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[Gaming] Sports gaming

MRPIKE83 · 253

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Offline MRPIKE83

Reply #1 on: Fri Oct 21, 2016 - 17:20:58
Sports fans, I've recently started playing Madden football and I like the game play so far.  I will say that some of dynamics of those are little on the funky side.  Example; if you're playing on the defensive side and you do a power hit, sometimes you will injure your own player and the guy on offense just keeps going all the way to the endzone, but if I'm on offense and get hit like that my guy gets stopped dead in his tracks and is injured, drops the ball, or both.  It may just be me but i find it kind of weird.  I also don't like the fact that they have taken away the sprint button, i think they should bring that back.

I was just wondering what kind of sports games you guys and gals enjoy playing or maybe even watching?

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