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    • Madden NFL 19

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    Overall Customer Rating:
    90% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (702 out of 781)

    Product Details


    • Developer: EA Tiburon
    • Publisher: EA
    • Platform: Xbox One
    • Genre: Sports and Outdoors
    • Release Date: 08/10/2018

    Synopsis


    Achieve your gridiron greatness in Madden NFL 19 with more precision and control to win in all the ways you play. Prove your on-field stick-skills with more control over every step in game-changing moments through the introduction of Real Player Motion. Take control over how you build your dynasty powered by all-new strategic team building tools and the custom draft class editor. Dominate the competition with all-new ways to build and progress your NFL stars from the past and present in Ultimate Team.

    Features


    Built from the ground up, Real Player Motion transforms the way you play Madden, delivering game-changing control and precision on the field

    Realistic character movements provide smooth, immersive animations for adaptive and believable player motion, while animation variety creates authentic movement unique to positions and body types

    NFL Superstars move and react like their real-life counterparts showcasing their unique personality and mannerisms in game

    Celebrate your way with a full collection of fan-favorite signature celebrations

    Madden Ultimate Team delivers the complete NFL fantasy team building mode with new ways to progress your favorite players from the past and present while providing fun live solo and co-op challenges to compete in all year-round

    Progress players to become the foundation of your team through playing games, adding training or unlocking special abilities throughout the year



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    Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 781 reviews

    90%
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    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      If You Like Being Frustrated, Buy This Game

      Posted
      potassium
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I only play Franchise so that's what I'll be focusing on. I honestly can't think of too many positive aspects about the game this year. Maybe something will come up after the negatives. Probably not though. The first thing that sucks (in no particular order) are the amount of sacks the offensive line gives up. I get sacked at least 6-8 times each game. I used to run play-action but I got sacked a lot, so I stopped. So that should tell you that I used to get sacked way more than 6-8 times each game. Running the ball is quite a challenge as well. If you're within arms reach of a defender, who is being blocked, your blocker pretty much just lets him go so you can be tackled. Physics are unreal as well. There's nothing more infuriating than to be racing for the goal line only to get tackled from the side and then you just drop backwards. Wait, nevermind. I take that back. I just remembered the time where I juked two guys with one move. It was beautiful. Until it wasn't. Both guys ran right past me. But then the second guy, who was running to my right when I juked left, magically turned around without even stopping and tackled me. Where's the momentum?? Pass deflections and amazing interceptions are way too common. Madden has always found a way to have three defenders converge on a deep ball, but this year it seems worse than it has ever been. I had a WR run an out route. I watched him make his cut and create good separation from the defender. I threw the ball to his outside shoulder, away from the defender who got beat, and then you probably know what happened next. Yeah. The defender recovered, and jumped in front of the pass to deflect it. He didn't even dive. He just did a normal jump forward and stuck his arm out. Then you have LBs who have eyes in the back of their helmets because they turn around and deflect passes like no one's business. They probably have as many deflections as the DBs. On deep balls, you'll see DBs, who are trailing by 3-4 steps, make diving INTs in front of your WR who makes no such effort to catch the ball. On this topic, I've also noticed that at lot of the elite WRs have only 88-90 speed. On the defensive side of the ball, there are way more non-elite DBs with 90-93 speed and LBs with 85 speed. So it's already unfair in the speed department. When you're drafting, it appears EA has taken away the ability to see who was drafted prior to your pick. In Madden 18 and earlier, you could easily go back and see which team drafted a particular player. If there's a way to do that this year, I haven't found it. There's more negative stuff I could write but this review is long already. I had to give this game a two because it's at the point where I don't even want to play it. I want to play football but this game is a mess.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Physically ridiculous & glitchy

      Posted
      bqaggie
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      I've been a Madden player for years, ever since Eddie George was on the cover! Every year, there's an element of disbelief. Those "yeah, right" moments, I like to call them. But this year, it's either physically full of glitches, or those "yeah right" moments are simply over-the-top. Examples of such instances are opposing RB's being able to hurdle the entire OLine, DB's coming from a full-on blitz, to being able to intercept your pass on a simple "GO-route." My favorite...and yes, this actually happened...having a player that was not even in the play, much less ON THE FIELD, get injured on the play. I kid you not...I ran a standard 2TE, 2WR, 1RB formation/play on the 1st play from scrimmage in a game as DAL. Obviously Elliott is their RB. After the play, there's a timeout for injury to Tavon Austin...who was NOT ON THE FIELD!! How is that possible? I sincerely wish EA would simply just have it to where you can keep a game of your choosing...for instance Madden 18, which I loved...and simply charge a fee to upgrade/update your rosters...which let's face it, that's all the new Madden is every year anyways. But I feel with each year, they also make frustrating & stupid "updates" that do nothing really for the overall gameplay. If I could somehow get updated 2018/19 rosters for the Madden 18 video game, I'd never have purchased this version of the game.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Franchise Mode - Little new, but a fun product

      Posted
      AJAY
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Like tons, I have been a Madden player for decades. Like fewer, I only play in Franchise Mode, generally offline. Hence generally speaking to Franchise Mode. EA slowly improved FRANCHISE mode -- this season is the same, touch-ups mostly, as at the core it still is the same and lacks in handling of player contracts, namely no 1st rounder 5 year extensions, tenders, still the really DUMB system that spreads resigns out over the coarse of the REGULAR season, no contract restructuring, no restricted FA handling AT ALL. The only recourse is the player editor allows you just deal with it, but that really sucks. On the good side, the NEW Draft Class Editor... that is very cool if that your thing. I see it was a way to allow users to overcome flaws in the game draft-class degradation that effected previous titles... so OK, new editor, uses have at it! Overall the same is very good. Great if you are NEW to Madden. Like always, some bugs to be worked out. Game play is fun! I stopped upgrading ever year -- not enough value --so this is a two-year upgrade for me. I appreciate many of the new features with the new engine from last year, but still mostly tweaks/fixes functionally speaking, Hence I would be nearly as content had I waited another year. What NEW do I get out of Franchise Mode --basically an editor. Overall, if are new to MADDEN, is a 5-start game (bugs aside). If you are long-timer, it's a cool and all. As a Steeler fan, had to get it with AB on the cover!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Awesome Football Game

      Posted
      Josh
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      As someone who gets this game every year, I really like some of the changes they've made to this year's version. I play a ton of franchise mode (less some of the other modes, such as Ultimate Team), and they really updated Franchise nicely with Scheme Fits, new positions under depth chart, and upgrading players. I haven't played through multiple seasons yet, but can tell that it will be really enjoyable to build multiple teams. The gameplay is solid, I like that they brought back touchdown and sack celebrations, but still working through some of the individual sliders; I highly recommend changing user and CPU sliders to get a more realistic game (for instance, on default settings running the ball can be a bit ridiculous). The commentary still needs some updating; I like the announcers, and the addition of the Coach for pregame and halftime was a neat touch, but too much repeated lines and commentary that doesn't sink up with what's going down on the field (ex., talking about making a great catch in the Super Bowl as if it's being played, but it's only Week 2). Still, I would definitely recommend getting this game overall. I like the graphical enhancements of the Xbox One X addition especially :)

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      It's Madden

      Posted
      Connor
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      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Still need to wait for the first two, three patches to really get a feel for the game. So far my complaint is the same as it is every year with Madden: There's no difference between the best and worst teams when playing on the all-madden skill level. I'm a big fan of sports games, and love the franchise modes in each more than anything. When I play NBA 2k, and match up against, say the Celtics, while controlling a lesser team like the Knicks, I struggle. Even when I build my team up, it's a challenge when you play the league's best teams. When I play lesser teams like the Nets, I beat up on them. You can tell the difference between the best and the worst. I still don't get that feeling with madden. The same dinking & dunking the Browns drive the field with is exactly how the Patriots run their offense. Disappointing. But this is the only NFL game on the market. So I, and everyone else, will still pay & play.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Enough to not be a Re-skin

      Posted
      CCausey
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      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      Let's be honest most iterations of Madden add 1 feature & rookies as well as coaches & FA's & called it a new Madden. This Madden they maintain some level of integrity with their greedy MUT system which I barely touch. The vast improvements come from things like Franchise mode which is more immersive whether GM, Coach, or Player it's a better step in the immersion. The player animations mimick a stronger feeling these are actual bodies, not crash test dummies. Importing college players in Madden Share is a nice change to the old days. Longshot is skippable but hey if it's there give it another go. Overall EA is a greedy company & Madden is a money train with MUT but with the debacle of Star Wars & possibly Battlefield, they delivered a better experience for Madden fans n any level competitive or casual there is a Madden in there for you.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      Not worth buying this year...

      Posted
      xxxSABERxxx
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      This has got to be the worst Madden they ever released! So many little glitches & so many problems with how difficult the game is to play this time around. There is such a HUGE difference between All-Pro & Pro settings when playing against the CPU... If you remember back to the 15 foot MLB's covering the middle of the field... well, they are back again, along with CB's running loops around your WR's to make the INT! Just a horrible version of Madden & I have been a Madden fan from the very first one released... this is the first 1 star I have ever given the game... never given anything under a 3 star in the past, that's how disappointed I am in this years! Just my opinion though!

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Hittin' and Stickin'!

      Posted
      Budd
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      The new MADDEN 19, has improved the motor skills , at every position, whereas, you're challenged in every situation! The use of the turbo, with running backs, is kind of tricky, because it seems the blocks are shedded, as soon as you get to the line of scrimmage. There seems to be a lot of incompletions, as the secondary is hitting harder this year. There are some glitches with reviews on whether a receiver is "in or out of bounds", as the announcers will prematurely say "the opposite of the outcome. It's also a stretch, with linebackers providing exceptional coverage on running backs out of the backfield, or lined up in the slot. All in all, it's a good look with the stats match ups, flexibility with the draft and great graphics as well

      I would recommend this to a friend


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