NCAA Football 12 demo now available

With a release just two weeks away, NCAA Football doesn’t have much time to win us over with a demo, but it’s trying its damnest anyway. With exclusive unlockables and four of the most popular teams in college football open to play, the just-launched slice of gameplay has us intrigued. And just look at the attention to detail on mascots for the Seminoles and Longhorns in that trailer.

Two different match-ups are available in the demo: Oregon Ducks at the Texas Longhorns and Alabama’s Crimson Tide at Florida State (fun fact: The Florida State is GR Editor Chris Antista’s alma mater). Also included are home team entrances and the ability to unlock Nike Pro Combat jerseys in the full game. The summer tradition hits retail shelves July 12.

Jun 29, 2011


  • 435 - June 30, 2011 11:58 a.m.

    Sweet. Exclusive uniforms for the Beavers. Downloading.
  • adamstephenson - June 29, 2011 10:36 p.m.

    I wouldn't expect Henry to be posting this either. Not a huge sports game fan, but I actually loved NCAA 2011. It had some issues, weird AI occasionally, sorta slow interface loading. I think I actually played it more than any other game that was released last year for the PS3.
  • Ampatent - June 29, 2011 8:05 p.m.

    The irony in this being posted by you, Henry, is palpable.

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