If you’re a Madden fan, you’ll be happy to know that “all the features and modes have made their way to Nintendo’s next-gen console.” GT takes an in-depth look at this title, set for release on November 19th. Video after the jump.

At the core of this dramatic new control method is EA’s self-coined “FreeMotion” mechanic, which simply refers to the way players make gestures with the free-hand style remote to manipulate the players on the field. EA uses both the Wii-mote and the nunchuk attachment to execute the variety of moves at athletes’ disposals and the controls themselves are relatively simple

[via IGN]

If you’re a Madden fan, you’ll be happy to know that “all the features and modes have made their way to Nintendo’s next-gen console.” GT takes an in-depth look at this title, set for release on November 19th. Video after the jump.

At the core of this dramatic new control method is EA’s self-coined “FreeMotion” mechanic, which simply refers to the way players make gestures with the free-hand style remote to manipulate the players on the field. EA uses both the Wii-mote and the nunchuk attachment to execute the variety of moves at athletes’ disposals and the controls themselves are relatively simple

[via IGN]