Excerpt: Will it be Marcus Allen sprinting past would-be tacklers? How about Andre Ware throwing tight spirals across the field to every receiver possible? Or Desmond Howard changing games singlehandedly with spirited punt returns and amazing catches?
Pros: Variety of Heisman Challenge, Much, much better passing, By far the best recruiting ever
Cons: Heisman too easy with RBs, Timid wide receivers, Players glide right through refs
Excerpt: The NCAA Football franchise has always been a shining example of how yearly iterations of sports games works and works well. One of the top reasons why this was the case was its consistency in innovation. But, as you will notice, the past tense was used here.
Conclusion: There is no denying that NCAA Football 13 is a small step forward for the franchise, especially in comparison to the past few years. However where NCAA Football 13 continues to succeed is in bringing the action we love on Saturdays to life.
NCAA Football 13 is a fun experience that’s still too raw to turn pro (review)
13 July 2012
Conclusion: NCAA Football has always struggled to find its own place on the pigskin pecking order. While EA Sports has continued its quantity-over-quality approach with this latest entry, the title still provides a solid college football experience.
Pros: Don’t feel like controlling the action on the field? Grab a virtual clipboard and coach your team to victory. You can even take your play online with connected features like Online Dynasty or the Team Builder, where you can meticulously re-create your high school or Division III squad for head-to...
Cons: This has always been the case with the two franchises. Madden has consistently received new advancements before its overlooked sibling. So, college football fans are stuck playing a 13-named title with 12-based technology. What we do get are a few studio-update segments with host Rece Davis. Wher...
Excerpt: For the past few years I have been lucky enough to play, and ultimately review, EA Sports NCAA Football game. Throughout these years I have seen the franchise make some steady gains and with each new release the development team at Tiburon somehow keep upping the ante.