on January 10 at 05:18 PM

If anything that shows you why they released a broken item.

Many gamers don't realize the quantity of console sales which take place is quite high just for the particular purpose to perform one or two annualized franchises. For the individual who buys two games annually for Madden nfl 21 coins example Madden and NBA2K every year, $60x2 for your hours and hours of time put into these matches, the worth is super large. The populace of people who fall within that category aren't on r/Games whining about microtransactions and shit like this. They most likely don't even possess a reddit account.
I watched a meeting for one of the earlier call of duty annualized games (such as contemporary warfare 3 or more so), and also the developers essentially said that ordinary players (those individuals who play halo,killzone, battle , other shooters) do not buy call of duty games. The majority of folks who perform call of duty is only going to purchase Cod along with a sports game. CODX and TIgerwoods 20xx, CODX and Madden20XX, CODX and NBA2kXX, and etc.. And they'll do this religiously every year. I've heard this subset referred to as Brogamers--sort of the antithesis to people that only play The Sims/Animal Crossing but in the end it's a similar spending pattern. Totally agree with you and this interview from way back in the day (man time is flying by). Bro have you played a Madden game lately? They're fucking terrible! Same engine as they utilized on PS3, yet the match has less features and more bugs than it did 15 decades ago. It is objectively a terribly created game.
The madden criticism that surfaced has nothing to do with your remark. Its a growing group of individuals that want to play a fantastic football match, but Ea keeps selling them the exact same game without upgrading the engine. This group needs the nfl to either give out several instances of likeness rights or offer them exclusively to another company that would hopefully make a much better game. Not surprising. This is the reason why EA doesn't need to bother ever enhancing anything in most of their modes or repairing any bugs that have been there for several years. People will buy it regardless and whales will dump a lot of money into MUT. 2k has similar troubles and the microtransaction stuff is gross but at least which has good gameplay and high tier presentation and they still put in a little more effort. Sports game just have a completely different demographics to matches such as Witcher 3 and CIV.
If anything that shows you why they released a broken item. The men and women who buy don't read/care exactly what the internet thinks. Disappointed in the sports community but honestly. . .where else could they go if this is their sole option? Most of the sports game fan do not read reviews before they buy. A lot of them literally only play that sport for the entire year. It's the same for FIFA. Imagine if Fromsoftware made a half-baked Souls game. The fans would still buy it since it's still a Souls game. Makes sense if you consider it that way. I mean, I just played New Super Mario Bros 2. It is like three hours and nothing about it's distinctive from all the other New Super Mario Bros. games.Yet, I purchased it, and so did not millions of different players.
Maximum Football 2020 releases later this month. It frankly compares to late Xbox/early 360 graphically but it actually has customization and depth unlike Madden. Honstely if your only game in town it is not like anybody has a choice just I am just glad madden didn't need to stick around and see his name butchered. Unfortunately Madden & FIFA are matches which are review-immune because of mixture of licensing / casual market reach. I get the feeling Avengers will fall into this class. The NFL & FIFA respectively don't take enough flak for this. They must see that cheap mut coins madden 21 their audience isn't happy but do not switch to non-exclusive licensing anyway. Past year's I stopped playing a month in I'd the EA ace left before yesterday I didn't reup. I didnt like 20 or 21.

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