Rating NCAA Football 13 with a review roundup
With the release of NCAA Football 13 just one day away potential buyers will be looking for reviews to see if it’s worth them buying or not, and when it comes to rating this game there seem to be a review consensus that if you’re a fan of College Football then you’ll want this in your Xbox 360 and PS3 collection.
We already know that some of the changes to the game when compared to its predecessor is not going to be a huge leap, but just enough has been done to make this a worthwhile update to the series – much like the FIFA and PES franchises in that respect. On a positive note those changes that have been implemented will be great along with vast improvements to the engine. But what we like about this game is how it has chipped away and made vast improvements to just little areas of the game, but it’s once you add all these up that it become apparent how hard EA Tiburon has worked on NCAA Football 13.
IGN were not that impressed with the graphics as they only rated it a 7.5 out of 10, but they seemed slightly more positive in regards to presentation, sound and lasting appeal scoring these areas an 8 out of 10. They did give the gameplay an 8.5, which did help to give the game an overall score of 8, and while this isn’t as good as it could have been it’s still a great game.
Another review has also given NCAA Football 13 the same score, as they loved the new passing system, but they were less than impressed with the AI blocking. They also warn that this score could fall below 8 if there’s a repeat of last year’s issues with the online dynasty advance.
There’s no denying that when it comes to game reviews you can never take too much notice of just one or two reviews, because tastes and expectations vary from person to person, which is seen in this review here because they have scored NCAA Football 13 a 9.5 out of 10. The reason they say this is because they have reviewed the game based on the fact that you will be a College Football fan, but to suggest that it’s the best football game on any console is a bold claim, we’d love to know if you are a fan and agree with this claim.
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