Several members of the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants received ratings boosts in the final Madden NFL 12 roster update.
Notable movers on the positive side include Justin Tuck (up 2 points to 96 overall) and Kenny Phillips (up 3 points to 88 overall).
The full list of updated player ratings can be viewed here. The update is expected to be available for download sometime this week.
EA Sports has released the week 3 roster update for Madden NFL 12.
Over 300 player rating updates and transactions were made, the most notable being Oakland Raiders WR Denarius Moore receiving a nine point boost this week (now 73 overall) for his performance last week against the Buffalo Bills.
Dallas Cowboys LB DeMarcus Ware also received the sacred ratings bump to 99 overall thanks to his overall performance so far this year.
A complete list of all the changes made can be viewed here.
The Madden series has been given its fair share of praise and criticism over the years and this year is no different with the release of Madden NFL 12.
With an all new collision system, presentation enhancements, a revamped offline Franchise mode and custom playbooks, EA Sports hopes to silence the critics who claim the series has grown stale.
Does Madden NFL 12 live up to its “True to the Game” slogan? Watch the latest SGS episode to find out.
Chris Snee (96) and Justin Tuck (94) rank highest in these Madden NFL 12 player ratings for my beloved New York Giants.
Rookie Prince Amukamara is one of five defensive backs with a rating of at least 81, while the linebacking corps has no one higher than 80 (Michael Boley).
Eli Manning comes in at 87, and Ahmad Bradshaw leads the running backs at 85.
The Madden NFL 12 demo is now out for the Xbox 360 and is expected to be available for the PS3 later this afternoon.
The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears are the two playable teams in the demo, which allows users to play a full game with five minute quarters at any difficulty level.
I’ll be posting a new SGS episode with my thoughts on the demo later this week.