Madden NFL 25 for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Madden NFL 25

Aug 27, 2013

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

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About this game

Developer: EA Tiburon
Content Rating: Everyone

Summary

Unlock the power, precision, and creativity of the NFL ballcarrier. Whether you’re a slashing running-back, dual-threat QB, or ball-hawking safety, unleash 30 new moves and string together devastating combos with the all-new precision modifier. Become the ultimate sports tycoon as you take the reins of your favorite team in the all-new Connected Franchise. Also, with the addition of Infinity Engine 2 gameplay, an all-new mode in Ultimate Team, and the new Madden Share system, Madden NFL 25 celebrates twenty-five years of authenticity and innovation.

Critic Reviews

15 Reviews
7.60
Eduardo MoutinhoAug 27, 2013
Madden NFL 25 is the best American football game I’ve played since Sega’s last NFL 2K effort. It’s polished. It presents itself well. And it’s a lot of fun. Each play … each flick of the stick shows how much effort EA put into this series. Those 25 years of hard work are in full effect here, and that’s great news for all of us who’ve been fans every turf-tearing step of the way.
Dan RubensteinAug 23, 2013
Madden NFL 25 is as fun to play and enjoyable as any ultra-modern sports game could hope to be while still toeing the advanced feature line. The NFL itself breeds die-hards who need every tiny option at their disposal and casual fans happy to enjoy some healthy competition. While Madden NFL 25 does an admirable job of catering to those with little use for, say, the ability to make 14 changes before each snap, it stays true to its ethos to give you as much control as you could possibly want. Asses and all.
Matthew KatoAug 27, 2013
Madden 25 does achieve a modicum of competency – and even excellence. Another year with the Infinity engine has paid noticeable dividends in the kinds of tackles seen, despite the work needed to produce consistent outcomes in player contact. Still, the inconsistency has me pining for an ­unambiguous step forward such as last year's revamped passing game and the birth of ­Connected ­Careers.

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