- Madden NFL 11
- Madden 2011
- Sub Genre:
- American Football
- Release Date (US):
- August 10th, 2010
- Release Date (UK):
- August 10th, 2010
- Online Players:
- Electronic Arts
- E [Everyone]
- PSU Rank:
- 0 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 0 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also available on PS2, PSP, Xbox 360, Wii and iPhone;
About Madden NFL 11
Get on the bus for the 2011 edition of the defining sports videogame franchise.
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Madden's back with the best football experience in years. Casual fans will love the simpler, quicker games, while hardcore fanatics will have plenty to sink their teeth into with Ultimate Team and Online Franchise.
- The faster gameplay through GameFlow
- The depth for you and friends in Ultimate Team
- Easier and less complex controls make Madden fun for everyone
- Reoccurring graphic glitches
- Commentary needs more punch
- Lag can make online miserable
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Madden NFL 11 News
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Electronic Arts is feeling pretty confident about its sales figures for August. The company announced today that according to internal sales figures, Madden NFL 11 is the top selling game in North America for August. In addition, EA projects an increase in sales of five percent year-over-year across...
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