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August 3oth

Madden NFL 2012 (Nintendo Wii)


Madden NFL 12 continues the rich tradition of the storied franchise by bringing fans closer to the NFL than ever before. Featuring all 32 teams, stadiums, and your favorite players, Madden NFL 12 is True to the Game. Whether you’re teaming up with your friends in the Road to the Super Bowl or building the NFL’s next great dynasty, Madden NFL 12 is True to the NFL, True to the Franchise, True to the Game.

• Everything You See on Sunday— Featuring all 32 NFL teams, stadiums, and your favorite NFL players, nothing brings you closer to the field than Madden NFL 12.

• Play Your Way— Take on your rivals using Classic Controller or Classic Controller Pro. The new Horizontal Style controller provides an interactive, two-button control combining a retro nostalgic feel with traditional Madden NFL gameplay.

• Ultimate Social Experience— Whether you’re teaming up with your friends in the Road to the Super Bowl or crowning a king of the couch in four-player Madden Showdown, Madden NFL 12 on Wii is the best way to experience the NFL with your friends!

• Your Crowning Moment— Battle your way through in-game challenges on and off the field to earn unlockable items, including new uniforms and special game-modifying footballs. Show off every accomplishment in your very own Awards room!

• Revamped GameFlow— Focus less on calling plays and more on making them with the improved GameFlow playcall system! Before every play, you decide whether to let your coach make the call or take the play selection into your own hands.

• Enhanced Franchise Mode— Build your franchise from the ground up by assembling your roster through a fantasy draft. Hire and fire coordinators and assistants, auction for free agents in a live bidding mini-game, and test your negotiation skills in an attempt to sign players to build the league’s next dynasty.

Source: EA


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Author: Anthony DeVirgilis View all posts by
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