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GamesRadar - NCAA Football 14 preview - Hands-on the new physics engine

GamesRadar - Step onto the football field with the bright stadium lights shining in your face, the crowd cheering your name, and the opposing team's linebackers calling for your head. In NCAA Football 14, the developers at EA Sports are pushing the envelope of getting the realistic feel of playing in a college game by making improvements to Madden 13's physics engine, the Infinity Engine 2. We took a look at the upcoming title's new features and got to see just how real the next NCAA Football title feels. (NCAA football 14, PS3, Xbox 360)

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