Submitted by Jetstreame 1007d ago | opinion piece

Madden vs. NCAA

Why should you buy one football game over another? We go into a little more detail. (3DS, Madden 13, Madden 25, NCAA 13, Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PS4, Wii, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

mi_titan27  +   1007d ago
i agree....even though i lost interest about 4 yrs. ago in any sports game. we really need a game changer! hopefully NEXTGEN PS4 please give us a college football game i cant refuse.
wiggles  +   1007d ago
NCAA is easily better then Madden. I always feel so connected to my custom school. Replacing a Sun Belt team and being invited to the ACC, was amazing. Not to mention the first time you break the top 25.

I bought Madden because I thought it would be fun to see my players go to the next level, but I really didn't care about my franchise, and it just seemed so boring.

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