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To all Harcore Madden Fans"Big Franchise mode Blog with Big Improvements"

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been mentioned in another thread..

...but as much as some people seem to hate Madden, I'm all for this thread. :)

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The best changes I've read are the ability to create plays/your own playbook and the ability to trade future draft picks.

If they reimplemented the ability to train specific attributes I'll buy it with a smile on my face. or at the very least made it so a players potential can increase depending on his performance.

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If they make the game play more like 03-07 on PS2 I'd be for it but its too damn realistic for me. Tackling and throwing have gotten worse over the years imo.

And the other thing that always bothered me were those simulation stats where literally every starting running back in the league would have 1200+ yards on the year and there would be maybe 4-6 QBs with over 3,000 yards.

Madden, Tony Hawk, & Mario Kart/Party were the only games I played when I fooled with video games and Madden lost me a while ago. If it ends up being good, I may finally get an xbox or PS3...but for now..still no vid games :)

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If this lockout continues... we're probably gonna see a serious increase in Madden Sales this year.

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The best changes I've read are the ability to create plays/your own playbook .

great job Madden you've finally caught up to Quarterback Club 98.

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First move: trade Newton.

:lol:

The best changes I've read are the ability to create plays/your own playbook and the ability to trade future draft picks.

If they reimplemented the ability to train specific attributes I'll buy it with a smile on my face. or at the very least made it so a players potential can increase depending on his performance.

yeah, that and what DP said.. offseason needs more going on.

also, they need to do something during the season from week to week in the form of scouting a team.. even if it's just a few key tips on their NFLN video (forget what they call it)

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If they make the game play more like 03-07 on PS2 I'd be for it but its too damn realistic for me. Tackling and throwing have gotten worse over the years imo.

I completely agree...

I have never gotten into the Madden games on the newer systems, because they just aren't as fun to me. I used to play hundreds of games of Madden online every year, but have not bought a single game for the PS3. I still play Madden '07 on the PS2 a couple months out of the year, because that game is still fun to me.

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madden sucks just like those draft and season preview mags but i buy it anyway because I'm a sucker.

as much as I have issues with Madden.. it's the only game I've ever played consistently over the years.

I usually only carry a few games, and at the moment, the only one I have is Madden. even when I modded my xbox and burned games, I would finish a game and never pick it up again.

it's the chess match that keeps me playing..

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as much as I have issues with Madden.. it's the only game I've ever played consistently over the years.

I usually only carry a few games, and at the moment, the only one I have is Madden. even when I modded my xbox and burned games, I would finish a game and never pick it up again.

it's the chess match that keeps me playing..

i only play madden when one of my friends is in town. I really like ncaa better as it seems like they used the engine from madden 05 for it. 05 was the only game i liked.

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