Madden NFL 11 Trophy Guide. Difficulty: ** An American football game and the 22nd title in the Madden NFL series. Despite one or two frustrating trophies, the lack of online trophies makes this Platinum doable for average players, and easier for those with Madden NFL experience.
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Madden NFL 11
Madden NFL 11 is an American football game licensed by the National Football League, and the 22nd installment in the Madden NFL series. New features include a new play-calling system called GameFlow which allows players to create situational game plans, and Online Team Play that enables three-versus-three cooperative gameplay, as well as improvements to lighting, run blocking alterations, and the locomotion animation system.
Madden NFL 11 received positive reviews, with an average score of 84%, praised for its change of pace, focus towards casual players, graphics and presentation, and overall fun.
Surprisingly, Madden NFL 11 has no online trophies. Also, with the exception of the Madden Moments trophy, which can be a little frustrating at times, the majority of the trophies are quite easy to unlock. This is a low 2-star difficulty for most players, and will be even easier for those with experience playing the Madden NFL series.
Expect roughly around 10-15 hours of gameplay, depending on your experience, skills, and strategy.
NOTE: Having 2 controllers will greatly decrease the difficulty on your road to the Platinum.
If you're in a rush for that platinum, or you simply wish to make things easier, we recommend beginning by changing the stats. Under My Settings, then Penalties, you can bring the slider down to zero, then the same under Player Skill, and CPU Skill. Also, depending on which trophy you're going after, you can always adjust the player's skills statistics by heading into NFL Rosters, then Player Management.
Next, if you head into the Game Planning Menu, you can create a game plan and knock out the Master Strategist trophy.
Then, start up a Franchise and play through the season. Be sure to check out the trophy guides in our Links page to see some of their requirements that will allow you to unlock some of them along the way. Once you reach the end of the season, play the Pro Bowl in order to obtain the Thanks For Coming trophy.
Hopefully by now, if you were previously an inexperienced Madden NFL series player, you should have enough skills and handle on the controls to start working on the Madden Moments trophy. This will be the most frustrating and time consuming in the game, but is still very doable. You'll need to complete 46 out of 49 moments for the trophy. If you're having trouble, check out the Madden Moments guides under our Links tab.
Finally, start up a new game, using two controllers if you have them, and mop-up the remaining trophy. Again, check out the trophy guides in our Links page to see what you still need and their requirements.
Savenger has a great Trophy Guide here:
And a great Trophy Guide by DaveyHasselhoff:
And Superunknown9281 has a useful Trophy Guide here:
An Acheivement Guide (same as the trophies on PS3) by bLaKgRaVy:
Here's a Madden Moments Guide, created by Savenger:
And a Draft Guide by lotusfather:
Lastly, here's a basic Trophy List: