Stadia review: An excellent port of a lackluster soccer match
On the one hand, it's not a great game in the franchise and has hardly any upgrades or changes that make it stand out of recent decades. However, on the other hand, it is the first and only Madden game on Stadia and as a debut, it is actually quite robust with a really good foundation. It is not among the best Stadia games by any means, but for sport fans, it surely scratches an itch.
Therefore, if you would like to show EA that you are eager to possess Madden and other sports titles on Stadia, purchasing it is the very best method to do that. That said, it might also further promote the laziness that has become so prevalent with this franchise over the years. Bit of a toss-up either way.
I've been an avid player of video games ever since the Sega Genesis era. Super Tecmo Bowl on SNES is a all-time favorite, as are Joe Montana Football on the Genesis and NFL Quarterback Club on N64. Obviously NFL Blitz as well. Madden is the sole licensed NFL game these days, so I have adapted to settling for it despite actually preferring the fluidity of the 2K football games once I had a decision. This is to say that, in case you like the NFL, then you have no alternative besides Madden if you want something which attempts to simulate the real thing.