Madden NFL 2005 Review
The Madden NFL series, “in our country,” is a series of games that have been going on quietly for years. Once Upon a time, one of the channels on TV broadcast the NFL to attract the NBA ratings of the other, I watched it, if not with interest. And then, after halftime, ben Kobe’s dunks were back, while the green grass continued to yesild each other. It turned out that I would ignore what a big ore. I knew when I played this game.
Football is played by ellen!! (Pre-Madden 2005)
It’s American Football. We don’t know American football yet, which we don’t already know. I say that we know, because the game gives the player the same taste that the truth gives when watching at the beginning of the TV. Each of the players and the stadiums of the teams are modeled differently from the reality. You smell all the detail, and in all the Points you can notice, the unique feature of this place caresses your eyes. Yeah, and I know you’re not gonna take this game and watch around like MYST. Mine are the words I use to praise you for the graphics in the game. But there are various interactions across the entire playing field, and recently, I think, the first signal of EA Sports ‘ explosion again in the collapse ahead of its world-expected Games.
The NFL has a fluctuating mobility in its game, as well as in itself. In other words, matches are constantly pausing and accelerating, and in general, the game is very well transferred. Depending on how you attack or defend in the game, the tactics that your team will do vary. First, you adjust your posture position, and then you choose one of the dozens of pass variations that differ according to each different line-up, and you attack by sending the ball to the player you want, or you try to put your opponent down with a defense that you will do according to your line-up. Of course, if you can, you can start your own attack by getting in between their long passes and grabbing the ball. Attacks develop and end within a maximum of 10 seconds, during which time you are either knocked down or scored goals.
Hmmmm…. (During Madden 2005)
In those 10 seconds, you have about 20 keys under your control. In order to develop a decent and solid attack, as well as not to give up defensive security, the keypad in different combinations that reach this number in total can give you a lot of difficulty in the first half hour of the game. You can’t imagine how hard I tried to pass to the guy behind me in the santrada in the first minutes. This difficulty, as I said, only forces you when you are in the process of getting used to the game. After that, you can develop very conscious attacks, build walls of meat for the desperate players of your opponents.
I just mentioned how beautiful the graphics are. We all know that EA already has surpassed capabilities in this regard. The details were then seduced, and when we were immersed in the game, all the visuals, from the movements of the athletes to the behavior of the spectators, were created from the very beginning. It’s especially nice that the audience is out of “cardboard.” They do shows among themselves, there are no words to say to the voices anyway; on the other hand, the appearance and behavior of the fanatical spectators, who occasionally appear, is as much fun as a very real fan.
The game is discovered in its true taste when played in franchise mode. Here, you first encounter the development screen of your player. After selecting one of your different players in each position that you want to improve their strength, you go through an exercise based on your position, and if you succeed here, you add to the feature that you want of your player. In the meantime, the music playing is as harsh as the sport itself. Again, we have a jukebox with EA signature tracks weighing in; but this time it’s a little different. The music being played comes to our ears from EA Sports Radio. In other words, every once in a while, the Dj comes out and talks between the tracks, live connections to the matches are made and a wide variety of attractions like this take place. It’s not like I’ve never stopped playing and listened to it.
Football is a riot!! (Post-Madden 2005)
My only fear about this game is that young people can miss such excitement. Because the NFL in memory as its own sport in far-flung lands. I didn’t have a lot of ideas before, but don’t be surprised if I’m a Philadelphia Eagles fan after a few games. Action and sport. Hmmm… Even if we buy a TV channel and watch them play.