Average User Score: 6.1Aug 27, 2014This game is headed in the right direction. If you haven't picked this game up in a couple of years or you are looking to get into Madden then this is the one you buy.
While the game still lacks true WR/DB interaction, Madden NFL 15 DELIVERS on defense. I like to user my defensive lineman and they have made it possible with the new defensive lineman moves. The new tackle vision cone will give you the help you desire but you better not miss! Zone defense has improved tremendously where before you would see a safety just stand around, now they go after the ball, even if they don't make a play I love to see the effort.
If you are newbie to this game, I recommend Skills Trainer straight out of the box. It teaches you about basic football concepts that you will need in game especially if you like to play online. Also to take it up a notch try out the Gauntlet where you can have fun and still learn the concepts of the game.
Connected Franchise Mode has had some upgrades this year that makes it more interesting to gain XP for your players and still give you that true GM experience. One thing that's missing is the ability to renegotiate contracts with older players. If I have a 35 year old Drew Brees who's on the decline, then he shouldn't still be getting paid like the young Drew Brees. This happens in the NFL every offseason where older players renegotiate their contracts or face being released.
As I said before, Madden NFL football is headed in the right direction. From the intro with Cam Newton to Madden Ultimate Team, Madden NFL 15 is the game that true football fans will love and enjoy!… Expand
Average User Score: 3.8Sep 2, 2013With next-gen consoles coming in a couple of months I didn't expect to see changes with the game BUT I DID. Of course it's not perfect but after last year the transition is decent. Last year you could not run the ball without tripping over your lineman. This year with foot-planting can ensure your runner can possibly break a tackle or two!
Connected Franchise Mode is a blessing in itself with the return of owner mode! Also online EA SPORTS gave commissioners the ability to reset cap penalties!
All in all EA SPORTS delivers in this current gen and shows promise for next-gen outside of a few mishaps I think that will be corrected in the near future… Expand
Average User Score: 5.5Jul 10, 2013NCAA brought it this year.Love the OL/DL interaction this year hopefully we will see more changes in the future. Adding the "Infinity Engine" was a big plus especially when it was missing in last year's title. Also added one of my favorite modes in Ultimate Team with some sweet legends. I still want to see more with Road to Glory in terms of overall interaction. If you've never played the NCAA Football series or have been away for awhile then go out and pick it up you wont be disappointed.… Expand