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madden NFL 11
This year, the most popular sports game ever, Madden, is predicting the Pittsburgh Steelers will win Super Bowl XLV, 24-20.
This is cool: Ian Cummings, a designer for Madden 2010, tweeted out an Excel spreadsheet that shows the game’s most frequently-called plays.
Madden NFL 11 came out today. Reviews are pouring in. And…well, they look a lot like reviews for last year’s edition.
Donny Moore, designer for Madden 11 and the guy in charge of compiling the game’s player ratings, tells us about the added pressure of getting things right and who he thinks the breakout star of Madden 11 will be.
One complaint we’ve come across about last year’s Madden NFL installment is the dismissive way the game treated a Super Bowl championship. Luckily, that’s only mentioned now because this year’s game fixed that problem, and then some.
Part 1 of our interview with Donny Moore, one of the designers of EA Sports Madden 11 and the person in charge of compiling the game’s much-debated player ratings.
EA Sports’ next Madden NFL game will be released August 10, but a lucky few don’t have to wait until then. Cincinnati Bengals receiver Chad Ochocinco is one of them, and true to his nature, he couldn’t resist bragging about it.