Published on May 9th, 2009 | by The Bad Man11
New Features announced for NCAA Football 10
A few major announcements were made as to the new features to be highlighted in NCAA Football 10 for the XBox360 and PS3 versions on
As in previous years, each platform will have a different cover athlete; XBox360 – Micheal Crabtree (Texas A&M WR), PS3 – Brian Johnson (Utah QB), PS2 – Brian Orakpo (Texas LB), and PSP – Mark Sanchez (USC QB). The Wii cover will still have an arrangement of mascots.
College football is about school pride, and in NCAA Football 10 the all-new Season Showdown mode. In this mode, fans claim loyalty to a school and every game, (online, head to head, or single player) accumulates credits. Players can also get credits by playing new web-based games. The credits are tallied in a nationwide competition to see which school has the most support.
Another new feature available this year is an online create-a-school mode called Team Builder. In this mode, similar to previous year’s create-a-school mode, players will be able to create their own school, team colors, uniforms, stadiums, etc, with surprising detail. Everything from whether or not you want names on the jerseys to what kind of stripes you want on your helmets. There will be several NCAA FCS (Football Championship Subdivision or Div 1-AA) logos that will allow players to create those teams and have them play with the big boys, but if those logos aren’t enough, you can upload your own logo to use. One major thing that separates Team Builder from other create-a-school modes is the fact that this entire thing works online, meaning you don’t need the game, or a console for that matter to create your own school. You can create as many as you want and even browse other people’s schools for their designs. Once created, the schools can also be downloaded onto your console and used in your dynasty, season, exhibition games.