"Our No. 1 goal is creating the most real NFL experience that we could, and also to some degree we are okay with Lamar Jackson being, as a gamer would call'a glitch.' We're OK with this on some level because that is what he is doing on Sunday," Oldenburg said. "And that's what we're attempting to reflect. But we must make sure there's proper checks and balances in place so the shield can do things to at least limit his productivity." Jackson has remarked briefly about his Madden evaluation, but although he's improved a bunch, he is still not delighted. After he was announced as the fastest quarterback ever in Madden, he said that his rating"still is reduced" with a straight face.
Unfortunately for Jackson, Oldenburg doesn't see the quarterback's speed increasing any more. "I'd think unlikely, but definitely not hopeless," Oldenburg told Sporting News about a speed shift. "And the only reason I say that's 96 rate is ungodly quickly for a quarterback, and it begins to become an area where he could unbalance the game, quite similar to that which we saw with Michael Vick in'04. There were things over the years after'04 that the gameplay team had to develop essentially centered around balancing and countering Michael Vick to make the game honest. So if he gets up to 97, 98, 99 that I think that it's a whole lot more difficult to do that."
Talking of Vick, the retired quarterback jokingly advised that the official Ravens website he is upset about becoming dethroned as the speediest virtual quarterback in history. "The Madden rating is most likely the only thing I am slightly hot about," Vick said. "He's going to break my (single-season QB racing ) album, and he's carrying my Madden record, too? Man, can't we both have the same speed?" So how can the Madden programmers try to combat Jackson's use? For starters, they've introduced X-Factor this season, which provides players special abilities. An X-Factor participant is somebody who truly stands out from otherwise ordinary players around the field.
Madden developers have used special X-Factors to entice users and stationary quarterbacks such as Drew Brees and Tom Brady to play. But in the end of the day, players can choose what they like to play with the ideal. "Typically our players enjoy playing mobile quarterbacks more than pocket quarterbacks, and even this season we kind of made an attempt to make X-Factor abilities a bit more powerful for pocket quarterbacks to see if we could balance out that," Oldenburg said. "And it's balanced out to a level, but it is simply more fun to run around and make plays with a mobile quarterback and that's why I believe our players gravitate to that "
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