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ToKe has posted a couple of Madden NFL 17 videos. The first one features the New England Patriots vs. Oakland Raiders.


The second Madden NFL 17 video features the Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Tennessee Titans.


Game: Madden NFL 17Reader Score: 8/10 - Vote Now
Platform: PS3 / PS4 / Xbox 360 / Xbox OneVotes for game: 16 - View All
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# 1 DeuceDouglas @ 06/20/16 10:59 PM
Seeing a ton of tipped/deflected INT's and QB fumbles as they're in the process of throwing.
 
# 2 Gilley @ 06/20/16 11:02 PM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
Seeing a ton of tipped/deflected INT's and QB fumbles as they're in the process of throwing.
I feel like it's the same case as the punt/kick blocks. Their being highlighted because ball physics are revamped and new, so they want to show it off. But that's just what I think the case is.
 
# 3 dmslapped @ 06/20/16 11:13 PM
Is the gameplay in 60fps? It looks smoother.

Sidenote.
Wish this guy didn't yell so much.
 
# 4 joshtree14 @ 06/20/16 11:23 PM
One nitpick, every time a receiver catches the ball while running across the field, the receiver 98% of the time gets stood up by the defender. That play should end one of 2 ways. The defender gets run over or the receiver gets run over
 
# 5 2_headedmonster @ 06/20/16 11:28 PM
cpu offense looks aggressive....i like it.

Not seeing much in the way of pressure from the d-line however.
 
# 6 SolidSquid @ 06/20/16 11:50 PM
Do blocks seem weird to anyone else? It's like the punter just starts kinda lolligagging with no sense of urgency just waiting to get blocked.

I understand they are still tuning things.
 
# 7 4thQtrStre5S @ 06/21/16 12:09 AM
I am seeing some new animations and I like how the play follows through after a TD. Also seeing less of those late hits from M16.

There is one issue I see, which is the crossing routes where the receiver is met head on by a defender and then stood up, most noted is the one in the 3rd quarter where Raider's receiver #88 is stood up, where IRL, the momentum and force of the head on defender should have knocked him down, but it resulted in a Tackle Battle...

With the above criticism in mind, I am not too concerned, except for the lack of momentum and force, because in M16 those hits on crossing routes were one of the ways, it appears, that Madden used to create incomplete passes as to not have QB's throwing bad throws...

I just hope there is a balance between both results in the above scenario and we will see a variety on results based on angles, momentum, weight and ratings.
 
# 8 raidertiger @ 06/21/16 02:40 AM
Numbers on the Raider uniforms look better, but still off. The hole in the '4' on Derek Carr's jersey still needs to be bigger.
 
# 9 jmurphy31 @ 06/21/16 05:53 AM
Quote:
Originally Posted by DeuceDouglas
Seeing a ton of tipped/deflected INT's and QB fumbles as they're in the process of throwing.
I agree. It seems like every tipped ball becomes an int.
 
# 10 jmurphy31 @ 06/21/16 05:55 AM
Some small presentation issues. On the Murray TD Rush before half, the patriots defender 93, is clapping and looks like he pump his fist to celebrate the TD. Also at the half, the voice for the first highlight goes all the way into the 2nd highlight
 

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