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Highlandfire

Madden 13 Question

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Yeah I am behind, what can I say. Is there not a franchise mode anymore? I can't seem to find the damn thing

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No, franchise mode as we know it is gone. Sucks. It was pretty decent in Madden 12 too.

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Yeah I am behind, what can I say. Is there not a franchise mode anymore? I can't seem to find the damn thing

It's been revamped a bit, called connected careers now. Not bad, but not being able to import draft classes blows....

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Connected Careers. You can play as a coach or an individual player. It's decent, but I'm still waiting for an offline fantasy draft update.

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Franchinse mode is simply "Coach" mode in the career choice thing.

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I always thought franchise mode was boring as fug.. now I get to play others, or the computer as I see fit.. I get to improve my players how I want and it's based on how well they play.

I was never into importing a draft class, but still fail to see how that alone makes previous years better..

and Madden 12 was maybe the worst version of madden ever made..

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Well that sucks balls. I really liked being able to take over a franchise and lead them to many superbowls over a 25 year career.

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you still you can, online or offline.. through a 30 year career..

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I get franchise mode for 13 on my PSvita?

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