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Submitted by Deeke 1040d ago | review

[GAMINGtruth] Madden '13 Review

GAMINGtruth's own Mark Gibson delves into the newest addition to the most recognized video game football franchise of all time, exposing the innovative and enjoyable elements of Madden '13.

"The new changes blend well with the gameplay that gamers have come to know with the Madden series. Whether you are a casual or hardcore Madden player, Madden NFL 13 is fun for everyone. The Infinity Engine helps make gameplay more fluid while the Connected Careers makes online gameplay a video game version of Fantasy Football." --Mark Gibson, GAMINGtruth.com (Madden NFL 13, PS Vita, PS3, Wii, Xbox 360) 9/10

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NastyLeftHook0  +   1039d ago
i know there is alot of madden haters out there, but its the best football game ever, i dont care. ( IMO)
BX81  +   1039d ago
Hmm
I agree. This is the best one so far. One question though. Maybe I'm over looking it but where is the regular season mode?

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