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Old 11-23-2013, 10:11 PM   #153
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Old 11-23-2013, 10:32 PM   #154
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Every player on the sideline for both teams is the same character model...

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I can't understand how people can say that the graphics are terrible in this game. They must not be playing the same game I am.

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I think the problem is that while the still shots indeed look crisp and very lively....the animations and some of the stiff and wonky animations ruin the sense of realism. EA's game in motion needs alot more work to create a sense of fluid realism and contact between players.....There's still a sense of empty hollowness when players come together and collide, There should be a more visceral sense of impact with more natural pads, ooomphs, and body parts being contorted more naturally
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Old 11-24-2013, 12:08 AM   #158
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Here's some unedited Share Button photos from my second and third games of next-gen M25 on PS4:








That EJ pic is amazing. Looks like they finally added the flags on the upper deck. As a season ticket holder that addition is long overdue. As someone who attends every game at the Ralph, I want everything to look like it does in real life.
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I think the problem is that while the still shots indeed look crisp and very lively....the animations and some of the stiff and wonky animations ruin the sense of realism. EA's game in motion needs alot more work to create a sense of fluid realism and contact between players.....There's still a sense of empty hollowness when players come together and collide, There should be a more visceral sense of impact with more natural pads, ooomphs, and body parts being contorted more naturally
I was speaking strictly on graphics. Totally independent from animations.

But I do agree with you.

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A few pics from my Jets CFM. These are from my 23-20 OT loss to Buffalo.

Stephen Hill celebrates a TD.



Hill breaks free for a TD.




Antonio Cromarties seperates Stevie Johnson from the ball.



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