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NCAA Football 10 adds two new modes to pigskin playground

EA’s iron lock on the world of video game football continues with NCAA Football 10, and they’re still of the mindset “if it sells well, don’t fix it.” Plus they’re piling on more features with each iteration, and that means soon you’ll have a football game in there somewhere, buried under mountains of minigames, training modes, fantasy football managers, mascot uniforms, and cheerleader tryouts. Hopefully they might improve some of the gameplay as well and not only add what some cases are useless features.

New to 10 only on the PS3 and Xbox 360 editions will be Season Showdown, where you compete for credits over a four-month long competition by playing games with your chosen team on or offline and answering trivia questions on EA’s website. You can also lose points in the Sportmanship category where doing things like going for it on 4th down when you’re on your own 10 yard line or kicking an onside kick actually subtract from your credit bank. 

Also new to the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions is TeamBuilder, where you can create your own team by importing your own logos, customizing everything like the uniforms, the stadiums and of course the rosters, where apparently LSU defensive back Tyson Andrus is a white guy. You’ll be able to upload your created teams to the EA server, and you can also download any other created teams. 

[Via Joystiq]

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