I love football. It’s my favorite sport so it’s only natural that I love, or at least used to love, Madden games. It lets me play as my favorite team and have a lot of fun. I can easily put a few hundred hours in Madden, but for the last few years Madden has lacked content and this year is turning out to be no different.
I read up on the upcoming Madden 16 and was a little disappointed in the features that they’re bringing to the table this year. I have no problems with Connected Franchise, but it didn’t have enough depth for me to really sing it’s praise to everyone I know. The draft was disappointing and the fact that Johnny Manziel was the league leader in passing yards and touchdowns told me how messed up the stat system in the game was.
The stat system isn’t the only problem in Madden. For the last few Madden games we haven’t had a good superstar mode. A mode similar to NBA 2K15’s Rising Star Mode would be great for the Madden Franchise, but it still isn’t present in Madden 16. I love the changes that was made to Connected Franchise, but why can’t we have both Connected Franchise and Superstar Mode?
The lack of a Superstar Mode is a big deal for me because I loved how well it was done in previous Madden games. Another problem that I noticed with Madden 16 right away were the graphics. I don’t usually make a big deal about graphics, but I expect the next installment of a game to have better graphics than it’s predecessor and Madden 16 looks just like Madden 15.
I love the new tackling animations and I love that wide receivers don’t automatically catch every single pass anymore. I loved watching defenses gang up on Odell Beckham Jr. and gang tackle the ball out of his hands. I’m not sure if I’ll be picking up the next Madden game. I might wait for it to go to EA Access, but I’ve been really wanting to jump back into Madden for quite some time now. It’s not August has a great lineup of games anyway so I might as well get it.
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