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Madden NFL 11

Released on 13 August 2010

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

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Comment:Brand new and sealed game. This item will be posted the day after payment. From a smoke-free home. Thanks for looking.

Madden NFL 11 will redefine videogame football for both veteran and rookie players by providing a Simpler, Quicker and Deeper experience

Simpler: Call plays like an NFL coach with ease using an all-new play-calling system, GameFlow, which executes an authentic, situational game plan for you

Quicker: The new play-calling system will enable players to spend more time on the field and less in the playbook - completing games in half of the time

Deeper: Madden NFL 11 is feature-rich, with improved animations and control options, enhanced online functionality, and new broadcast and audio presentation that delivers the NFL experience fans have come to expect
  • From 350 Plays Down to 1 - Introducing GameFlow, an all-new playcalling system that automatically selects the best play for your team based on situational, authentic NFL game plans. Listen as your coach calls in the play from the sidelines based on your favorite team's real-life tendencies, or add a new level of strategy by creating and customizing your own offensive and defensive game plans.
  • Full Games in Half the Time - With an all-new playcall system, spend less time in the huddle and more time on the field. Experience all of the drama and excitement of a full game in as little as 30 minutes.
  • Less Buttons, More Moves- Enjoy success using only the two control sticks. Run through holes, break tackles, and explode in the open field thanks to the intuitive and responsive Dual Stick Control. All-new locomotion provides true acceleration and deceleration, as well as natural planting and cutting, making Madden NFL 11 the most authentic looking and feeling football game to-date.
  • See It. Hear It. Feel It. - Experience a new level of excitement with completely revamped audio presentation from the booth to the field. Gus Johnson, one of the most electrifying commentators in sports injects his energy into the play-by-play call, while Cris Collinsworth provides his Emmy winning analysis. Authentic team specific chants and stadium music bring game day to your living room like never before.
  • Build the Ultimate Team - Madden NFL Ultimate Team combines the best aspects of Madden NFL 11 gameplay, card collecting, and fantasy football - all into one unique mode. Earn, purchase, and participate in user auctions to collect unique player cards, all while you build and manage your fantasy roster. Compete in matches online and see where you rank amongst your friends. Madden NFL Ultimate Team has something for every fan of the NFL.

    Madden NFL 11

customer Reviews

 Average rating (8 reviews)

 Great Action, Ive only played the demo haha

| | See all Jonny20's reviews (3)

This game is so great!! Im Welsh, so new to the NFL, I cant put the controller down, unless I lose!! lol Which i'll just throw a tantrum haha!! Im gonna wait til the price lowers though & may buy the 2010 version to keep me waiting :D

 If you own Madden 10, don't bother

| | See all Volatile's reviews (1)

I think I'll start this review with the changes to this years game.....hmmmmm, with there being so few, that could be a problem. Firstly, the Franchise and Superstar modes are exactly the same as last years game, which is a huge let down, considering that they are the core of the game. I remember the depth that the Madden games used to go into in the PS2 games, and it's painful to see the watered down version EA has been pumping out on the next gen consoles. Any graphics upgrades have gone completely unnoticed by myself, and although there are some new pre-game visuals, its the same from team to team. The Superbowl finally has some fanfare though, which is a feature that has been missing for too long. The new gameflow system works pretty well streamlining the game, but isn't above calling ridiculous plays on occasion. The new commentary with Gus Johnson can get a bit ridiculous and over the top, and the menu music is nowhere near as good as last year (I nearly ripped my own ears off when Kiss' "Rock & Roll All Night" came on, with it's incessanlty long, repeating ending). There has been a pretty good upgrade to the running game, but it feels like it, and most of the other good features, have been shamelessly lifted from NCAA 11.

The biggest let down for me though is the fact there are still annoying glitches in the game itself that haven't been fixed from last years game. Corners still on occasion make cuts before your own receivers like mind readers, linemen still ignore the occasional pass rusher, and once again levels seem to have very little to do with the stats players can put up.

The reason I gave this game 3 stars is it's exactly like Madden 10, and if you haven't bought the game in a few years, you'll still enjoy it. Unfortunately, Madden 10 wasn't the best base model to start with, and veteran Maddenites hoping for some major improvements will be dissapointed. If you want a good football game, spend a little extra and have a copy of NCAA 11 shipped over.

 madden 11 garbage

| | See all alexreid123's reviews (2)

its the same game every year lack of inovation again!!! choppy gameplay,lots of issues and full of presentation gimmicks!!!
the only thing different is gameflow gimmick n strategy pad!!! DO NOT BUY

 Madden is heading in the wrong direction!!!

| | See all FFHoppy's reviews (1)

I have been a massive Madden fan all my life and have bough every Madden game ever realised. Having got this Madden I most say I am deeply disapointed. I have also bought NBA2k10 and must say they have taken a massive step in the right direction with the my player mode which I cant understand why a similar method isn't used in the new madden. Also on the become a superstar mode why havent they brought back atleast the drills you have to do to create your player having just a few points you can stick anywhere is a set backwards. Next the online gaming sucks just as much if not more than the last Madden with it constantly timing out which has nothing to do with my internet as I am constantly playing other games online with no problems. And last but not least the Franchise mode hasn't had a single change from the last one. (Bring back the radio convos with player about the games rather than the extra point).

 Just Great

| | See all spidreman83's reviews (2)

The last American Football game i owned the original John Madden on the mega drive and hasent it it changed!! i am really hooked as its very easy to pick up looks so much better then fifa! and you can learn alot bout NFL by playing this!!!!

Rating3+ (PEGI)