Previously, I wrote my ideas for MLB 2k11 (NOT) based on the almost galactic amount of positive feedback for NBA 2K11 (offline only, at least.) 2K may definitely try to re-create their success in the other sports, but what about EA? Can you imagine Madden 12 with Joe Montana, Emmitt Smith, or Jerry Rice on the cover with modes dedicated to them? The results could be fantastic, but knowing the Madden developers, they would probably steal a concept like the MJ classic stuff and attempt to change it to differentiate it but in a way that turns more people off, as they have done with implementing NFL 2K5 features like the halftime show. So, why not take a player who has attracted a lot of buzz recently but is still one of the greatest of all time, and have him as cover athlete and playable in the game? Introducing, Green Bay... I mean New York... I mean Minnesotta... I mean retired... Oh wait, on August 2, 2011 he signed with San Fransisco, right... 49ers QB, Madden 09 cover athlete, and hall of fame sexter - BRETT FAVRE!!!
1. The Favre Challenge - Play as Favre in 10 classic games from his great career. From his debut, through Super Bowl 31, to his games played burdened by tragedy, all the way to the crushing 2009 NFC Championship game. Bonus Points for Interceptions, Fumbles, and Touchdowns.
2. Favre: Being a Legend - You begin as rookie Brett Favre, but in 2011's NFL on any team you wish. You improve your stats by sending nude photos to women and crying during games. When you have reached 400 TDs and 200 interceptions, you are eligible to retire. You must retire and unretire at least 5 times in order to complete the mode.
3. You can play as any of the classic Favre teams or his opponents, and bring them into Play Now or the still unchanged Franchise Mode (Sorry, but never trust anything we say from last year.)