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Submitted by discordman 264d ago | review

NCAA Football 14 Review [Capsule Computers]

Dustin Spencer from Capsule Computers writes: "Each and every year, EA release the next best for the long-running NCAA franchise. The brand has done well to represent college football, but with aging hardware and features that typically run behind its Madden kin, the age old franchise is starting to show signs of rust. This year, NCAA Football 14 introduces some brand new aspects to the game, with the Infinity Engine 2 headlining the experience. Does this entry end out a generation with a bang, or is this yet another step in the middle for a brand that is still trying to define itself?" (NCAA 14, Xbox 360) 8/10

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