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Old 09-20-2013, 07:14 PM   #49
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Re: OS Roundtable: Where does EA Football Stand at the End of This Generation?

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There is a line......I am a passionate sports gamer.....that's why I am here.


At the same time I have the maturity to realize.....it is a video game and to take that at face value. Some are really good....some are really bad. Most fall somewhere in between.


But a toy (which is what we are talking about) would never get me so riled to the point of spewing the type of anger and venom that I see on these boards.


It's absurd to be frank.


And yeah....in the end....compared to everything relative in life....


It's a stinking video game.
But I'm not angry, and I never was, I just want alot more out of these titles. Some are bad, yes thats true, but EA is supposed to be the top of line. Thats all I'm saying. It a fun product, but the quality is poor.
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Old 09-20-2013, 07:31 PM   #50
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But I'm not angry, and I never was, I just want alot more out of these titles. Some are bad, yes thats true, but EA is supposed to be the top of line. Thats all I'm saying. It a fun product, but the quality is poor.
Not saying you in particular are angry.

And we both want the same thing. And I don't disagree about the overall quality when looking at this gens cycle. For the most part it was very poor save for 3 Maddens (10,12,25) and the last 4 NCAA titles (11,12,13,14)

With NCAA IMO they got better and better.

I am being gracious about Madden as 10 was good but franchise an abortion. 12 good but still lacking on the field. 25 finally was able to give me a really good package for the most part.

Anyway.....I hope PS4 brings us a far better Madden in the years to come.
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Old 09-21-2013, 05:26 AM   #51
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