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my only problem with the game is Denard on the cover.
No. It's going to be the same game. I'll just wait for the PlayStation 4 version to come out.
Yea, I'm afraid this years game will not be improved much
No. But I will cave.
I haven't bought a video game in years. Especially NCAA. Did they actually change something this year besides just updating rosters?
Have they ever?
It's been the same gameplay since like '08.
I bought 13 for some reason like a dumbass and played like twice. Never again.
You're still going to buy it, as will I
It's tradition and an addiction, EA has me sucked in for life lol
This post was edited by ifinnen 12 months ago
I bought 13 and the piece of shit always froze, so I broke it in pieces and won't ever buy another one
My favorite feature of '13 is when your players go slow-mo while your opponent is at full speed. Its fun watching your cbs get beat and your rb tackled in the backfield.
Knew it, yeah the disc didn't make it freeze it's the inferior system you bought.
I would appreciate it if you brought me the new PS4
You should have saved your dolla dolla bills y'all
I know you get it everone will who say they won't.
Y'all crazy 2013 was ten times better than 2012 I still play
Haha...I probably will
This is the 1 game I will buy every year even though it disappoints me every year.
I swear english is not the OP's original language.
As for the game, they took the physics engine from last year's Madden and have been working on it for a year. So now you get natural body reactions on tackles and blocks without people running into each other and tripping over each other between plays. They also are putting the sprint button back so you can just to sprint whenever you ant instead of the cpu doing it for you. They also say that you will be able to cut at angles now instead of having to make big looping turns to get outside the pocket. I'll have to wait and see on that one. They also say they made some changes to recruiting, the only one they went into detail about is early commits. Now kids don't just shut down their recruitment when they commit so people will be able to flip your kids.
Of course I'm getting it.
I enjoyed madden 13 this year with the added real time physics much more than ncaa 13. So now that their implementing it into ncaa I think it'll be alot better. Ofc there will be some bs as usual but there always will be no matter what.
damn near pre'd when they played seven nation army over the picture of a neutral site game
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I haven't gotten a new NCAA game since '10, so I'll probably get this one just because Denard's on the cover and this way I don't have to buy another one until 2016 or so.
I'm waiting til operation sports finishes their first set of rosters before I buy it. And also that way I can figure out if they put draft classes back in..which will be the true deciding factor for me. If not then I wait til its like 20 bucks or I just get gamefly again
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