Barry Sanders is the cover athlete for the 25th edition of the only football game that's ever really mattered. Some of the new game features include:
A new career mode that lets you play as the owner of the franchise to take control of every aspect of the team's performance including stadium upgrades, answering media questions, and even moving your team to a different city.
Plus, the fan-requested return of being able to change player positions during the offseason, which lets you do things like moving Tim Tebow to tight end.
Also, the new ability to manage your Fantasy Football team directly from inside the "Madden 25" menu, with almost all the same tools and info you'd have on NFL.com.
You also get the ability to upload and share custom rosters and playbooks with other users.
There's more than 60 new celebration animations, including Colin Kaepernick's bicep kiss, Antonio Smith's sword fighting, J.J. Watt's finger wag, and both Clay Matthews' predator and dirty dancing celebrations. Check out the full list of moves here.
Check out the new game engine tracks all players simultaneously to predict collisions for more realistic impacts, and introduces 30 new moves that ball carriers can combo together.
You can also use your Kinect to call out plays and they've revamped the audible system from five preset audibles to different sets for each formation in your custom playbook.