NCAA Football 14 unlocks the unpredictability and innovation of college football with the introduction of real-time physics and the new force impact system. Using the new Infinity Engine 2, NCAA Football 14 creates a fresh experience, and opens up opportunities for user-controlled stumble recoveries and hard cuts. A renewed focus on the college-style option game allows you to play true to your team with over 30 new option types, all optimized for a true college football experience.
At first glance, not much seems different with NCAA Football 14, but it's what's under the hood that counts. Based on appearance alone, you'd think EA was content with repackaging last year's version of the game; it's when you go hands-on with the latest college football game, though, that you really begin to appreciate the improvements that have been made. New to the game is the Infinity Engine 2, an upgrade to the physics engine that made its debut in Madden NFL 13. Players in NCAA Football 14 now move with the same realism as in Madden, with real weight and momentum; however, NCAA 14 expands on this engine and with the inclusion of the Force Impact System. Now all those little nuances – speed, weight, momentum, mass – are taken into account... Read Review