The sun is shining, and the air is cool. When the leaves change colors, and the calendar says its fall, one thing occupies the minds of sports fans around the country — college football. Whether you're tailgating outside the stadium, tossing the pigskin at the park or one of the thousands of fans filling the legendary stadiums on campuses across the nation, college football stirs the passion we have for our favorite teams. Rich traditions, big hits, memorable pageantry and exciting plays are what Saturdays are all about. Are you ready for gameday?
Get ready to experience the thrills and excitement of gameday Saturdays in NCAA Football 13. Grab your helmet, throw on your shoulder pads and lace up your cleats for the hard-hitting tackles, electric big plays and legendary traditions of college football. Run out of the tunnel with your favorite school and lead them to glory as you pass, rush and tackle your way up the rankings for a shot at the National Championship. Carefully choose your plays as a new passing system changes the way quarterbacks and receivers play and respond on the field, and a new read-and-react defensive AI system will force you to keep your offense on its game. Take in the sights and sounds of the rich pageantry with new team run-outs, mascots, pregame traditions, enhanced audio and new trophy presentations. Immerse yourself in the engaging presentation with enhanced commentary from NCAA Football veterans Kirk Herbstreit and Brad Nessler, and enjoy mid-game updates with a new studio analyst. Build your team into a national powerhouse through a deep recruiting feature in Dynasty mode which adds dynamic grades and the ability to scout players. Become a college football superstar in Road to Glory mode to experience the game differently during critical moments, increase your on-the-field awareness and create amazing opportunities. Enter the Heisman Challenge and re-create the stunning, award-winning performances of a former Heisman Trophy winner to try and win the legendary award again. Do you have what it takes to lead your team to glory?
Revel in the glamour of gamedays with new team run-outs, mascots and pregame traditions, in addition to enhanced audio and new trophy presentations
Enjoy more realism on the gridiron with a new passing system that alters the way that quarterbacks and receivers play and respond, along with a new read-and-react defensive AI system
Immerse yourself in the excitement of gameday with an enhanced presentation featuring mid-game updates and a new studio analyst, plus commentary from NCAA Football veterans Brad Nessler and Kirk Herbstreit
Get an understanding of the players you're recruiting by scouting them and applying dynamic grades to each one before you hand out scholarships
Interact with your Dynasty from the Web in all-new ways
Match the award-winning performances of a legendary Heisman Trophy winner to win the iconic award once again in the new Heisman Challenge mode
Become a college football superstar in the enhanced Road to Glory mode, which increases your awareness on the field and creates thrilling opportunities, and see and feel the game differently during key moments
Experience the passion, tradition and pageantry of college football on your PlayStation 3
Run out of the tunnel and onto the field as your favorite school and build the team into a national powerhouse as you fight and claw for every yard in your quest for a National Championship
Shipping Cost: Free!
Return Policy: Within 30 days in the original packaging
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