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  • NCAA Football 14 Giveaway #2
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    Posted June 26th, 2013 at 11:15 am 220 Comments »
    The semi-regular site giveaways continue with another opportunity to win a 360 or PS3 copy of NCAA Football 14! This is the second of two planned giveaways for the game before its release on July 9 and others will come down the line for Madden NFL 25, FIFA 14, and NBA 2K14. *This post has been bumped to give those who may have missed it an opportunity to get entries in before the drawing! There are several ways to qualify and each one counts for entries so the more you complete the more c...
  • NCAA Football 14 Demo Proves Successful
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    Posted June 24th, 2013 at 5:30 pm 15 Comments »
    Based on the results of the poll posted last week the demo for NCAA Football 14 has proven valuable for consumers who may have been on the fence about a purchase and beneficial for EA Sports in creating some encouraging word-of-mouth in the weeks leading up to release. A full 50% of the over 4300 respondents cast their vote in the "Encouraged - More likely to buy" column. That is a huge percentage for a poll of this nature. On the flip side the "Less likely to buy" choice was limited to o...
  • Hearing Held to Determine Class Action Certification in Player Likeness Lawsuit
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    Posted June 22nd, 2013 at 12:30 pm 13 Comments »
    On Thursday judge Claudia Wilken heard arguments from both sides in the player likeness lawsuit that threatens the future operations of the NCAA, CLC, and Electronic Arts. A ruling is not expected for some time - it could be a matter of weeks or even months.  (more…)...
  • TeamBuilder Update for NCAA Football 14 Has Gone Live
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    Posted June 21st, 2013 at 9:30 am 13 Comments »
    The new version of TeamBuilder has launched for NCAA Football 14. Unfortunately it contains no new features but it does provide an opportunity to start creating teams - and those crafted in prior years continue to carry over - and examine all the team rosters and complete player ratings. This is the fourth straight year then that TeamBuilder has gone largely untouched by EA Sports. Since debuting in NCAA Football 10 the only things updated each year have been the stadium renovations, fiel...
  • Your Thoughts on the NCAA Football 14 Demo
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    Posted June 20th, 2013 at 10:30 am 35 Comments »
    The NCAA Football 14 demo released on Tuesday and for the most part reaction has been fairly positive. A notably weak marketing campaign for the game may have actually resulted in those who follow developments intently finding themselves pleasantly surprised by the impact of various enhancements and additions made this year. The new Coordinator camera angle seems to be a big hit as well. Whether it's enough after a few years of disappointing efforts is the question. Vote in the poll below...
  • Learning About NCAA Football 14 Through CPU vs CPU Gameplay
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    Posted June 19th, 2013 at 11:00 am 35 Comments »
    There is probably no better way to discover how the CPU plays in a sports game than letting two AI controlled teams go head-to-head and thus avoiding any user influence. Doing so obviously does not provide much insight into how a game will perform in a head-to-head pairing but instead is useful for learning where there may be holes in the AI primarily relating to single player. The first game that was set up and recorded was a fantastic example of the value that comes with examining a CPU...
  • NCAA Football 14 Demo Now Available
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    Posted June 18th, 2013 at 11:00 am 32 Comments »
    The demo for NCAA Football 14 is now available on the Xbox 360 and has also since arrived on the PS3. It comes in at 1.89 GB and can be queued up for download on the 360 here. The demo includes three different match-ups: Virginia Tech vs Alabama (neutral site as the Chick-fil-A Kickoff), Ohio State @ Michigan, and Oregon @ Texas A&M. Quarters are three minutes long with adjustable settings including difficulty and camera angles. The Nike Skills Trainer is also included acting as a tu...
  • NCAA Football 14 Season Mode Introduced
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    Posted June 17th, 2013 at 6:45 pm 23 Comments »
    EA Sports today for the first time publicly discussed Season mode in NCAA Football 14 via developer blog posting. It's no wonder the news comes just hours before the demo release and the week after E3 given there isn't a whole lot to say about it. As anyone would expect the mode strips out all the management necessities that make up Dynasty mode. Rather than needing to assign tasks to the CPU and have them simmed they'll just be completely absent from the picture with the only focus being...
  • Collection of Videos from Around E3 2013
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    Posted June 14th, 2013 at 1:30 pm 17 Comments »
    Though EA waffled on allowing video at their booth throughout E3 a number of looks at the various current-gen games made their way out. Here are the off-screen gameplay videos for Madden NFL 25, FIFA 14, NCAA Football 14, and also a couple that trickled out for PES 2014 along with a few glimpses at next-gen Madden and FIFA. (more…)...
  • NCAA Football 14 Demo Coming Next Tuesday
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    Posted June 13th, 2013 at 11:45 am 12 Comments »
    The demo for NCAA Football 14 is set to release on June 18 for both the Xbox 360 and PS3. No details besides the date have been provided so the structure of the demo and teams included remain unknown for the time being. The demos for recent iterations in the series have included multiple match-ups (last year six teams involved) along with the ability to unlock Nike Pro Combat jerseys for use in the retail version. The Hesiman Challenge was also featured last year and with a big focus for ...
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