Madden NFL 15 delivers everything fans need to own their rivals on both sides of the field, including the most immersive defensive gameplay control in franchise history. Like the Super Bowl XLVIII champion Seattle Seahawks, you can win championships and bask in the glory of success by building a great defense fit to challenge the best offenses in the game. Fans will also experience an entirely new broadcast presentation that delivers Madden NFL game day like never before with dramatic all-new camera angles, as well as dynamic pre-game and halftime features.
I'm going to be blunt; Madden NFL 15 does not live up to the expectations I had after playing the game at E3 and following the announcements since. Simply put, it's an improvement over Madden NFL 25, but makes questionable decisions as well. It's not a bust -- far from it. But it's not what I was hoping for. If I had to compare it to a real NFL quarterback, I'd say Madden NFL 15 is Tony Romo. He does a lot of things well, will have you playing meaningful games in week 17, but, ultimately, you won't make the playoffs and it's because of the players around him. Madden NFL 15 starts off really strong. We get our first interactive experience to start the game, where you play as the Panthers in a fictional playoff game this upcoming... Read Review