Madden NFL 23 was set up to potentially fail after last year's edition. The shift to the Frostbite edition, the addition of a brand new story mode, and a host of improvements across Franchise and MUT set a very high bar for Madden 23 to try and clear. It would not have been shocking if this year's iteration looked lazy compared to all of that. While Madden 23 doesn't exceed Madden 23 in terms of being a game changer, it does feature plenty of improvements and tweaks that make it a worthwhile upgrade.
Let's address the elephant in the room first: Longshot. Last year I commented on how much of a risk Longshot was, and despite how corny it was, I secretly enjoyed it. I had reservations though on whether the act would wear thin in a second season. It's certainly not revolutionary for the series anymore, but I did still quite enjoy most of the second season of Longshot.
Unlike season 1 which centered around Devin Wade's journey through a reality show and eventually, NFL Draft Day, Colt Cruise steals the show in season 2. Cruise does almost all of the emotional heavy lifting this time around, and outside of the relationship between Wade and his new QB coach in Dallas, Wade is devoid of any personality, and his story is entirely forgettable.
Honestly though, it's OK because Cruise's is far more interesting than anything in season 1 or 2. Cruise is incredibly endearing, likable, and it was interesting to see how his relationship between his deadbeat father, his newly discovered half-sister (plus her hearing-impaired star QB boyfriend), his old high school coach, and friends would play out. Was it clichèd again? Oh for sure, 100 percent.
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