Madden Nfl 10

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Cover[edit]

New features[edit]

AFL Legacy Pack[edit]

Madden NFL Arcade[edit]

  • Cover art featuring Troy Polamalu (left) and Larry Fitzgerald.
  • AU: August 13, 2009 (PS3, Wii, X360). NA: August 14, 2009.
  • EU: August 14, 2009 (PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, X360).

NA: August 20, 2009 (BB). NA: September 9, 2009 (iOS). NA: November 24, 2009. KOR: November 24, 2009 (PS3)[1]. JP: November 25, 2009 (X360). EU: November 26, 2009 (PS3). AU: November 26, 2009 (PS3). JP: December 3, 2009 (PS3). EU: April 10, 2010 (X360). AU: April 10, 2010 (X360). KOR: April 10, 2010 (X360)[2]. Madden NFL 10 is an American football video game based on the National Football League that was published by EA Sports and developed by EA Tiburon.

References[edit]

  • The 21st installment of the Madden NFL series, it is the first game to feature two players on the cover: Troy Polamalu of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals, who played against each other the previous season in Super Bowl XLIII.
  • It was released in August 2009 for the PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Wii, Xbox 360 and BlackBerry,[3] and for the iOS on September 9 through the App Store.[4].
  • All of the features apply to the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game, unless otherwise noted below.
  • PRO-TAK – New animation technology that allows up to nine players to be involved in tackles, ability to steer tackles, a more realistic pocket around the QB caused by a new blocking system, and QB avoidance actions.[5].
  • Fight for the Fumble (Xbox 360, PS3, PS2, PSP) – A fumble pile-up that triggers when a fumble occurs near two players.
  • To gain possession, the user must repeatedly press a series of buttons that appear on the screen.[5].
  • New Ratings Philosophy – Ratings have been re-scaled for a more noticeable difference between players, and new ratings such as Throw accuracy deep, medium, short, and throw on run and many more, make players styles more realistic.[6].
  • Sim Style Gameplay – Game speed has been reduced for a more realistic, life like experience.[7].
  • Player Momentum – More realistic acceleration, deceleration, planting & turn rates.[8].
  • Quarterback Improvements – Layered blending, new QB ratings and more realistic QB dropback animations.[9].
  • WR/DB Interaction – Improved route running and coverage.[10].
  • Play Designer (PSP) – Players can create custom plays and formations, then upload them directly to a PlayStation 3.
  • Procedural Awareness – System which allows each player to realistically follow the ball using head, eyes, neck and shoulders.[11].
  • Depth of Field – All new system which will not only improve the visual quality of the game but will allow a more realistic broadcast experience.[12].
  • New Injury System – Injury status/severity is delayed instead of immediate for more suspense and realism, all new animations with trainers and injury carts are shown, players playing injured have their ratings affected negatively and are at chance of re-injuring themselves.[13].
  • The Extra Point – A weekly wrap-up show with Fran Charles and Alex Flanagan in franchise mode.
  • Halftime/Postgame Show – Recaps stats and highlights with Alex Flanagan.
  • Super Bowl Presentation – United States Air Force Thunderbirds and National Anthem, along with Super Bowl patches for jerseys and team specific endzones, sidelines and midfield logos.[14].
  • Cutscenes – Multiple pre/post play cutscenes along with camera angles such as coaches on the sidelines and quarterbacks talking on the phone.
  • New announcers (PSP, PS2, Wii) – The PSP, PS2, and Wii versions of the game received new announcers in Tom Hammond and Cris Collinsworth.
  • They replaced Al Michaels and John Madden.[15].
  • Chain gang – The chain gang comes out on a close call for a first down.
  • If it's not a successful first down, the referee will signal how much is left.
  • If it's successful, the referee will point to the team's endzone, just like in real life.
  • Superstar Mode – Made more simple.
  • Aspects such as messages and interviews were removed.

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  • Improved Franchise Mode – Improved progression and regression, offseason signing logic, draft logic (players will be picked on needs of the team) and pre-created draft classes and more.
  • Includes the new "Extra Point".[16].
  • New Creation Features – New accessories such as QB towels, additional facemasks, handwarmers, new gloves, arm bands and more.