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What Choices Are There – NCAA Football 2010

Exciting, authentic and realistic – that is how you describe the all-new NCAA Football Console Game for 2010. Electronics Arts, Inc. (EA) will be ready to release NCAA Football 2010 on July 14.

NCAA Football 2010 has become very close to reality in terms of graphics and audio. You can actually hear the fans screaming out for their favorite teams. There are even more options especially when a gamer chooses a college football team from teams that are equally strong. The college atmosphere is realistically simulated as the college colors, mascots and cheerleaders fill the stadiums. It has been completed by the makers with waving flags and camera flashes especially during exciting actions.

EA Sports has already declared the game consoles that will offer one of the longest running college football video game. Once it hits the stores on the 14th of July, NCAA Football 2010 will be expected to be played with game consoles such as the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Play Station 2 and Play Station Portable.

Nintendo Wii, however, shall not be one of the game consoles to represent the game possibly due to poor sales last year. But according to GameSpot, the release of the NCAA Football 2010 franchise for Nintendo Wii is still being evaluated. CEO John Riccitiello contradicted with a statement that the game console Wii will also include Madden NFL, NBA Live, FIFA and Tiger Woods under the All-Play tag in order to make it more of a family-friendly gaming system.

What is not so good with this idea is that many players who have tried the Wii version commented that the game under the All-Play label is too basic, removing the element of realism and authenticity in the game, features offered by the other game consoles. Enthusiasts still want NCAA Football 2010 to come out in the game console Nintendo Wii.  EA, as suggested by gamers, should create a better quality game for the Wii system because football lovers are waiting for the real-thing action that only Wii offers.

Just like in the past, the box art for each of the game consoles mentioned shall be represented by a different college superstar athlete which depends entirely on the console’s system. These star athletes who will grace the box covers are yet to be revealed by EA Sports. Fans out there will just have to keep themselves updated on a daily basis to learn the latest on the game.

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To find out more about the forthcoming NCAA Football 2010, enthusiasts should look into NCAA Football 10. The site will have fans’ mouths watering for the unveiling of videos, blogs, updates and features of the game. A countdown will likewise ensue for the most highly-anticipated cover athletes of the much-awaited game console.

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