Madden

Madden NFL 20 Review

Madden NFL 20 is a gorgeous game, plays beautifully, and the new QB1 mode is a nice addition, but I couldn’t help but continue to think about what’s next for the franchise rather than fully embrace what we got in this year’s package

Madden NFL 20 Review

Madden NFL 18 Review

Stories in sports games. We’ve been talking about the idea for over a decade and it’s just in the last couple of years we’ve seen the two big sports developers (EA & 2K) start investing in it. Last year both FIFA (from EA) and NBA 2K (from 2K Sports) made stories a huge pillar in their annual releases. This year, EA Sports is following up the success of Alex Hunter in “The Journey” with Longshot, a new story mode in Madden NFL 18.

Madden NFL 18 Review

Madden NFL 16

And let’s face it EA Tiburon has been doing a bang up job on the field. Madden has never played better. The game is smooth, strategic, and a lot of fun. If you slept on last years’ game or are just ready for some football, Madden NFL 16 is another great entry into the series.

Madden NFL 16

Madden NFL 25

There was a clear focus on smoothing out the rough edges and making the best playing Madden of this generation. This focus has been sorely missing from the last couple of games and that allows Madden NFL 25 to leave this generation on a high note.

Madden NFL 25

Madden NFL 11

This year I think the storyboard ideas for this year’s game sounded great and some of them turned out to be quite solid additions. However I really feel like as great of a game of football Madden NFL 11 is, they missed some of the core competencies that has kept this a great game of football for all these years. Madden NFL 11 is a great game of football, the best of the series so far, but its not without a few minor draw backs.

Madden NFL 11