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Old 08-22-2014, 05:01 PM   #17
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Excellent review. I gotta believe we will get a comprehensive patch to address sim stats which are probably directly affecting QB progression.

I can see if that patch does indeed come through his review would be at least an 8. That and the wonky commentary on stat swipes brought the score down. Plus Chris does not like the new play call menu.

But gameplay wise this game looks like a feast for Madden fans!


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Old 08-22-2014, 05:03 PM   #18
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Nice review . It's seems frustrating that on next gen the things that are an issue shouldn't be an issue at this point like stats and commentators saying things that are opposite of what you are seeing. That stuff just shouldn't happen. But it sounds like the gameplay will be fun.
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Not really. You liking something doesn't determine whether something is good or not. Quality is quality and mediocrity is mediocrity. There are always standards to be met. For example, you can like Alien: Colonial Marines, but if you're convinced that's a good game, you're flat out wrong. Liking and disliking comes down to tastes, and does not dictate quality. Same way you may not like The Last of Us, but for you to say it's a bad game is also flat out wrong. There are standards in the industry, in any entertainment industry, and as consumers we trust critics to uphold these standards in evaluating games/products.
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Old 08-22-2014, 05:07 PM   #20
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Not really. You liking something doesn't determine whether something is good or not. Quality is quality and mediocrity is mediocrity. There are always standards to be met. For example, you can like Alien: Colonial Marines, but if you're convinced that's a good game, you're flat out wrong. Liking and disliking comes down to tastes, and does not dictate quality. Same way you may not like The Last of Us, but for you to say it's a bad game is also flat out wrong. There are standards in the industry, in any entertainment industry, and as consumers we trust critics to uphold these standards in evaluating games/products.
Yeah, this was completely not needed. If it makes him happy, and he thinks it's good, that's all he needs.
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Very good and honest review 7.5 is good. The score could be higher with patches but 7.5 will have to do. Glad to hear about the playcalling problems, I haven't heard that yet. Hopefully they will patch things. The commentary has to be redone. Good to know Madden can still be fun but people will hate the game no matter what.
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Really good review. Hopefully EA addresses the issues bringing down CFM.

I havent read other reviews, but do the others mention the same CFm issues as well or do they overllok them
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Yeah, this was completely not needed. If it makes him happy, and he thinks it's good, that's all he needs.
I'm just saying. Anyone can buy what they want of course. But if reviewers and critics opinions don't matter, what's the point of even having them then? They're there to provide feedback relative to the standards of today so we don't feel burned by a bad game.
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Not really. You liking something doesn't determine whether something is good or not. Quality is quality and mediocrity is mediocrity. There are always standards to be met. For example, you can like Alien: Colonial Marines, but if you're convinced that's a good game, you're flat out wrong. Liking and disliking comes down to tastes, and does not dictate quality. Same way you may not like The Last of Us, but for you to say it's a bad game is also flat out wrong. There are standards in the industry, in any entertainment industry, and as consumers we trust critics to uphold these standards in evaluating games/products.
But to an individual, that is all that matters.

For example, Big Bang Theory is flat out horrible. But to an individual that likes the show, should it really matter to them what I think?
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