Let’s be blunt: EA Sports’ Madden football franchise doesn’t exactly bust any blocks. Year after year, the game’s updates consist of a new rookie class, roster updates and a few small tweaks to gameplay.
It’s a winning formula for EA, to be sure, but it’s not breaking new ground.
This year could be different, though. Madden 13 takes the franchise to a few new places, including Kinect technology, greater realism, big changes to the Franchise mode and a handheld version on PlayStation Vita.
See a review of the game at CNET.