Madden NFL 25 is officially available for pre-order, and the Anniversary Edition is jam packed with value.
Don't have DirecTV, but that is a pretty good deal.
I just Pre ordered. But you don't need direct tv. You can upload the account to a tablet, smartphone, or a pc. I don't have dish so im going to plug my laptop via hdmi to my tv. Winning
Good to know. I use the laptop like that for other stuff all the time.
I really hope this is the final year of the EA/NFL deal
Yeah I remember NFL 2k back in the day. I'd love to see what they could do if given the chance again.
They have a chance now. Backbreaker did not have an NFL licence. 2K made All pro and it was a bad game. I'm not buying Madden, but 2k can make a game.
It would be nice to see another developer tackle the franchise and force EA to actually do something new.
The realism just gets more fake in my opinion. Stopped playing madden back in 07
I roll with NCAA
I prefer NCAA over the NFL titles every year.
I hear the commemorate the 25th year they're going to make it just like every other madden. Just a rumor tho. We can only hope.
This is the last year for the EA/NFL license deal, hopefully it isn't renewed and 2K sports can get back into action and make NFL2K15 next year. Been playing NFL2K5 since EA ran like a p*ssy after they snatched the license away from 2K sports back in 05', we can only imagine how 2K football will look and play on PS4 and Xbox1 next gen consoles....i'm still keeping the faith.
I couldn't agree with you more. 2K had their number and then EA ran for licensing agreement. The Madden franchises suck and progressively has gotten worst. I buy those Maddens used. I don't pay full price for that crap. 2K system was much more refined, felt more realistic and the presentation was profound. Stupid deal...put EA against 2K and watch how many folks will jump ship to 2K. I for one, never left the boat.
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