NCAA Football 10 Strategy Additions

Posted May 29th, 2009 at 1:07 pm


While this week’s blog for NCAA Football 10 is titled Season Showdown Strategy it thankfully has little to do with the Season Showdown mode and concentrates on the new strategy based additions to the game. Those include gameplanning, setup plays, and defensive keys. These are all areas that users will adjust or utilize each game providing more options and ways to attack an opponent. You can check out the full posting here.

With NCAA Football 10 strategy takes on a huge role with three new gameplay features that put the emphasis on out thinking your opponent instead of just out maneuvering him on the sticks. By gameplanning, setting up plays, and keying in on what you think the offense will be running you can affect the outcome of the game just based on your coaching decisions.

At the NY event Ben Haumiller ran through these different areas with me and they all have value. I especially like the setup plays as a user-controlled aspect and the gameplanning as it directs the CPU players on your team to play to a particular style. The defensive keys will especially come in handy when facing another user who has shown tendencies.