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Madden NFL 25

Electronic Arts, EA Sports
Nov 15, 2013 - PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

76

Top Critic Average

48%

Critics Recommend

IGN
7.6 / 10
Game Informer
7.8 / 10
GameSpot
7 / 10
Giant Bomb
3 / 5
USgamer
3.5 / 5
God is a Geek
8 / 10
Game Rant
3.5 / 5
ZTGD
8.2 / 10
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Official Madden 25 Release Trailer

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Critic Reviews for Madden NFL 25

IGN

7.6 / 10.0
IGN

Next-gen graphics only go so far – changes to Madden 25's play make control tougher, though it's still good football.

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You'll notice some new things in here, but it's not radically different

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The definitive versions of Madden NFL 25 excel on subtlety.

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All the features from the previous versions of Madden 25 make it into the next-gen, but the upgrades you get with this version aren't that significant.

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Outside of instant replays, Madden NFL 25 won't impress the average player on PlayStation 4, as the game's normal play mode doesn't always show off the next-generation graphics. Improved physics and player AI change how the game is played on a fundamental level, making it more realistic, so veteran players will need a period of adjustment. Unlike previous console launch versions of Madden, Madden NFL 25 on PS4 keeps all the extra modes you've come to expect from the series.

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Madden NFL 25 is certainly a good foundation for EA to build upon, but some work needs to be done on the player models, the gameplay visuals and the collision physics before a future Madden title can become a true and realistic simulation.

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Like we mentioned in our current-gen review, Madden NFL 25 comes across as little more than a stop-gap before the big improvements hit in one or two years time. And the next-gen version is a slightly better playing iteration, with visuals that are more detailed but still flawed. Overall, fans of the series will like how EA Sports has leveraged the power of the next-gen systems, but the casual consumer is better served waiting till the franchise makes more sweeping changes.

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ZTGD

8.2 / 10.0
Ken McKown

Madden NFL 25 is a ton of fun on its own, but certainly not worth the double dip. If you held out this long, go ahead and grab it. All the features are there, and if you have Xbox One (or both machines) CoachGlass is worth it on that system alone.

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