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I played madden 15 at e3. questions?

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Answer. It truly will be the best madden yet. Last year was a port, and the patience pays off. Qb accuracy plays a big part. Peyton and brady are unstoppable

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madden hasnt been good since 2001

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Does deangelo have dreads?

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madden hasnt been good since 2001

2006... Only one I've ever played and only one I will play. And I only play it to beat my kids when they come around.

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Just watched the trailer.  For Madden, it actually looks pretty nice.

 

As far as other games and next gen is concerned... it still looks like crap.

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I'm sure Madden will make the Panthers a 75 on Offense, 78 on Defense while the Patriots will be 95 on Offense and 92 on Defense. They'll also make sure Cam is slow as a slug while RG III runs a 4.1 40 with an amputated leg while dragging 11 players behind him. 

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Just watched the trailer. For Madden, it actually looks pretty nice.

As far as other games and next gen is concerned... it still looks like crap.

I kinda wish 2K Sports (NBA 2K) or Konami (Pro Evolution Soccer) were allowed to make NFL games. Their engines are far superior than anything EA has to offer.

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