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NCAA Football 14 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
4.3 out of 5 stars 379 customer reviews
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  • Infinity Engine 2 - Experience real-time physics and the new Force Impact system as you feel every big hit, collision and tackle. More than 30 new option pitches and improved stiff-arm attempts that account for player's size and strength add to the authenticity and innovation.
  • Enhanced Running Game - Hard run cutting for direction changes and stop on a dime improvements add realism to the running game. Players can now recover from stumbles and fight for extra yards, hurdle over defenders or use the acceleration burst running mechanic to get to the edge.
  • Playbook #2: Presentation - NCAA Football 14 gets you closer to the action than ever before and tells the story of every game. Experience the drama of college football from a whole-new perspective.
  • Playbook #3: NCAA Football Ultimate Team - NCAA Football Ultimate Team brings the fan-favorite mode to the collegiate game, allowing you to build up an unstoppable team.
  • Playbook #4: Dynasty - There's no single path to success in college football, and NCAA Football 14 allows you to build your program into a powerhouse to fit your play style and strengths by utilizing the brand new Coach Skills.
  • Playbook #5 Play a Season - Focus purely on the on-field action and take your team to a bowl game. No off-field responsibilities, just keep winning and climbing the BCS rankings.
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Platform: Xbox 360

NCAA Football 14 unlocks the unpredictability and innovation of the college game. The new physics-driven animation system and a completely re-engineered spread and read option game influence the outcome of every moment allowing you to stay true to the game.

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Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B00AY1ALTU
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 9, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (379 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,032 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Coming off two very weak efforts EA Sports needed to reestablish the NCAA Football franchise as something other than an also-ran to Madden. What used to be an innovative series has been anything but in recent years - and when trying for new features they've failed miserably with the implementation and their assessment of what consumers truly desired out of the product.

While NCAA Football 14 doesn't break any new ground actual effort is immediately recognized in areas that have desperately needed it. The challenge from the CPU - which can now execute all manner of plays - along with the physics engine and incredibly responsive player control makes the game fun again.

Debuting in NCAA this year is the "Infinity" engine physics that were first found in Madden NFL 13. The physics have been refined limiting the number of goofy looking pileups and players tripping over one another. There is still some of that but they're more easily overlooked. The benefit to gameplay though far outweighs those occasional oddities. Each play feels much more dynamic and the outcomes appear far more realistic.

The CPU AI is one of the biggest advancements made with NCAA Football 14. The CPU runs a wide variety of plays well - ones that it had always failed at in the past - and operates more true to the styles of each individual school. I've been absolutely gashed on the ground by an up-tempo pro style running team and had trouble stopping a team that primarily ran the triple option. The CPU QB just makes much better decisions. Users are also able to utilize a number of plays that had never worked in the past and that really opens things up to more creativity and variety.

Blocking improvements drive the success seen in the running game.
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Look, by now you either know what NCAA Football and Madden are or you're probably not interested. They're football video games. This is more of that. If I hadn't lost last year's version in a move, I would have regretted this purchase.

In this version, EA crammed in four new features that I can think of, though I'm sure EA marketing can think of more:

1) Trading Cards

The trading cards are a dumb gimmick, but if you've ever wanted to collect electronic trading cards featuring former college athletes, well, I guess you might like them. It's part of a new mode featuring online and single-player games that let you build a custom team. If you say 'well isn't that kind of what Dynasty mode was already?' you'd be right.

2) RPG-Style Coach Skill Trees

This is my favorite new part of the series, but mostly because I think an RPG-Sports genre bender sounds amazing. You level up your coach and can follow a skill tree, choosing to be better at different aspects of your game. Not that deep, but at least novel.

3) New physics engine

For all the hype, their new physics engine is horrible. They tout 'bone-crunching tackles' and et cetera, but in reality what has changed is that you will regularly see players falling all over each other after a play is over and achieve never-before-experience levels of frustration as your dumb AI lineman trips up your HB more effectively than ever before.

4) A tutorial (finally)

Another definite positive. These games have long been inaccessible unless you already know everything about football, and their clear disregard for people who just want to learn the game was always baffling.
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Its another year of NCAA Football. I had the pleasure of getting to play this game since Friday with the EA Sports Season Ticket Package. This is my last year having EA season tickets since I'm not sure what system I will be playing NCAA on next year. Anyway let's talk about football....
This is it for current generation consoles. I don't see things getting much better for the NCAA franchise until the next generation systems really start to blossom. The gameplay is very similar to last years. This year there is more emphasize on smoother running animations than anything else. Juke moves look more natural than ever and spin moves still work to well. The graphics look the exact same as the last 2 years. Nothing improved at all. I managed to make it through 2 seasons of Road to Glory and 2 season of a Dynasty over the weekend and both modes feel the same as last year with a few dynasty mode changes... In Dynasty mode the recruiting is streamlined. Instead of making phone calls every week you simply allocate points to each player that carries over from week to week. No more talking to each player about special things your school is known for. Honestly I think it's almost too dumbed down. There is really nothing special to do. Allocate your points, offer a scholarship and simply play the season. The recruit visits are a little different this year in you can get more bonus points for your recruits if you do certain things during the game. For example you have a WR visiting your school week 11 and he wants you to throw for more than 250 yards in the game. IF you do he gets bonus points. Nothing special but it adds a little different challenge to those games.
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