Madden Games Could Be Coming to the Nintendo Alter

Madden Games Could Be Coming to the Nintendo Alter

The winner of this year's Madden NFL 21 Super Bowl simulation is the Kansas City Chiefs, who defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Madden 21 coins Tom Brady with a score of 37-27. Unfortunately, EA didn't provide much concerning a statistical breakdown or play by play for this year's simulation. Everything it did share is that the Buccaneers take an early 13-7 lead, but that the Kansas City Chiefs go up 14-13 by half-time. The second half certainly sees both groups' crime then eliminate.

With six minutes left in the fourth quarter, Madden NFL 21 sees the game tied at 27. It's here where the Super Bowl summary from EA does not quite provide a complete story for what happens. There's a red zone jog by Mahomes that provides a touchdown for the Chiefs, in the very least. Where the Chiefs' field goal comes into play and the defensive stops which keep the Buccanneers from scoring are abandoned to fans' imaginations. Suffice to say, those last six minutes really much go at the Chiefs' favor.

While Madden NFL was a mainstay on Nintendo platforms, the show has been absent from its consoles for nearly a decade. As per a recent project listing at EA, however, that may finally be changing.

EA's long-running soccer simulation series continues to buy mut coins madden 21 sell well, despite obvious criticism from what seems like a majority of its participant base. The franchise's latest iteration, Madden NFL 21, drew heavy complaints from gamers, giving the game an egregiously low score on Metacritic. The title's glitched physics, many gameplay bugs and a general perceived lack of polish at start led it to be listed as one of the most disappointing games of 2020, together with fans at one point getting the hashtag NFLDropEA to trend on Twitter.