Take a look at the first glimpse of Madden NFL 13 Wii U footage.
When they showed the SmartGlass "draw your own play" at E3, you knew they were going to add this into the Wii U version.
Or perhaps the more likely situation is that they already had this planned for the Wii U a few years ago when Nintendo gave EA one of the first Wii U dev kits...
I would say the graphics look nice but they mostly show how the gamepad would work
Where is footage of the Vita version? This truly was a sneak peek
Unfortunately, I hear that the Vita version is more of a Madden 12.5 than a full upgrade to Madden. The rumor from those that have gotten sneak gameplay is that it doesn't have the physics engine of the new game.
that sucks, the infinity engine is whats helping madden be a good game this year.
Yeah we need more gameplay than this to judge. But I think what people aren't realizing is these games aren't being built on the most up to day hardware. We won't see the potential of what Wii U can do until next round of games after launch period.
I see a lot of potential in just that little bit. Remember new hardware means more than just a new coat of paint. Being able to adjust routes is a big help IMO and one of the things I enjoyed about the Wii version. This version will obviously have a lot more depth and online play will require more skill.
I really don't understand the rules of American Football. Been to a game once when I was visiting Washington and afterwards really thought I got it...but..uhh..I didn't. Nice to see more and more WiiU footage surfacing!
Like anything, you're not going to understand it in one go. Took me awhile (being a non-American) but it's probably my favourite sport now.
It's not that complicated. You get 4 tries to move the football 10 yards or the other team gets the ball.Move it 10 yards and you start over with 4 more tries. Technically 3 because in most cases a team isnt going to try to move the ball on 4th down and risk giving the other team an easier chance to score.IN some rare cases teams will try on 4th down but not often I think you are making things more complicated than they are. I am by no means a football fan or even a sports fan in general so if I can understand the game anyone can
It's probably not the scoring and rules as much as the varied nuances that he doesn't get. The rules are simple, as you have stated. However, It's the importance of positions, playbook differences, offensive and defensive play, etc. How do you appreciate a sack if you don't know that it is NOT just a simple tackle? It's the plays within the play that take more than a few games to understand why they are important to the flow and outcome of the game itself. It's a bit like an American, that hasn't played soccer, truly learning why the sport is so loved by the rest of the world. I love it because I played it for almost 20 years. But, trying to explain that to my friends is almost impossible.
Just like every sport, you're not going to know the rules of something you never watch/take part in.
This video sucks. I don't see the appeal of keep looking up and down from TV to Wii U pad. They should show more.
You cant see the appeal of being able to create your own plays or adjust plays on the fly using the screen? BTW another person who thinks you'll be switching between the 2 screens every 5 seconds... Really how much sense does that even make? None at all. You kids gotta stop this. Same thing happened last gen with Wii and you guys claiming that point and click was just too hard for you to grasp, in most cases making yourself look like a complete idiot in order to find something negative about the console. Again it did nothing to hurt the Wii and wont hurt the Wii U either.
I'ma scared of the scary wii u pad.my brain can't two screen how do the DS and 3ds players do it they must be so smart. and thata smart glass will be way to much looking at a extra screen. I see no point.i'ma scared of this new scary future. lol gamers on this site sound just like this alot I love it.
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