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MADDEN NFL 17 GEN 3 FEATURES

Get ready to take your team all the way and put yourself at the center of your team’s Championship run. Madden NFL 17 on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 brings together the most popular modes and award-winning gameplay features from this console generation.

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MADDEN 17 COMMENTARY TEAM

Coming into the Madden NFL 17 on Xbox One and PlayStation®4 development cycle, the team wanted to go big when it came to commentary. As the game jumped to the current generation of consoles, several systems received overhauls, with our core commentary engine remaining roughly the same as the previous console generation. This meant that we were able to tell new stories through gameplay, presentation, and our modes, but our commentary logic imposed a set of limitations that never truly allowed us to pay off the many advancements across the game.

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NBA 2k12 Hands-On Previews


This week many previews of the upcoming title from 2k Sports NBA 2k12 have hit the internet, below we have 5 different previews from 5 different sites but with one common theme NBA 2k12 is GOOD & could end up being the best in the series. Here are a few quotes from each of the sites previews:

Dime Magazine

After playing 2K12 for a few minutes, it was obvious that there were some widespread changes once again. Although last year’s game physics were pretty awesome, posting up was a little too difficult, speed dribbling was a little too effective, and crossovers were a little too devastating against other users. Not anymore.

SLAM

You know how in most basketball games—well, probably in most sports games in general—there’s a kind of invisible wall surrounding the court/playing field, so if you’re controlling a player and run him out of bounds, he’ll just be stopped by a supernatural force? That doesn’t really exist anymore. If you run a defender into the scorer’s table, just like in real life, he’ll jump up and hop into the crowd, then gather himself and get back into the action. If you run him into the sidelines, he’ll leap over the folks lucky enough to be seated courtside before curbing his momentum and turning around. Cool, no? Continue reading NBA 2k12 Hands-On Previews