Madden sees himself as a platonic football, idealistic but not interested in ideals, and welcomes fans of all political persuasions and faiths. (In a sense, this is exactly a "no politics, just sports" movement, people shout "no politics, only sports" game. I was shocked to learn that EA Sports had plans to deal with Colin Kaepernick's protest against police brutality last year, apparently to keep the real-world conflict away from video games.
The following is a small series of new football William Hughes trying to learn about the Madden NFL's video game organization. Every other week, William digs out a different pattern from the latest iteration of the series, the Madden rugby league 18th, all in order to enjoy the first-class series and even the sport of football itself. This week: William tried to keep the time in the game in time, the madness of the ultimate team of chaos, and the game online multiplayer game of self-destruction test.