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Submitted by WillGJ 637d ago | review

Review: NCAA Football 14 | OnlySP

OnlySP: At the end of an 8 year console generation sports games have been making big strides in becoming more and more realistic, adding endless amounts of new features like new game modes, rpg elements and more. However, with the next-generation of gaming right around the corner, releasing another entry in a tired franchise at the end of the generation may have not been the best move and NCAA 14 shows it. (NCAA 14, PS3, Xbox 360) 7.5/10

Yehshuah  +   636d ago
first and only to comment xD
Yehshuah  +   636d ago
awesome! shows how much sporty geeks and nerd are on here.
WillGJ  +   636d ago
...Why'd you reply to your own post?

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