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Madden NFL 25

alaTest has collected and analyzed 874 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the controls and action are overall positive. The usability and gameplay are also mentioned favorably. There are some less positive reviews about the single player gameplay. There are mixed reviews on the reliability and value for money.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Madden NFL 25 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

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Need for Speed Rivals

 

A burst of turbo ignites a blue flame from my Dodge Challenger’s exhaust. At 150 mph, my eyes are fixated on the straightaway ahead. A slow-moving pedestrian vehicle forces me into oncoming traffic. If I can hold onto this lead, I’ll grasp...

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Madden NFL 25 Review

 

In examining this year's sports titles, one fact has become painfully evident to me: The interactive sports world requires the next generation of consoles if it's to take the next step in regards to immersion, realism and innovation. While it's true...

The Ugly: "I just think they should've tried harder to celebrate 25 great years of Madden."

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Madden NFL 25

 

There?s a ton to see and do, and the game will easily keep you occupied over the duration of this NFL season and beyond."

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Madden NFL 25 Review

 

Madden NFL 25 marks a quarter-century of football gaming with a disappointing addition to this venerable franchise.

Still a very comprehensive and full-featured treatment of NFL football ; Undeniably exciting to play at times, especially on offense ; New run free and heat-seeking tackling offer control scheme enhancements

Core gameplay barely changed from last year ; Offense still overpowered and defense still not smart enough ; Disappointing presentation ; New Connected Franchise mode lacks depth

The music is very dated and primitive sounding for an EA Sports game. All you hear are old stadium tracks like the Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow" and Joe Satriani's "Crowd Chant," along with the odd bit of classic rock like AC/DC's "Thunderstruck"...

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Madden NFL 25 Review

 

Madden 25 makes good use of the next-gen power.

Not all changes made to the game fall under the category of “improvements.” One of the more noticeable issues is the difference in frequency of injury. It’s common to see four or five players a game get carted off the field in injury. In one game, I...

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Madden NFL 25 Review (PS4)

 

Since the days of NFL licensed electric football, people have been trying to replicate the pro game in their living rooms for ages. Back then people had to use their imagination quite a bit, but thankfully for today's generation we can plop down on the...

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Madden NFL 25 Review (Xbox 360)

 

When Madden NFL 06 was released with the Xbox 360 in 2005, gamers and sports nuts rejoiced in unison. Next-generation graphics combined with what was one of the best Maddens ever made (Madden NFL 06 for Xbox) was bound to be mind-blowing

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Madden NFL 25

 

Madden 25 is back for a rematch with the added power of the Xbox One. How much of an upgrade has EA managed..

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Madden NFL 25 Review

 

Madden NFL 25 marks a quarter-century of football gaming with a disappointing addition to this venerable franchise.

Still a very comprehensive and full-featured treatment of NFL football ; Undeniably exciting to play at times, especially on offense ; New run free and heat-seeking tackling offer control scheme enhancements

Core gameplay barely changed from last year ; Offense still overpowered and defense still not smart enough ; Disappointing presentation ; New Connected Franchise mode lacks depth

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Madden NFL 25 (for PlayStation 3)

 

The venerable Madden monolith returns for a 25th season, and it's quite possibly the most realistic Madden to date and just as much fun as it was in 1988. Deep franchise and career modes and online gameplay options round out this excellent offering.

Overall, Madden NFL 25 is a very good football game. As the only NFL-licensed game on the market, it’s certainly not a stretch to call it the best NFL football game. Lack of competition aside, however, this year’s Madden features a dramatically...