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The one thing that would make sports games a lot better

Being able to continue my career/dynasty over multiple games. As it stands if I play 6 seasons as LSU on NCAA 13 I have to start all over for NCAA 14.


ezride25
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
That would be cool. Also having the ability to use your career mode roster to play online would be the tits. I get sick of playing the same players of the same team over and over.


CBandits82
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
Competition from other companies, particularly Madden. The fact that they own the NFL License means they can do whatever they want and not worry because they have no one else to compete with. We all lose in this scenario. Competition drives ingenuity and better games. Madden is in a rut because it has no one to compete with.
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Chimlim
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
Yeah it would be awesome to use your dynasty team online. Have a separate room or something where you play against other players dynasty teams, but there would have to be a way to disable the online function if you have changed your players ratings.


ShoeBang
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
Taking my PG from The Hornets on NBA2k13 to the Pels on NBA2k14 would be a big deal to me. Takes a lot of time and effort to build those guys up. Just getting him where he is good and the new one comes out. Don't have time to play 5 games a day.


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BTHog
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
I was going to say loyalty rewards. I have bought every version of NCAAFB since 2004 on the PS2.

That should earn me some sort of loyalty bonus. Doesn't have to be anything super awesome , but just some sort of recognition.

One thing that I thought would be cool is if they tied your loyalty in with the stadium of your favorite team and the more loyalty points you had the bigger item you got like maybe a section named after you or the field, or a pavilion, all the way up to the whole stadium.



ezride25
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
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just some sort of recognition.


It'd be a "premium content uniform" or some shite.


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GalvoAg
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
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Competition from other companies, particularly Madden

Exactly and it sucks because NFL2k just started to get good.


Bestbank Tiger
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
I'd like to see a fantasy football league where you draft before the season, the players are rated based on actual performance during the year, and you play Madden after the season.

Of course, if the video game companies were smart they'd do roster updates each year and come out with a full fledged revision of the game every 3 years or so. Then they could charge for premium content like hosting the aforementioned fantasy leagues, having 11 on 11 online games, or access to classic venues (more for baseball than football).


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Brettesaurus Rex
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re: The one thing that would make sports games a lot better
Meh, I know that would interest some, but it doesn't bother me that much. So much changes from game to game that I think that would be difficult.


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