Doug Flutie's Maximum Football 2019 (Xb1) - Xbox One
|Prazo||Valor Mensal (R$)||Total (R$)|
|2x sem juros||R$ 84,82||R$ 169,63|
|3x sem juros||R$ 56,55||R$ 169,63|
|4x sem juros||R$ 42,43||R$ 169,63|
|5x sem juros||R$ 33,95||R$ 169,63|
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- Recreate Flutie magic - Play as Hall of Fame Quarterback Doug Flutie in Play Now or Season Mode
- New gameplay experience - brand new animations and player models have been added for 2019
- You will feel the hits with our physics based tackling system
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Detalhes do produto
- Idioma : Inglês
- Dimensões do produto : 1.27 x 13.46 x 17.02 cm; 90.72 g
- Número do modelo : 351556
- Data de lançamento : 4 fevereiro 2020
- ASIN : B081KQY4X5
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Descrição do produto
COLLEGE FOOTBALL GAMING IS BACK! For the first time in six years, College Football Dynasty Mode has returned to consoles! Select your league format (130 US teams or 27 Canadian teams) and create your own College Football universe by customizing every team, player, uniform and logo. Recruit the next College superstar, dominate the rankings and earn your way into a Bowl or Playoff game.
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Where the game disappoints is in the lack of franchise permission to use the real team names, (and players). There aren't a lot of plays in the playbook either. I'd like to see a more in-depth playbook in future, and I would love to be able to design my own plays. Maximum football makes up for not having CFL franchises by giving you the option to create your own teams, and league, which I think is it's best feature. It is not as easy to navigate as it could be, but there is a good foundation here, and hopefully they will build on it, and keep improving it. The graphics are pretty good. On game play it cuts away to the sidelines and all the players take the field from the bench for every play. Is that really necessary? It slows the game down, and the great thing about the CFL is the speed factor. Before Maximum football, we CFL fans had no game, so I am very happy to see that corrected. Maximum football is not all I want it to be, but it has not disappointed me at all. Looking forward to see what future versions will be like.
Maximum Football has made great improvements over the past 2 years. The development team has grown significantly and big things are in store for next year's game.
Let's start with the one positive: The customization options are decent. Team info and uniform editor is alright. The logo editor is a little awkward to learn how to use at first, but gives you the ability to create just about anything you want, if you have enough patience with using the tool.
Awesome graphics don't always make an awesome game, so I can handle the graphics being poor. But this game has far too many gameplay issues for me to want to return to it. All of which I encountered in playing one game:
Ball spotting is inaccurate. Ball is spotted where it is after the tackle, instead of factoring in forward progress. Although I must say all the Michigan fans who still whine about "the JT Barrett spot" will probably love this feature.
No interceptions ever seem to happen, ever. Neither for the user or CPU controlled teams.
At times have gotten sacked 0.25 seconds after snapping the ball. Seriously, as quick as snapping your finger, before the receivers can take one step, I'm sacked.
QB sometimes runs into RB when dropping back to pass.
Sprint control is awkward. Press A to sprint instead of RT (with RT being the standard sprint control on pretty much every Xbox 360/One football game ever made). However, when the QB is rolling out, it's RT to sprint then. Yeah. That is so going to mess people up who are used to using RT to sprint always.
User pass defense is just awful. Have the receiver perfectly covered, press the catch button at the ball arrives, CPU WR magically catches the ball and then goes all the way for a TD because when you press catch that causes you to slow to a halt.
No user catching on offense. This isn't as big of a deal as the other things I've listed, but still would have been nice to have.
I must also quickly add the menu user interface is very poor in a lot of spots as well. Poorly laid out and awkward to use.
I honestly think this would have been better as a sim only game, with minimal graphics. Let us all hope and pray EA (or some other major publisher) will at some point give us a playable college football game again.