NCAA Football 13 Review

Posted on July 13, 2012. Filed under: Football, NCAA Sports, Sports Business | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

EASports presents NCAA Football 13…

July 2012

EA SPORTS NCAA Football 13 is now available in North American retail stores. For the first time ever, fans can experience the thrill of playing with some of college football’s greatest athletes in the new Heisman® Challenge mode.

Even though the temps are in the high 90’s across the United States… it’s time for some football. EASports have just released NCAA Football 13.

Considering last years’ version was how what could that possibly do to improve this release because I’m a firm believer in “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it…”

Well, they shook things up right away…

The first thing you’ll notice is the gameplay. The quarterback has some new step-off animations – 20, in fact – that make passing feel a little more fluid. There’s also indicators to let you know how your receivers are positioned, though I felt there were instances where the defense reads them just a little too closely. (Thankfully, the “blind swats” that were such a pain in previous versions are gone – the defender now has to see the ball to take a shot at it.) The running game shows some signs of improvement as well, with better read-outs of hot routes and the ability to change it on the fly if you deem it necessary.

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