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Madden NFL 20 is the seventh iteration of the series on this

Postby SayMeImba on Tue Jul 30, 2019 9:18 pm

Madden NFL 20 Coins A bit more than fifteen years ago American football games were a dominant force in the video games industry. The annual arrival of Madden and its competitors was marked on the calendar as an event rivaling the importance of the holiday sales season. In recent years the player base and release day excitement surrounding the series has diminished with first-week retail sales of Madden NFL 19 cut in half from where they were with Madden NFL 13. This has been a trend despite the NFL being more popular than ever. How can this be? It’s simple. The Madden series is now stale and lifeless only existing to sell card packs and roster updates. EA doesn’t seem to care about what was once its golden goose and neither should prospective buyers. Madden NFL 20 cements the series as the worst major sports video game series available by no small margin.

In past Madden editions it would be important to account for the elite players on the field buy MUT Coins but they were unlikely to really change the approach to playing on a game-by-game basis. Maybe you'd see Aaron Donald and decide to run to the other side or roll out the QB in the other direction and he wouldn't have much of an impact otherwise.

Madden NFL 20 is the seventh iteration of the series on this generation of consoles. Obviously you can’t expect sweeping changes to the underlying design philosophy of a game like this on an annual basis when it is so deep into the life cycle. This line of thinking makes all the sense in the world if you assume that the product is strong at the core and that this core is a meaningful step forward from the previous generation. Sadly when it comes to Madden NFL this is not the case.

Some marginal tuning may be necessary however to properly balance the X-Factors. There's much you can do to try and neutralize a dominant pass rusher yet you can simply choose to avoid a superstar corner or safety. There are also arguably too many fumbles being forced by certain classes of X-Factors. A few of the special abilities crept into "gimmick" territory but the vast majority are well thought out.

Beginning with Madden 25 the first version of the game released on PS4 and Xbox One in 2013 the overall package was sparse. Having just launched on a new engine and hardware it was forgivable for Madden to not be feature complete or as refined as the standout releases of generations prior. Surely that level of fun and polish would arrive with Madden NFL 15 released in 2014 but it was not to be. While the game sold very well finishing second in overall sales to Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare that year longtime fans felt it was still a greatly inferior product to predecessors like Madden 2004 or Madden NFL 10 in core gameplay and features.

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