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Check out the latest Madden NFL 25 video from Miguel Lozada, as he shows off some of the Super Bowl gameplay. Don't worry, he doesn't try to spoil anything.

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# 1 Gosens6 @ 08/22/13 02:03 PM
Absolutely love the videos for the teams before the games. Hopefully it doesn't get too old and repetitive quick, but I know they will. Still awesome though.

Edit: Wasn't much presentation to see, he literally skipped the entire pre-game
 
# 2 jmurphy31 @ 08/22/13 02:20 PM
I have said before (when the first prime time game video came out) that I like the intros and how they feature a team, but they should really use dynamic openings that feature either real or fake highlights from your games. Then they should include a few palyers who are doing well for both teams in this franchise.

Also, I couldn't quite tell, but is the stadium crowd not all there. It looks like there are a lot of empty seats. Kind of like the last few years in any rain or snow game regardless of importance.
 
# 3 DomisLive @ 08/22/13 02:21 PM
Great video, I cant wait fr this game to come out.
 
# 4 DeuceDouglas @ 08/22/13 02:28 PM
Was that Eli Manning doing the coin toss?

Like the intro videos but if they don't have a couple different versions, they'll get tired quick. Much like the team intros from a couple years ago.
 
# 5 DeuceDouglas @ 08/22/13 02:36 PM
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Originally Posted by jmurphy31
I have said before (when the first prime time game video came out) that I like the intros and how they feature a team, but they should really use dynamic openings that feature either real or fake highlights from your games.
I would usually be for this but I absolutely hated NCAA's intros. I don't know whether it was the fact that they showed highlights of the two teams that were about to play, playing or what but I just really didn't like them. I think the real shots work well here and judging by the replays I've seen from the demo, I think I'd prefer real shots. Although, if they could put together some dynamic shots like they've had at halftimes and such that update with your roster, I might be onboard.
 
# 6 Gosens6 @ 08/22/13 02:39 PM
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Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
I would usually be for this but I absolutely hated NCAA's intros. I don't know whether it was the fact that they showed highlights of the two teams that were about to play, playing or what but I just really didn't like them. I think the real shots work well here and judging by the replays I've seen from the demo, I think I'd prefer real shots. Although, if they could put together some dynamic shots like they've had at halftimes and such that update with your roster, I might be onboard.
Come on man, that's entirely too logical of an idea for EA to implement.
 
# 7 DrPhibes @ 08/22/13 02:41 PM
Would be interested in seeing the pre-game video package for a relocated team.
 
# 8 jmurphy31 @ 08/22/13 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
I would usually be for this but I absolutely hated NCAA's intros. I don't know whether it was the fact that they showed highlights of the two teams that were about to play, playing or what but I just really didn't like them. I think the real shots work well here and judging by the replays I've seen from the demo, I think I'd prefer real shots. Although, if they could put together some dynamic shots like they've had at halftimes and such that update with your roster, I might be onboard.
I agree with the NCAA comment. Makes little sense (unless it was the second game of a divisional match-up) to show highlights of the the two teams playing each other.

I was thinking more of showing the road to the Super Bowl. maybe show their QB and talk about his stats or being an Pro-Bowler. Then showing a highlight or two against the teams you beat in the play-offs and have the announce saying the score or even that you just beat them.

Something about real-life videos (that will probably never change) just dont work for me. I do like how they added to the pregame and by no means do I think they are horrible, i just like things to be related to my franchise that i am playing

For the record, I have also stated my displeasure for commentary that relates to last years' real NFL seasons.
 
# 9 jmurphy31 @ 08/22/13 02:58 PM
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Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
Was that Eli Manning doing the coin toss?

Like the intro videos but if they don't have a couple different versions, they'll get tired quick. Much like the team intros from a couple years ago.
Not sure if this was sarcasm, but it was supposed to be John Elway.
 
# 10 DeuceDouglas @ 08/22/13 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by jmurphy31
Not sure if this was sarcasm, but it was supposed to be John Elway.
No sarcasm. But dang does he look awful. I had to watch again and actually heard them announcing him. Curious to see what others they have for that.
 
# 11 Introvese @ 08/22/13 03:11 PM
Offically passing on the PS3 madden. Maybe get the PS4 if i see improvement. I just hate how easy it is to hot route & audible. People dont even pay attention to the D. They just go to the line already with a audible or hot route in mind. Its stupid. No QB has command like that. Its almost impossible to communicate verbally that quick with all the noise of a football game.
 
# 12 ThrowBack @ 08/22/13 03:20 PM
Why did they get rid of the photo flashes?
 
# 13 DeuceDouglas @ 08/22/13 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by jmurphy31
I agree with the NCAA comment. Makes little sense (unless it was the second game of a divisional match-up) to show highlights of the the two teams playing each other.

I was thinking more of showing the road to the Super Bowl. maybe show their QB and talk about his stats or being an Pro-Bowler. Then showing a highlight or two against the teams you beat in the play-offs and have the announce saying the score or even that you just beat them.

Something about real-life videos (that will probably never change) just dont work for me. I do like how they added to the pregame and by no means do I think they are horrible, i just like things to be related to my franchise that i am playing

For the record, I have also stated my displeasure for commentary that relates to last years' real NFL seasons.
I'm right there with you. I wish they would take pretty much all specific commentary lines out of franchise mode. As soon as I heard Jim Nantz talk about Justin Smith's triceps injury, I cringed. I would much rather hear some generic stuff that at least relates to a game I played last week over something like that. I still remember hearing about Matt Cassel's trade from the Patriots like six seasons into my franchise.

And I agree with the highlights vs. actual film. It's a tough combo that really doesn't work well. Kind of like when they tried to splice game footage in with the awesome M08 intro. It was horrible. I still have a soft spot for last gen's intros with the players warming up and showcasing a player from each team for a matchup or sometimes a QB-WR duo. Expanding upon that I think could have been awesome for your average Sunday games.
 
# 14 cthurt @ 08/22/13 03:33 PM
Idk if anyone else noticed but I see alot of empty blue seats. Now i have a big problem with that becuase this is the freaking super bowl!!!! Snow is not going to stop people from going to the Supebowl!! Come on ea thats not cool and most snow games take place in the playoffs so this isnt a good look at all.
 
# 15 Segagendude @ 08/22/13 03:34 PM
I see they still have empty seats in inclement weather, even at the SB!!!???

Ok then...

*edit* I see cthurt beat me to it, lol...

Of course, this would be a poorly rated SB anyway, ha!
 
# 16 vrtkolman @ 08/22/13 03:37 PM
If it wasn't for the intro, I would have thought this was an exhibition game. Half the stadium is empty, there were no camera flashes and the announcers sound half asleep (as they usually do). Where are the all the advertisements and long commercial breaks?

I figured this was the case but still, what a joke.
 
# 17 nascar163 @ 08/22/13 04:10 PM
Is it bad I was announcing the game myself the whole time? But back on topic, it looks good, presentation is the best in years (but will give YT Commentators a pain to edit). Can't wait for the game on Tuesday.
 
# 18 jmurphy31 @ 08/22/13 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
I'm right there with you. I wish they would take pretty much all specific commentary lines out of franchise mode. As soon as I heard Jim Nantz talk about Justin Smith's triceps injury, I cringed. I would much rather hear some generic stuff that at least relates to a game I played last week over something like that. I still remember hearing about Matt Cassel's trade from the Patriots like six seasons into my franchise.

And I agree with the highlights vs. actual film. It's a tough combo that really doesn't work well. Kind of like when they tried to splice game footage in with the awesome M08 intro. It was horrible. I still have a soft spot for last gen's intros with the players warming up and showcasing a player from each team for a matchup or sometimes a QB-WR duo. Expanding upon that I think could have been awesome for your average Sunday games.
Exactly. I cringe every time Simms mentions how well Belichick and Brady work together and how great a coach he is. And he's not even in the game.

As for the split screen showing QB match ups, RB comparisons, or even CB/WR Matchups. Throw in some stat banners and it immerses you into the franchise.

One thing NCAA does which I wish Madden would add is all the stats in the team selection window. Like team leaders, historical stats, etc.
 
# 19 grodbetatted @ 08/22/13 04:23 PM
good video madden looks really good this year... he sucks as a playing madden though why wouldnt you kick a field goal
 
# 20 tmac747 @ 08/22/13 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by DrPhibes
Would be interested in seeing the pre-game video package for a relocated team.
I was thinking the exact same thing.
 

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