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 Post subject: Madden 25 simulation in franchise
 Post Posted: Sat Sep 21, 2013 11:17 am 
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If you're controlling all 32 teams, can you simulate individual games? So for instance, in week one, can I play 4 games and simulate game by game individually to make certain teams win, instead of doing the force advance and having all the games simulated at once? This might be a deal breaker. Madden is getting too cute lately. God, I miss the basics of the 2k games

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 Post subject: Re: Madden 25 simulation in franchise
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Yeah it seems that as the consoles get more advanced the Madden games have less and less features. Remember when you could design your own plays?

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 Post subject: Re: Madden 25 simulation in franchise
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Dtowers wrote:
Yeah it seems that as the consoles get more advanced the Madden games have less and less features. Remember when you could design your own plays?


I loved the play design. Made the game much more personal imo. I keep thinking they are going to bring it back but thus, no dice.


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It's ridiculous the amount that's been added removed, re-added, and removed again. If they actually built on the game previous they might have a good product. I mean you'd think after year after year of development longer than any normal game they'd be half decent at their job.

But nope, still same ole half baked features.


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 Post subject: Re: Madden 25 simulation in franchise
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I have been less than thrilled with the AI in this latest iteration of Madden, sure it's shiny but when Kam Chancellor is in a zone near the end zone and the QB runs less than a foot from him and he just stands there watching him run into the end zone it drives me up a wall. This happens way to much. The run blocking is still beyond broken at times as well.

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 Post subject: Re: Madden 25 simulation in franchise
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Whatever you do, don't simulate in 15 minute quarters. I simulated one game, and Drew Brees finished with 800 yards passing one 100 attempts, and Matt Ryan finished with 623 yards on 80 attempts. Final score: 68-42.


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