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Submitted by JonahFalcon 1032d ago | podcast

Riding the Pines – NCAA Football 13 Interview with Ben Haumiller (Part 1)

The Riding the Pines podcast features the first part of their two part interview with NCAA Football 13's Ben Haumiller.

In the podcast, they discuss:

* The limits and benefits of a perpetual development model for making a game like NCAA Football
* Adjustments and additions to the Road to Glory Mode
* How they have dealt with the online dynasty upload issues
* Enhancements to the online dynasty mode
* Is there a future where NCAA Football and Madden may be working on the same engine with the same features at the same time?
* The new 'Read and React' defense
* Passing game changes
* How the Heisman Challenge athletes were chosen (Dev, Industry, NCAA Football 13, PS3, Xbox 360)

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