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  • mut coins madden 21 is a Small disappointment that feels like it's holding something back: inspection

    There's nothing inherently wrong with Madden NFL 21. EA's yearly football video game presents a new mode, and it includes upgraded rosters. And it is built upon the legacy of past year's match, one of my preferred Maddens of recent memory.

    Thing is, it doesn't really add considerably to last year's game. In fact, besides this new mode, those updated rosters, and what numbers to some on-field tuning tweaks (which really could have been an easy update to Madden NFL 20), it barely brings anything new to the table. Madden NFL 21 doesn't do anything wrong -- but it surely does not do anything truly new, either.

    It's a issue, and one that just might have you performing a double-take at dropping $59.99 for the title instead of simply saving to get a next-gen console. There's nothing wrong with Madden NFL 21, per se, however, unlike its cover athlete, Ravens stud Lamar Jackson, there simply is not anything special here .

    There is a fresh Be-a-Player mode, using a lead voiced by Tye Sheridan (Cyclops from the recent series of X-films), and it's solid. And on-field gameplay maintains last year's X-factors and cheap Mut 21 coins Superstar abilities, which finally made the NFL's finest players stand out a bit from, say, Bo Scarborough.