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Old 07-14-2014, 07:25 PM   #9
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Interesting that Brian says his favorite feature hasn't been announced yet.
I hope what he is saying is true and he isnt just saying that so that people get excited and hyped up about madden 15 at first and then get underwhelmed and disappointed when the feature gets announced, kinda like the " Lebron James- path to greatness " mode in nba 2k14

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Old 07-14-2014, 07:34 PM   #10
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Interesting that Brian says his favorite feature hasn't been announced yet.
It doesn't say feature it says part of the game. I wouldn't be holding my breath for some unannounced feature to emerge. I would guess it's something like the Super Bowl presentation .
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Did I read right the section where he talks about celebrations having context ? That will be awesome if they pull it off. WR gets a first down in the first quarter , a little nod. He gets one on a potential game winning drive , then we get the big first down point. Could be good stuff.
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Did I read right the section where he talks about celebrations having context ? That will be awesome if they pull it off. WR gets a first down in the first quarter , a little nod. He gets one on a potential game winning drive , then we get the big first down point. Could be good stuff.
If used properly this could be very immersive. I hope it's tuned properly and not just hype.
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Did I read right the section where he talks about celebrations having context ? That will be awesome if they pull it off. WR gets a first down in the first quarter , a little nod. He gets one on a potential game winning drive , then we get the big first down point. Could be good stuff.
Same for crowd reactions too. Make a big play feel like a big play.
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Re: The Street:How EA is changing the video game landscape

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Did I read right the section where he talks about celebrations having context ? That will be awesome if they pull it off. WR gets a first down in the first quarter , a little nod. He gets one on a potential game winning drive , then we get the big first down point. Could be good stuff.
Is it going to be in real time?

Or will a cut scene happen where the receiver catches it then next thing you know tom brady or the backup safety has the ball and is pointing for the first down.

Too tired to read the full thing right now so sorry in advance if i completely missed something
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Is it going to be in real time?

Or will a cut scene happen where the receiver catches it then next thing you know tom brady or the backup safety has the ball and is pointing for the first down.
They said no more cut scenes and everything happens in real time.
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