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I hate the dark cloud that EA casts on the video game community with their monopoly via Madden. No other football game to even choose from. Franchise mode is another rerun from the prior year's game. Very few changes at all. Gameplay is not very smooth. Graphics are so-so. The overall football experience is vanilla - so, typical Madden.
I'll play it, because I like the franchise simulation CONCEPT, and there is not another football video game to even shop for, but it doesn't seem like I'm playing a different game than the last 3-4 Maddens. DULL.
If you've played recent Maddens over the years, you know what you're getting into. All of the old modes are basically the same (Franchise, Ultimate team, etc). The gameplay is the same.
The big difference this year is the QB1 mode. Which kind of stinks. You play as a college team (well, your forced to pick from 10 schools you may or may not even like), and then you get drafted, and it's got a cheesy story, kind of like the Longshot story modes, only with less character. Basically, you've never played a college game in your whole time there, and then you get pushed into the starting position right before your senior year championship game... wait, what? Why didn't they just make you the star player from the college? Why the hell would an NFL draft you in the first round if you only played in 2 college games? Whatever.
The other new feature is the "special abilities" for the best superstar players. I guess it's fine. It doesn't seem like much of a difference in gameplay when I play them though.
I've played through two seasons of franchise, and the superstar players will send you "intimidation texts" before you play them. These texts are often *word for word* the exact same for every player, whether you're getting texted from Tom Brady, Patrick Mahomes, Andrew Luck, etc. They couldn't even come up with like 20 generic different texts to cycle through. There's like 3, at most. EA Sports is so lazy about the little things.
Anyway, I like playing this game because I enjoy the zen-like calmness of mindlessly grinding through games while I'm listening to podcasts or whatever. Like knitting, or doing puzzles. Madden 20 is basically the same game as it was when it was Madden 16. I only buy it every year because I use gift cards and I have an empty, soulless existence.
UPDATE: This game has been patched now 18 times. They are on update 1.18. My original review below was when I first purchased it. The gameplay seems to change a little after every patch, so it is hard to rate this game. In some but not all of the patches, there is a problem with switching to the closest defender. They fixed it in like patch 1.12, but now it is a problem again in the latest patch. As they "fix" problems, new problems pop up. There are a lot of quirks in this game. My running back seems to stick to my own blockers or defenders, when there appears to be a hole to run through. The video highlights at the end of the game almost never show any of the touchdowns. The qb release is slow. The pass blocking is not normal; either it works perfectly or you will definitely be sacked even if you move in the "pocket." I just switched back to Madden 18 and find the gameplay better after adjusting sliders. I recommend Madden 18. I am reducing my rating of Madden 20 3 stars after the 18 patches and many many hours of gameplay.
ORIGINAL REVIEW: My favorite Maddens were on the PS2. Madden 05, 06, and 07 were my favorite. I really only care about franchise mode. I want a game that is fun, with realistic gameplay, responsive controls, and fluid graphics/framerate. Madden 18 and 19 for PS4 had everything but the fun factor. On pro mode or higher, the game was extremely difficult, while on rookie mode it was too easy. In Madden 18, I played a franchise on rookie and threw for 95 TDs and 5 ints and went 16-0 and won the super bowl easily. Most games I would win 72-3. I then changed to pro on my next season, and I was 0-4 with 2 TDs and 10 ints. Way to big of a jump. I quit playing. Basically the same thing on Madden 19. I really would have had to tweak the sliders to make it playable. On pro or online, Madden 18 and 19 required a lot of planning, thinking, and extreme concentration. Very stressful. I like realism, but I still want the game to have a fun factor. I think Madden 20 meets all of my requirements. It is a blast to play on pro mode (level 2). The games are competitive, but I don't feel stressed out. For those who really want the difficulty factor, I am sure levels 3 and 4 will provide that. The game is fluid with a great framerate on a PS4 Pro, with fantastic graphics. Madden 20 looks brighter, more colorful, and more vibrant than Madden 18 or 19. The controls are tight and responsive, but not as good as the PS2 Maddens. I guess that is more realistic, but I like to have immediate control of the defensive players. Madden 20 is good enough in that department. Overall, Madden 20 is my favorite Madden since Madden 05, 06, and 07 on PS2, with obviously immensely upgraded graphics. I recommend it.
The last good madden game I played was on the PS3 lol last few years Madden just seemed bland and had no fun to it. I though what the heck, I’ll give it another chance and bought it. The pre-order was confusing because it never gave me a shipping/arrive date. I canceled that order and bought it the day it came out and got in today. Been playing for a few hours and it’s definitely my favorite Madden I’ve played in a long time.