Demo day was here and gone. Now it is time to help EA make Madden a little bit better.
Finding the demo can sometimes be the most annoying experience. This video will walk you through the quick journey to find one of the most impressive sports gaming demos to date.
We are currently uploading the first tutorial for Madden 13 noobs. It is based around the ‘Demo’ version of the game, but you should be ready to hit the digital gridiron on August 28th!
In case you haven’t joined the madness that is the Madden forums on numerous sites – it is official… you will have a chance to play a full game with 5-minute quarters for the Madden 13 Demo.
- A rematch of the NFC Championship between the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants. This should be fun for people that want to check out how much fun it is to play defense with the likes of Patrick Willis.
- A game between the Seahawks and the Redskins… otherwise known as an opportunity to see how fast Robert Griffin III is and how much you will want to play with him online. In case you were wondering why that seems a little sarcastic – check out our old article about sports gaming online.
The opportunity to play a full game of Madden is really what you should be excited about. It isn’t very often that publishers (especially EA Sports) give you a chance to play more than a half or a quarter of a sports game. You can expect full video coverage and reviews pouring out from the sports gaming community and NoobTubeTV will be no different… other than the fact that we won’t be fanboys and we won’t be haters when it comes to reviewing a game and much less – a demo.
Keep in mind that Demos are not always the latest ‘build’ of a game. There might (and probably will be) glitches that make you wonder if it is worth your time to begin with but we are hoping for the best.
*On a personal note, I am extremely excited (like Tim Tebow) to get a crack at some Madden 13 action before the official release on August 28.
It is the hope and expectation of many gamers and Madden NFL fans that the demo will be released next Tuesday, August 14. Keep in mind that the demos are usually earlier builds of the game you hope to buy. Also, you should take time with the demo in order to learn how to play the game and develop a feel for the new Infinity Engine.
Either way it goes and however EA decides to release the demo of Madden, it should be known that this game is starting to pick up some steam and a lot of football fans’ hopes. The new addition of Connected Careers has brought some people to the point where they think EA finally ‘gets it’. This won’t be a part of the demo but you can hope and pray that it is worth your $60. On the other hand, there are a lot of people in the hardcore community that are already annoyed with many decisions about Madden 13 from the developer perspective. The primary issue revolves around the fact that the infinity engine is only going to effect tackles rather than every other facet of the game. Hopefully we can expect these improvements in Madden 14, but don’t hold your breath.