Madden NFL 12 is set to be released on August 30, Tuesday and in keeping with the fresh kick-off rule in the real NFL, the best-selling sports title has some twists that will expected make it specially tough for gamers to return.
The latest edition’s developments to the look of the game and generally gaming experience are in keeping with EA Sports’ habit of delivering the goods with each annual release of a fresh Madden NFL game.
While long-time players of the Madden franchise won’t notice much change in gameplay, they will enjoy by far the most pragmatic Madden game, with improved graphics in nearly every aspect of the game, the reports said.
The varied, targeted commentary supplied by Gus Johnson and Cris Collinsworth is a far cry from the early days of the series, when Madden had just a handful of stock expresses to describe action on the field.
Other developments comprise faster games recognition to the Gameflow play-calling system, more involved GM’ing in franchise mode, realistic tackling and further accurate depictions of individual players.
Madden NFL 12 will be available on Tuesday for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 for $59.99, the Nintendo Wii for $49.99, the Playstation 2 and PSP for $39.99. A mobile version will be available on the iPad, iPod touch, Android, and feature phones at the similar time.