Unlike previous Madden games, in Madden you will experience a story of a given character, while Madden 20 allows you to create your own character. Then you go through a career like a model.
Surprisingly, a career is like choosing video games. Where you can make a decision, for example, which university you want to attend. The college part is probably the most interesting part of the game because it has a story driven feel. The accuracy of contracts, marching bands and flags also helps to maintain immersion. You can buy MUT Coins in Madden 20.
Sadly, in your school life, there are only about two games to play in jerseys, stories, logos and stadiums. After that, after a certain time interval, you will enter the NFL playoffs immediately.
After joining the NFL League, the game will switch to a more prosaic professional mode. The difference is that your character itself has some established background stories. In addition, there are some mechanisms, such as fans and messages.
The NFL part of the game story model involves some drama. For example, especially with university competitors. In addition, it is mainly for emotional efforts.
Sometimes the score can be good. It's like a victory call in important decisions. Other times, it's just an over dramatic sequence of sadness, with over obvious sad piano notes. No exciting moment can really feel that excitement. I think if you are actually directly involved in football, you can make more connections. Or at least know a close person.
This character is not a blank mute. Thank God. They do have a certain character, not just the role of completing the dialogue for themselves. Understandably, it can eliminate some people's sense of immersion, but I think it's better.
Humor is OK.
It reminds me of a tacky summer sports movie. There's nothing unforgettable about Rolling Laughing material on the floor. But nothing is too boring or boring.
Most of the initial college playoff conversations were done through text chats. Expression ability is not very good, but can complete the work. After all, it's a sports simulation game, not an RPG. With milestones and goals, you can also put points into your character as you wish.