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Madden NFL 12 (Xbox 360)

Platform : Xbox 360
3.7 out of 5 stars 38 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0058BJ0KM
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 9 g
  • Release Date: 2 Sept. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,390 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
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Platform:Xbox 360

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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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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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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Its very difficult to improve on a game that has an annual update. The game mechanics will generaly be the same give or take some minor tweaking and you get the usual roster updates. As a result games like this and Fifa will always get mixed reviews from disgruntled fans. If your a big NFL fan like me you will purchase this game irrespective.

However IMO this is a significant improvemnt on last years update, and if you look at it as an individual game and not a series of updates over 20 years its a great game in its own right. The game has the usual EA polish with excellent presentation, graphics and sound.
The big improvemnts are
- the tackling dynamics and general physics are much better.
- Players have hot and cold streaks, with marquee players such as Brady and Manning always being consistent whereas someone like Chad Henne blows hot and cold depending on how you perform from week top week. This is a simple but excellent idea and will no doubt make its way over to FIFA. (England players should no doubt be absolutely knackered by the time a major tournamnet comes around and Rooney wont be able to trap a bag of cement)
- The blocking although still not without its faults is also much improved and you cant just have a very fast defensive end constantly running past a pondourous 300lb tackle.
- The scouting in Franchise Mode is a massive improvment and you can now trade for future draft picks. (This shows EA do actually listen to the fans)
- The Pre Game NFL Network show has been removed which lets be honest was a good novelty the first couple of times, but was a pain eventually and is no great loss.
- Online play is excellent and makes the £40 seem good value.
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I purchased the Madden 12 game specifically for the "Franchise" mode. I love the fact that this game allows me to be able to create a new franchise from scratch; build the team, draft and trade players while staying within the salary cap; etc. The problem with this game though is that it is totally flawed when playing an opponent to where my QB rarely is ever used; so much to where I don't need a 90+ rated player in that position nor 90+ rated WR's or TE's because I simply just need a few zippy running backs that are rated in the speed category at 94 or higher and then run draw plays all day long. My HB's are racking in 200+ yard games with 3-5 TD's on average per game; and I am by far not an expert at this game so the better my hand / eye coordination becomes, the more yards these HB's will obtain. I have mixed it up a bit too to where my offensive line players are just average and yet I am still cutting through defenses when running the draw play. In addition, when you draft great defensive players; you don't even need to do anything but call the play; the game does it all for you...therefore you just can't lose...sure; you can increase the level of difficulty; but the delta between normal and hard is huge; no fun!
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Think of this game as madden nfl 12 2.0. It's not a revalutionary new game but no one really expected it to be, like fifa each years incarnation is like a patch ont he previous year. Compared to last year graphically it is similar but that is no bad thing as I believe the graphics in Madden are arguably some of the best on a sports game. Game play is where the significant improvements are, it's a much more challenging game but still remains fun as you get the feeling of having a chance rather than only being able to run the ball a yard on the hardest difficulties last year, also it is much easier to get inteceptions this year and get intecepted which I think makes for a more demanding experience as you can't just throw a bomb into coverage and expect to get away easily. The new animations are also fantastic, giving greater scope and general improvement in the way game play presents.

There is for me one major gripe, the commentary. What the commentators say when they say it is ok. It's actually 90% the same lines as last year only now they seem incapable of saying most players names i.e "number 23 is waiting to receive the kick" whilst this is an irritation it can be let go. The bigger problem with this aspect of the game is the commentators fasiling to acknowlege key plays I.E my 80 yeard touch down run. They will discuss in depth some obscure fact about a player and even if there is a sack or a touch down or a big first down. Nothing, they just carry on prattling.

In conclusion though this game is a significant improvement of 11 in most places but commentary still looks like it was given to the 16 year old office work experience to work on. It's awful and desperatley needs patching as it detracts from the atmosphere of game.
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The annual American Football update which is the Madden NFL series, marks another title with Madden NFL 12. It's completely fair to say that Madden has regressed if anything on next gen consoles, especially in the case of Franchise Mode which has been packaged fairly bare boned. However, in recent years there have been signs of improvement, the question is how does this years version hold up?

Right away, one of the first things you'll notice is the enhanced and improved presentation. This has been worked on in previous years, but additions such as pre-game intros, improved stat tracking and panning camera angles have improved the "broadcast element" that EA Sports was looking for. There's one glaring problem though and that's the commentary. I like Gus Johnson as an announcer, he's funny and seems to be generally ethused about the on field action. Sadly, that's just on televison and not in the game. The commentary in the game is broken as it often gets it wrong with what's actually happening and the omission of player names is puzzling. Number 23, anyone? Considering EA Sports have shored up the license this is inexcusable. Despite all these supposed improvements the announcing lets the presentation and it's believability down.

Franchise Mode, does get a few tweaks. Perhaps the biggest is the new free agent "bidding" system. With this you'll be in direct competition with other NFL teams scrambling to sign a prized free agent. One of the big positives is the ability to go elsewhere in your franchise if you choose to do so. No longer are you restricted to one NFL team for 30 seasons which is a welcome inclusion. Improved rookie scouting and the draft have also been revamped, admittedly I'm not to keen on the new interface which I found intrusive and downright clunky.
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