The Madden 11 release date and demo are important for serious gamers who want this year’s NFL update. The demo wasmade available to the masses, and instead of the typical 2-5 minutes of playtime, this year those who download the Madden 11 demo will discover that they will get 20 minutes of playtime via four 5-minute quarters. This gives users more of an idea of what the full-length game will be.
My friend joked that the only problem with the demo is that you can only choose between being the Colts or the Jets. All jokes aside, the shorter version of the game showcased crisp graphics that look so real it’s almost not even believable. I grew up on video games like Mario Brothers and Kirby, so watching games like Madden 11 really amazes me how much the gaming industry has improved over the last 15 years or so.
One thing that had many chattering about the Madden 11 video game is that it even features President Obama. Our president pops up everywhere, from The View and now in games…it’s kind of cool, actually. The game will showcase a little bit of history.
Perhaps the best thing about this version of EA Sports’ popular game is the new “Game Flow” system, which doesn’t overwhelm you with the entire playbook every down. Instead, the game is set up to give you recommendations based on your current situation. This is particularly great for people who may not be football experts but still want to play the game. In addition, it cuts the game time down in half…or at least that’s what the claims are saying. Getting through the game quicker will help people from getting a little bored.
The release date for the full Madden 11 will be August 10 in the US and August 13 in Europe. Both XBox 360 and PS3 versions will be available for purchase at that time.
Of course you will be able to find the game at retailers such as GameStop, and online.