I just finished my season with the Packers. I went 19-0 while playing on All Pro. I'll give the Super Bowl another try on All Madden at some point here. I hadn't thought about it until someone asked, but the weather does not appear to change. I played at home in December (Green Bay) and it looked the same as always. The neat thing was I played the Bears in the NFC Championship game and then the Steelers in the Super Bowl just like the real Packers. The Super Bowl itself was disappointing in the sense that they didn't even seem to acknowledge that it was the Super Bowl. It was just like any other game, which I can't say surprised me given how little attention to detail this game has.
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For me, weather effects is a must have for football games. Unless the football game is in a dome, there should always be a chance for bad weather. It's what football is all about. For some reason, EA acts like it is such a huge chore to put it in their games. Football games ever since the Super Nintendo days have had weather effects as a standard feature. It's driving me bananas.
On a positive note, the music in this game is stellar. I wish I could find out a full song list for it. So far I've heard Crazy Train, Rock and Roll All Night (sounds like a cover band though), and two other songs I recognize but can't place.
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Final Fantasy2389 posted... On a positive note, the music in this game is stellar. I wish I could find out a full song list for it. So far I've heard Crazy Train, Rock and Roll All Night (sounds like a cover band though), and two other songs I recognize but can't place.
Also there's AC/DC's "Thunderstruck". +1 for that.
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