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Old 06-15-2017, 02:28 PM   #9
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I would like a little of both. Bring back those mini games from Madden 05 I believe it was for training camp in CFM. and then have a weekly wrap up show.
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Old 06-15-2017, 02:39 PM   #10
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I would like a little of both. Bring back those mini games from Madden 05 I believe it was for training camp in CFM. and then have a weekly wrap up show.


Lol. Well u can't have both! U know why? Cause, the devs ain't got that much time!!

Seriously, though, that's why I asked the question, as well. Moreso, about the devs time. Like, if u knew they could do one or the other here, but they absolutely cannot work on both, which would u choose?

Cause, yeah, I'd like some of both, too. But, overall, I'm just curious what the community thinks.


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Lol. Well u can't have both! U know why? Cause, the devs ain't got that much time!!

Seriously, though, that's why I asked the question, as well. Moreso, about the devs time. Like, if u knew they could do one or the other here, but they absolutely cannot work on both, which would u choose?

Cause, yeah, I'd like some of both, too. But, overall, I'm just curious what the community thinks.


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I guess I would go with CGI.

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I would take #2


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Old 06-15-2017, 02:49 PM   #13
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Lol. Ugghhh!! Lol. Right on, man. No, that's exactly why I asked the question this way or only posited the 2 choices. Because, I sort of feel like that's a generic breakdown in choices the devs might face.

And, as much as I, personally, want a weekly wrap up show, I'm with u on some other CGI aspects that I would skip over. I would prob skip over talking to the coach and whatnot. But, I might like the agent stuff. That might interest me some.

The other CGI I thought of, and was also mentioned by Lexicon in the other thread:
What about CGI video footage of top draft prospects? I think that would add immersion and be cool, actually. To see some wicked hits by an up and coming safety or something. A big INT return by a wicked fast CB or something.


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What about a trophy room? That's actually the other thing I want. And, yes, it was in that other game, and that's not why I want it. Overall, it would be a cool way to look at your franchise career in a nutshell and it would allow the creative team to create cool looking trophies and whatnot. And, you'd be able to see all your past accomplishments.

I think, for me, this is where the lack of immersion is. Like, we both agreed we don't need to chat with the GM or coach, so it's not all about the CGI interaction, but it's also just about that feeling of being inside the game.

Here's another one, and it sounds trivial, small, but what if they changed the news headlines to more of an actual newspaper? Or, since we're in the age of the interwebs, how about an interactive webpage design? It could be the ESPN website. Wow, think of that?! Ea actually USING the ESPN license. Lol. And, seriously, u know, it's got links that u click on. NFC south, NFC north, NFL, etc, so u can separate things based on your team or conference or division, etc. it's got NFL leaders and whatnot, as well. Geez, I'm full of good ideas, today. Lol. That's seriously the first time I thought about that one. An espn website that's fully interactive. Yeah, I like the sound of that, actually.


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Old 06-15-2017, 10:22 PM   #14
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Def CGI for weekly wrap up

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Old 06-17-2017, 12:14 AM   #15
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Id more prefer minigames. Way back in the day they had Madden champioship edition. It would be kickass to have an extra title like that Relive the Superbowls or something. Sort of like a play the SB moments but its own stand alone game.

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Old 06-17-2017, 03:04 AM   #16
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Both, but if I had to choose one, I'd want more immersion. Mini-games can become tedious. Even the Tony Bruno show in Madden 2005 was a great thing. We need more character, more LIFE in franchise mode.

Little things like the Franchise mode REMEMBERING things from year to year? Or saying rookie names? Having rookie backstories that last longer than the draft? So yeah, I'd prefer immersion.
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