Madden players believe that presentation is key
A lot of Madden players who have played the mode for a number of years believe that Franchise mode is better. There are a variety of ways to improve the experience. One of the smallest modifications is to make transaction wire more realistic.
Players aren't able to control franchises and have to make their own decisions on who they sign and how they trade during the season. While this may be advantageous for players, it could hinder the overall appearance of this being a true simulation. Intelligent AI could make a difference.
Madden players believe that presentation is key. EA hasn't given players the ability to alter their environment, or made the game look more realisticdespite better graphics. The sidelines can be a bit ridiculous with weirdly-shaped characters in football pads performing the same routines over and again. The crowd has the same habit of acting similar to one another. It would be fascinating to watch the crowd move more inside the stadium, to at least create movement.
It's about time to improve the video game version of the Super Bowl better than it is. While the announcers try to create the atmosphere by telling how big this juggernaut game is in the pregame, the actual game isn't exactly a Super Bowl. The lack of quality presentations and some of the Super Bowl aesthetics like the logo and patches that leave many things to be desired makes it appear like an exhibition game rather than one of the most significant events in the player's life.
One of the more intriguing features introduced into the Madden games over the last few years is its story mode, Face of the Franchise. It has provided amazing ideas to players throughout the years, but has yet to determine its full potential.
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