July 19, 2013 5:39 PM
" EA Sports NCAA Football Producer Ben Haumiller says he's heard the critics and gamers across the web talk smack about the company's long-running college football series and believes this is the year they will change their tune.
With this week's decision by the NCAA to not renew its contract with EA Sports with the Ed O'Bannon copyright infringment case ongoing, it's quite possible that "NCAA Football 14" may be the last game in the series that bears the NCAA name. It may also be the best.
"NCAA games are always different from year to year, but this year’s additions are noticeable improvements," Game Informer's Matthew Kato said in his review "
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