NCAA Football 12
Released July, 2011
The Pros:Better ESPN presentation integration - makes it like you're watching the game unfold live on TV. Energetic, well implemented commentary. Team entrances are customized - include traditions to enhance the realism and spirit of the game.
The Cons:Nothing as impressive as NCAA Football 11 - not essential for non-diehards. Gameplay is largely unchanged from 11.
NCAA Football 12 is the twelfth installment in the fifteenth installment in the NCAA Football series. It was released in summer 2011 for the Playstation 2, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, iDevice, and Microsoft Windows gaming consoles and operating systems.
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It improves from its predecessor, NCAA Football 11 (2011) with noticeable visual upgrades to nearly every element of the game. The first upgrade was to the lighting system, which was pumped up to High Dynamic Rendering (HDR), which allows the game to maintain a stark contrast without sacrificing the intricate details that add to realism. This especially makes a difference while playing in exceedingly large stadiums that are covered in shadows, in that the game doesn’t have to raise brightness anymore to alleviate these shadows. Also added are realistic-looking dreadlocks on the places, a much more detailed crown, and fully three-dimensional (3D) particles such as grass and rain. Overall, the game looks much more photographic than its predecessors, which still suffered from a serious grain of cartoonishness.
- NCAA Football Series
- Playstation 2 Gaming Console
- Playstation 3 Gaming Console
- Xbox 360 Gaming Console
- iDevices (iPhones, iPads)
- Microsoft Windows PCs
- Improved Lighting System
- High Dynamic Rendering
- Realistic Effects
- Photographic Particles
- Full 3D Environment
User Reviews (1)
better ESPN presentation integration - makes it like you're watching the game unfold live on TV
energetic, well implemented commentary
team entrances are customized - include traditions to enhance the realism and spirit of the game
new collision system for more realistic tackles
Dynasty mode now includes new tweaks, Coaching Carousel, realistically only coaching offense or defense, contracts with goals
Road to Glory mode overhaul - take a single player and go from a nobody to a star through your career, get more personal choice as you progress and make a name for youself
nothing as impressive as NCAA Football 11 - not essential for non-diehards
gameplay is largely unchanged from 11
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