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Review

Madden NFL 13 Review

  • First Released
  • Reviewed: August 24, 2012
  • X360

Madden NFL 13 trots out the same basic experience one more time, creating an enjoyable game without any major improvements.

In 1984, Dan Marino set an NFL record by throwing for 5,084 yards in a single season. Decades passed with no quarterback coming close to that hallowed ground, but things began to change a few seasons ago. With stricter rules governing how tight cornerbacks could play and a safety initiative implemented to eliminate dangerous hits to offensive players, passing numbers skyrocketed. In 2011, two players eclipsed Marino's record, with two more close behind. These numbers are not an anomaly. The NFL is a league built on trends. As new strategies arise and rules are introduced, old ideas are left in the dust.

Enter Madden NFL 13. With an overhauled presentation and a more refined animation system, this is the best version of the long-running franchise yet. But it's still Madden. Unlike the real sport, it hasn't evolved in meaningful ways. The tactics that worked a decade ago are still effective here. And unlike in the NFL, where every team has to use its specific skill set to succeed, there is little diversity. Despite this clash with reality, Madden 13 is still an eminently enjoyable experience. But by focusing on improvements to the aesthetics instead of the core mechanics, Madden NFL 13 does little to separate itself from its predecessors and cements the growing disconnect between it and the real sport.

Teaming Gus Johnson, the most enthusiastic play-by-play man in the business, with Cris Collinsworth, a no-nonsense analyst, seemed like a dream pairing. But the stilted chatter in Madden NFL 12 forced people to scramble for the mute button. Thankfully, these commentators have been escorted from the premises in Madden NFL 13, replaced by CBS's number one duo, Phil Simms and Jim Nantz. Their presence is less invasive, often letting the rhythm of the game speak for itself, but this has its downside. Automated replays, long a thorn in Madden's side, are once again clumsily implemented. The commentators often clam up, and disjointed cuts make it tricky to see what happened, ruining much of the broadcast charm the game attempts to evoke.

One sight Saints fans will soon yearn for: Sean Payton on the sidelines.

The biggest changes are seen off the field. Connected Careers is where you play out your franchise dreams, and there is an enticing twist that makes it more engaging than in years past. Joining an offline or online league, you choose whom you want to control. Fancy taking over your favorite player's career? Or maybe you have your eye on a retired great? Playing as Steve Young in the modern era is a dream come true for 49ers fans who have suffered through subpar quarterback play the last 13 seasons, and when it's time for him to hang up the cleats, you can take your pick of someone new. There are a handful of former players in a variety of positions, so if you'd rather dance to the end zone as Deion Sanders or abruptly retire as Barry Sanders, the choice is yours.

Connected Careers is a big improvement over Franchise mode. Now, you can choose exactly how much control you want over your organization. Play as a quarterback, and you only have to worry about throwing the ball. When your team is on defense, you just simulate the action, and then you're back in the huddle calling audibles to keep the ball out of your running back's hands. But if you want more control, you can be a coach. Current coaches along with all-time greats are present, or you can put yourself on the sidelines. Being able to switch between player and coach when you want to experience different aspects of Madden gives you new appreciation for how much depth is present in this game. Building a team through free agency, trades, and the draft is trickier than just taking the field blind to the front office's struggles, and you decide how much influence you want.

On the field, things haven't improved nearly as much. There are more animations (which is true in every new Madden release), and there is certainly appeal in seeing a receiver snag a poorly thrown ball out of the sky or a linebacker deliver a crushing hit. But uneven transitions between the animations make for awkward-looking tackles. Unlike in Backbreaker, where every hit reverberated with scary realism, the players in Madden 13 still move in a jarring way that's often distracting. Couple questionable animations with problems that have existed for years, such as random ball physics and unsettling character models, and you have visuals that look great on the surface but fall apart under closer inspection.

But such lamentations are minutia compared to the wealth of strategic joy Madden NFL 13 offers. The franchise has existed since 1988, and the various tweaks that have gone into the game in those 24 years have translated into an incredibly fun experience. As always, Madden 13 is at its best in competitive matches, and it doesn't matter if you're playing a buddy on your couch or across the country, going head-to-head is when the beauty of this game surfaces. Calling hot routes and blitzes to keep your opponent off guard, or evading a heavy rush to deliver a perfect pass, is exciting. Although luck occasionally is a factor (especially with turnovers), you're usually in total control of your actions, and considering the amount of depth present, the more time you invest, the more you grow as a player.

However, one problem that stands out is that there isn't a great diversity between teams. This has always been true in Madden, but it's still disappointing that this aspect hasn't been addressed. If you choose the Michael Vick-led Eagles, you can certainly scramble more than Carson Palmer and the Raiders, and having a fast running back allows for more outside runs than a slower runner, but these are small differences. The philosophical discrepancies that separate teams in the real NFL simply aren't present here. You can forgo the running game and run tight end seam routes as every team in the league, even though only the Patriots have a roster capable of such an attack in real life. Having this flexibility does make Madden 13 accessible for those who just want an exciting football game, but it also highlights how different the virtual interpretation of the sport is from the real thing.

Skip Bayless' enthusiasm translates to this virtual Twitter feed.

One new feature comes in the form of Kinect support. Now, you can call an audible at the line of scrimmage just by yelling key terms. Shouting "Quick pass" or "Blitz" urges your players to change their tactics accordingly, and a large number of terms are recognized. But Kinect support is severely flawed in both concept and execution. Madden excels in competitive multiplayer, and the Kinect doesn't factor in there. When you're playing locally, Kinect support isn't offered (obviously), and online, you have to mute your microphone so your opponent doesn't know what you're calling. Furthermore, the players don't always react to your voice. You may see on-screen recognition that the Kinect registered your "Hike" command, but if the meter doesn't turn green, the center won't snap the ball. Voice recognition is a feature that provides a checkmark on the back of the box, but doesn't add anything of worth to the experience.

Despite a few small issues, Madden NFL 13 is the best version of the same basic game that has existed for years. Nominal improvements in most aspects create a more believable experience, both on the field and off, and the expanded career mode lets you decide how much control you want in creating your team. But these changes never go beyond what you'd expect for a yearly sequel. And though the aesthetics have been improved, the core gameplay lacks the dynamic changes that make the real sport so exciting to watch. Madden NFL 13 is certainly enjoyable, but the dearth of evolution is more glaring every season.

The Good
Connected Careers offers a healthy variety of ways to play
Jim Nantz and Phil Simms provide solid commentary
Competitive play is great fun
Roster of retired coaches and players brings back fond memories
The Bad
Pointless Kinect support
Little difference on the field from previous years
Old issues are still present
7.5
Good
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rdizz39
rdizz39

It's better but still not good. Does EA sports know 2k is way better at creating realistic sports games? Probably not. Physics is better...less suction...but can we please make players act like themselves instead of one generated player with a different name on the back of the jersey? In 

nba2k13 every player shoots, runs, and acts like their actual real life self. In madden every qb throws the same...which looks like Sh** by the way...every rb runs the exact same...and how come when you play someone like Aaron rodgers versus some crappy backup you never notice a real difference in performance? Do they actually watch the NFL while creating this game or do they just wing it? I want to see Peyton Manning dancing in the pocket trying to find an open man....I want to see Brady bounce back and forth...Come on people...real-life physics here...The game is too generated period. I want to see huge hits that leave guys on the ground not moving.

I want to see penalties...and how about better replays for close catches and guys stepping out of bounds. And how about more realistic challenges. This stuff all lacks big time. Who cares about the ultimate madden team and career mode...AWFUL...make a better game!

squidbilly22
squidbilly22

Happy dragon your a complete idiot due the world a favor and keep your mouth shut.

squidbilly22
squidbilly22

In career mode you can't create a playbook anymore ! so your a coach without his own game plan or playbook..the Ai signs your rookies without you.."buggy"...when i simed the draft the game froze twice....lol...needs an update bad...oh yah that doesn't come out until next Aug 28.....Hard to feel like a Hall of fame coach when i can't run the formations or plays i would like too .Same 14 faces for 600 draft picks ,lol  getting old already after 2 seasons.......Im in 3 online leagues for a week ,haven't played 1 game still waiting for commish ..lol......games with friends don't count anymore so nobody plays............burn in hell EA Tiburion........and f#ck your ultimate ripoff team !

HJ3000
HJ3000

Every game for Gamespot in 2012 will be a disappointment. Don't expect any 9's or 10's unless it's the usual Halo or Call of Duty.

nyran125
nyran125

i own Madden 2008, ill just stick to that...i dont need an NFL Update till 2K gets the license back.

nyran125
nyran125

2K....can you please get the NFL license back ? thx.

SpideR_CentS
SpideR_CentS

It's sad that a game that came out in '04 still have more realictic gameplay then Madden. For shame. It sucks that we can't get a great football game, but at least the is still The Show and NBA 2k!

HappyTheDragon
HappyTheDragon

Have any of you negative commentors actually played the game?  Yes, it would be good to have some competition on the market.  Yes, there are some things wrong with the game.  Yes, they don't make huge changes every year.

But it is a good game!  The physics engine makes a big difference and every play actually is different.  It is a bit touchy but it is the system's first year.  Connected Careers are way better than the old modes, although Owner Mode could do with a comeback.

But what more do you people want from the game?  What is actually wrong with the gameplay?  It does have niggling issues, but aside from the "It is a roster update" and "Madden never changes" arguments most of you have nothing to say about the game itself.

Also, how different can the game be?  There comes a point where innovation is just for the sake of innovation.  What should they do?  Let Wide Receivers ride dragons?  Give the running backs riot shields?

armeezy
armeezy

I still think the Madden franchise can be improved so much, they need to address new things and put more realistic feels/features in the game.

ryanthomas917
ryanthomas917

Madden this year improved on a lot of things, but regressed as well.  Typical EA in taking one step forward and two steps back.  For me, the running game as a lot rougher (which is good) on the offensive and defensive side of the ball, plus, the game is realistic as you need to actually hurdle fallen defenders or avoid them, or else you will be tripped up and therefore and your run.  The connected careers mode is really fun, except for the fact that THERE ARE NO FANTASY DRAFTS, and you cannot take a roster that you have created into the mode which pretty much sucks.  You cannot edit players which causes a big problem when simulating because you will have two or three players with the same number and cannot do anything about it.  Ultimate team is really fun, but playing the mode online sucks because you either get a team that is completely jacked because the opponent spent 50 extra dollars to buff up their team.  This game is amazing in my eyes yet pisses me off extremely at the the same time.  My dream Madden right now that would be realistic for next year is to stop tinkering with the gameplay, and set it up the other stuff in a better way.  Madden can do what FIFA 12 did in their connected careers mode where there would be a player mode (Superstar), a manager mode (Franchise), and player manager mode (God Mode).  You can also edit players all you want, and have the ability to do a fantasy draft and use customized rosters.  It would also be great to have your Madden character with your game face have accomplishments that could be done in any game mode and carry over into any game mode, like in FIFA 12.  That's all I got, and my advice is to wait until this game drops in price.

HellsKing
HellsKing

- Experience points can be used on players/coaches in career mode to upgrade stats, purches new moves or more. U finally have complete control over ur team.

- Improved and smoother graphics. Physics engine is a pretty nice upgrade, can get a little glitchy, but expect that to get patched.

- online play still gets laggy/glitchy, nothing new from madden there

 

Summary: Great "NEW" game! With newer graphics/physics and an all new improved legacy mode that adds the addition of experience point upgrades for the team you could play this game forever. Most issues will be addressed after the first major big patch. KCCO

 

Concerns: Did Tom even take a look at the franchise mode or did he just play a madden moment and call it the same? Just cause it's a sports game doesn't mean it's the same as the others. It's as much like last years as COD and BF3 are alike.

noserag
noserag

What? No pre-game. half time or post game show!

At least this is what I'm reading from fellow football gamers on Madden 13.

 

This was one of the biggest knocks against Madden in past years, they finally drew up the animation clips on Madden 10. Madden 07 had great animation clips inbetween plays, but no half time show and no Super Bowl animation show.

 

I'll stay on the sidelines and read gamer reviews before touching Madden 13.

 

 

squidbilly22
squidbilly22

YO, Tom Mc Shea how much did EA pay you to give them a 7.5 ?????? because all your good points are BS and you left out about a hundred bad ones....why not just say EA is screwing football fans again like the last  7 yrs..AND CHARGING 59.00 for a NEW ROSTER UPDATE .....C'mon man !

ShoutingCricket
ShoutingCricket

Madden 13 is pretty fun, but one of my major issues is that I think that EA maybe put to much physics into it.  For Example,  when somebody gets hit they sometimes either freeze or just start randomly flopping around the field.  Another issue is that when sometimes i throw to a receiver, the ball just hits off their chest or helmet.  Also for me (or maybe its just because I'm not very good) i find that i can dominate on offense, but yet the CPU's offense is almost unstoppable, no matter what difficulty(except for rookie) all the adjustments I make or audible there is always somebody open that gets a big gain.  Add me on Xbox Live!  KrystalBulletz4

Dieofnv
Dieofnv

 i miss 2k,  i have never play or bought  an NFL game after EA got the rights. 

 

HoagNation
HoagNation

wow. I bet most of these commenters were part of the Occupy movement. 

ez054098
ez054098

Say no to roster updates

squidbilly22
squidbilly22

Online needs the most work...You can't play a friend in a ranked match anymore..only strangers which blows.....they also gutted franchise so playing with your friends at home sucks too,only exhibition mode left.......still no instant replay,,crappy cuts scenes, lag ,i hate Phil Sims with a passion "idiot"....I will return mine when it gets here....i can already kick the computers ass on the demo...don't need the game now since online is ruined...F#ck EA 

zmann4491
zmann4491

I like the game.  I'm a huge football fan and I've picked up a few Madden titles over the years.  I wasn't going to get this one since I had Madden '11 but then I played the demo and the new physics engine I had been following since E3 made me change my mind.  It plays differently enough to get me to buy it and I think it's the most fun I've had playing a serious simulation football game ever.  I say if you love football and video games than you should get this one.

X_docholiday_X
X_docholiday_X

I love the madden fan boy post! Listen and stop picking sides you sound like a fool! I bought the game and the game play is great! I'm very impressed! It's way better then 2k5 and yes I still have my copy! So don't go there. Been playing madden since 96. But the exile of all the game modes we have come to love it just an outright joke! I only play madden online and co op with my wife and bros! So I'm pissed! I called ea spent 20 mins bitching at the dude and all he could say was I understand. So I made them do a warranty exchange. I'm getting a sealed copy. Taking it back to the store and getting my $ back. So unless we tell ea or get our $ back like I did they don't give a shit. The best part is they told me that sry sir I can't take your $ cuz we don't have it. You bought it from a third party. Lmao well guess what everyone is a third party. Oh well guess the little man won a turd of a battle! Guess what ea doesn't give a shit. When will we?

Bohun07
Bohun07

There has to be a smart lawyer out there who can bring an anti-trust lawsuit to stop this blatant monopoly.

dem5000
dem5000

EA probably doesn't make as much money as they do on other titles since they  sold their soul to the NFL.  So they probably don't care.  As long as people keep buying the same game year after year, why bother investing much in it?  I sure as hell wouldn't if I were calling the shots.  The NFL shouldn't be granting exclusive BS deals to EA and Direct TV just to make more money.  The only people that suffer are fans like me who always thought the Madden franchise was a pile of garbage (the game pretty much just plays itself)  and have no desire to pi$$ around with a stupid satellite dish. They can pay the players 50 mil a year for all I care.  I'd rather see them get the money than D-Bag execs and attorneys at Direct TV, EA, and the NFL.  Not to mention the NFL is run by a dicl<head that never even played college football or pro and makes up rules as he goes.  OK, I digress....But for the love of God we need some competition! 

Bohun07
Bohun07

Good job Gamestop and Mr. McShea.  Apparently you haven't been bought by EA unlike some of your competitors (shame on you IGN).  I am now officially switching to your site.

jsofchek
jsofchek

Expecting perfection is just naive. It's a video game. Enjoy it. It's mean't to have fun with, not to be ridiculed. I picked it up today and couldn't stop playing. People just need to sit back and relax, and just simply enjoy it for what it is. 

theshortsshow
theshortsshow

Does anyone from EA read these boards? Is it just one guy in charge of updating this dismal franchise? Who is actually working over there??????Come on NFL, this is the worst major sporting game out... Step it up  

theshortsshow
theshortsshow

i'll keep it short and sweet (unlike the madden franchise)This game sucks.  

Stickman2119
Stickman2119

I bought the game, put it in and Customized my Packers roster like i always do ( create myself and trade for a few Iowa players) then played a exibition game against Bears I won 34-13, i love how game played, so then i wanted to start a franchise/dynasty with my custom tteam with the career offline mode and evidently you cant with your custom roster?

valdarez
valdarez

For those that think 7.5 is a low score, look at what NBA2K12 received, an 8.5, and MLB The Show 12 only received a 7.5 last year.  Does anyone honestly think Madden's gameplay or presentation is even close to the same level as those titles?  If we were doing relative reviews, based on score alone, Madden would fall in the 6.0 range rather than the generous 7.5 it was given. 

 

We're at the end of this generation of consoles and EA Sports still can't properly represent movement correctly, and I mean BASIC movement, such as running and turning with a player.  Couple that with the problem rendering they have due poor design decisions at the onset of this generations, and you end up with players that move oddly / non natural and appear robotic when they do move due to missing frames.

garcia_jx
garcia_jx

The whole new engine thing is just a marketing ploy, because their contract with the nfl is up next year. It may have a new engine but Madden still plays like a turd.

Lytnin
Lytnin

Have they fixed the bug where the computer automagically chooses a play for you without you touching any controls and then screws you over royally?  Had that happen in Madden 2003.  Refused to touch it ever again.  Played the demo of 2012 on Xbox.  Guess what?  Happened again.  Bug STILL not fixed after nine years.  Guess what else?  Madden is banned in my house until EA fixes their crap.

teleblue47
teleblue47

Everybody always complains how EA sports is ripping them off for 60 bucks. Are you kidding me? I was at an NFL preseason game last week. My ticket cost $75 (cheap seats), $20 to park, and a beer was 8 bucks! The many months of entertainment for $60 is well worth it. I mean C'mon now! Go to a movie. It's $10 before any snacks. Add some popcorn and a drink, and now it's $20. Freak'in gas is $4 a gallon and food prices go up eveytime I go to the store. If you don't like the game, then fine don't buy it. But don't complain that EA is ripping people off. Shut up and enjoy the game! 

squidbilly22
squidbilly22

 @ShoutingCricket i agree physics are poorly done...However i keep slaughtering the Giants with the 49ers on madden level..28-0,16-0  ...I found the Ai a bit too easy....online games will be a joke on all pro....and you can't play ranked matches against your friends "worst flaw of the game"so why add you? it wont count ...lol   they ruined the game...idiots EA is.

ShoutingCricket
ShoutingCricket

Also to add on, In my opinion it is way to easy to throw a pick.  

ShoutingCricket
ShoutingCricket

 @ez054098 I know what u mean, I had that same problem.  When i play with Philadelphia (My favorite team)  the lineup from Left to Right is Cole, Patterson, Jenkins, and Babin.  But on Madden they have it backwards.  

X_docholiday_X
X_docholiday_X

@zmann4491 I agree! If you play alone it's def the best madden to date!

ACLMUSIC
ACLMUSIC

 @Bohun07 I totally agree. I wish 2K sports could get back into the game.

X_docholiday_X
X_docholiday_X

@Bohun07 It's called a class action lawsuit. But good luck with that ppl are 2 lazy to give a shit. Like when u call ea they spend most of the time try to get u off the phone. I went to school for business and have worked in sales and retail for 17 yrs. so I know all there bullshit. Wish I had tons of $ I would buy the nfl rights and do shit with it. See how ppl feel then.

ACLMUSIC
ACLMUSIC

 @dem5000 This says it all.

ESPN NFL 2K5 was the first in the 2K series priced at $19.99 the day it shipped, much lower than market leader Madden NFL at $49.99. This greatly reduced Madden sales that year; one EA Sports developer recalled that "[i]t scared the hell out of us".[2] EA reduced Madden NFL 2005's price to $29.95. Following 2005 editions of both games, EA Sports acquired an exclusive rights agreement with the NFL and NFLPA to be the sole creator of NFL video games. The deal terminated 2K Sports production of any further NFL games. The ensuing season, Madden 2006, saw pricing returned to the $49.99 MSRP.

In December 2010, A U.S. district court judge certified a class action anti-trust lawsuit against Electronic Arts for anti-competitive practices to proceed.[3] Pending the outcome of the suit, 2K Sports could be granted NFL rights again which would permit the series to continue. In February 2011, however, EA extended the exclusive contract until 2013.

 

I will still play 2K5 the last Madden game I purchased was played once and then returned.

squidbilly22
squidbilly22

 @jsofchek guys like you are whats wrong with the world ...don't ask why just keep eating what they feed you...baaaa baaa....

Bohun07
Bohun07

 Blah Blah vanilla fan-boy.  You make no sense. 

Bohun07
Bohun07

Madden has survived based on marketing to pea brains and the fact that EA has no competition because it has created a monopoly with the help of the NFL.  

X_docholiday_X
X_docholiday_X

@Stickman2119 nope read my post. The game play is def better! But no game modes! Gone! Thx for your 63$

DVCleveland
DVCleveland

 @teleblue47 I agree with you 100%.  Let me add another example. I spend atleast $60 when I go to a sports bar to watch a game with my buds.  It's does a lot for me being a die hard Browns fan, atleast I can win some games with them on Madden. ( people get soooo pissed when I beat them with my Brownies) Bottom line..... people complain about everything now a days.

valdarez
valdarez

 @teleblue47 At least every movie you see is a different movie.  Madden is pretty much the same year after year.  It's the lack of innovation and the fundamental problems that exist year after year after year that people are complaining.

theshortsshow
theshortsshow

 @DVCleveland  @teleblue47  $60 is a ripoff in comparison to what other games are redefining in their games. Madden is a ripoff because it is the same game every year. $60 is a great deal for companies that actually invest the time into making their games better. Madden has a legal monopoly on the NFL which means it doesn't need to do anything other than make a new cover, update rosters and watch the drones buy that shit. And no I don't need to mention the former competition. if you're informed of the quality in pre-gen consoles then you'll understand. Otherwise have fun with this cookie cutter P.O.S.!!!Truth 

neeravin
neeravin

 @valdarez  @teleblue47 That is also why I skipped on M10. But then in M11 I joined an online franchise, which I also played with in M12 and will do in M13. That experience alone is worth the money.. without it, I would probably have skipped M12. With that said though, I can't wait to get my hands on M13 - they have made quite a lot of changes, both on and off field

theshortsshow
theshortsshow

 @teleblue47  @DVCleveland As long as you're willing to admit that. Then have fun. You can always look into updating your 2k rosters with the help of an adapter. I did it a year ago. it's pretty cool how they did it. Still is better than Madden. check it out here. http://nfl2k5rosters.com/They have a tutorial on how you can hook up your xbox up with em. Worth it 

teleblue47
teleblue47

 @theshortsshow  @teleblue47  @DVCleveland

 You are comparing apples to oranges. Let me say it again. For entertainment value you can't beat it. Do I wish the game was better? Yes. Am I happy about the NFL exclusive rights deal? No. Is NFL 2k5 the best football game ever? In my opinion yes. Since there are no other options available to me at this time, I guess I'll have to grin and bear it!

theshortsshow
theshortsshow

 @teleblue47  @DVCleveland So this means we can group you into the category of "content" with the current monopoly yes? $60 is a good price tag for a game that actually sets itself apart (progressively from past versions) so that you actually feel like you're getting something new. Madden is Madden, same ol' game since 2006...  You can be entertained, not arguing that, but if you think EA buying the rights is best for NFL games in general, then you obviously missed a class on economics...  We'll just leave you alone in the den while the grown ups talk, yes?

 

teleblue47
teleblue47

 @theshortsshow  @DVCleveland

 Actually I have played every football game since the vibrating board with the plastic players dancing around. I was speaking in terms of entertainment value. Obviously you didn't read the part where I said that if you don't like the game don't buy it!

valdarez
valdarez

 @neeravin  @teleblue47 If I play an EA Sports football game, whether Madden/NCAA it's in offline mode only.  The lack of real physics/movement drives me crazy, and all the hacks they've put in on the defense go against the laws of nature.  Have a hard enough time handling it in single player, I'd be frustrated beyond belief trying to play it in online competition. 

 

Sad that a game whose core feature, that of running/movement isn't represented properly, and that's it's been done better, by EA themselves, in past titles, before this generation of consoles.

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    Madden NFL 13 is developed around the powerful, all-new Infinity game engine and features new gameplay improvements, Madden social/play functionality, and the ability to build a franchise as a coach, NFL superstar, or yourself.
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