I discovered the website of the writers of this guide before last years game. The site was good so I got the book last year, and it was good. This is more of the same. Gibs and Farls are the best in the buisness, and are accessible via twitter if you need help with anything. (@sgibs7 or @maddenbible) If you need to know something about the guide or the game they are very helpful.
Gibs and Farls have done it again...You can tell the effort that was put into this guide...It's very well thought out and organized...I'd recommend this for beginners to experts and everyone in between...There any many helpful tips and hints through out this guide that anyone can implement into their gameplay, whether they are playing online or in a dynasty, it all applies.
Hey gamerz if you want to take your NCAA 13 game to the next level you need to get this guide, it has great instructions on how to improve your passing game plus a whole lot more. They have broken down each playbook, and given you the top 5 tips for success for every position, but don't let me be the only one reaping the benefits from get one today and see for yourself how it can change your game from average to MVP like.
This player guide is a great tool to have if you are a fan of NCAA Football 13. My favorite part is the top 5 lists that qyickly give you the info you need from the biggest mistakes you are making to the best formations to use on offense. This guide has helped me retool my roster to be more effective as well as help me modify the playbook for my Tennessee Vols to make their offense that much better. I would highly recomend this guide to any player of the NCAA Football series. There is a ton of info to help improve your game on both sides of the ball.
I've been buying the guide since 2010 edition, and I have to say this edition was very disappointing. Much of the guide is filler, such as putting two teams basic letter ratings in large block type on a single page, thereby taking up a large portion of the middle of the book that could have been better served with more information (maybe something I couldn't get simply by looking at my team in the game?). There is much less concentration on strategy than in previous versions. I think I can say for the first time that the guide brought little new information to the table. If you're looking for more basic info, like which defenders to key on when running the option, you'd be better served picking up a used ncaa 11 or 12 guide. This makes me wonder whether I should purchase the madden guide 13