odd choices - it still hasn't fully fixed that WR vs CB issue - but I was far less inclined to resort to the full playbook 30 times a game as happened last year. A better tackling engine (no more nonsensical eight-man scrums) and proper physics (bringing a running back down depends on timing rather than luck) also enhance gameplay significantly.

Other fan-requested changes make a huge difference to the overall experience, too.
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