NCAA Football 13. N real life, sports are a merciless competition in which only the strong survive.
Punishment is swift and severe for teams that languish, so there is a constant push to make huge improvements from one season to the next. Virtual sports are very different. The NCAA Football franchise has been lagging for years, shoving the same basic content out the door without any major changes to keep things fresh. Its lack of evolution goes against everything professional sports have been built upon. And NCAA Football 13 continues this unfortunate trend.
There is one notable addition to this year’s update: Heisman Challenge. Despite the appeal of reliving past glories, there are two obvious problems with Heisman Challenge. Download .torrent You need uTorrent for downloading .torrent files. Need For Speed Carbon. Aficionados of scrappy, arcade-style racing games will feel right at home with Need for Speed Carbon for the Nintendo DS.
While the DS game doesn’t include all of the features that its counterparts on the PlayStation 2 and Xbox have, it does ape enough of their features and atmosphere such that it delivers the same sort of spirited street-racing experience. Beyond that, it’s also a fun, sometimes-hectic game that gives players a good selection of cars, parts, and courses to fiddle with. Generally speaking, Carbon is set up like you’d expect it to be. You compete against opponents in various circuit, elimination, sprint, and endurance-type races; new courses and cars unlock along the way; and your victories net you points that you can use to buy new cars and upgrade your old ones. Each of the game’s 12 courses emphasizes a different setting and structure, and you’ll find shortcuts all over the place. Download .torrent. Need for Speed Most Wanted 2012. Vehicles glide along invisible roads in the sky.
Cars are borne out of twitchy, twisty clouds of darkness. Groups of police cruisers perform coordinated donuts, twirling about like dancers in a Busby Berkeley musical. In the creative and unusual pre-race sequences throughout Need for Speed: Most Wanted, you get the sense that the city of Fairhaven is a surreal land with dreamlike logic that might allow anything to happen at any moment. It’s striking, then, that the actual game here is so typical and unsurprising, and that although it delivers plenty of the hard-hitting, white-knuckle racing Criterion is known for, it doesn’t do so quite as well as some of the studio’s earlier games.
Need For Speed Pro Street. It can’t be easy to be a game developer in charge of releasing a new game in a series every year.
People don’t want the same game over and over, yet they’re unhappy if the game strays too far from the established formula. Need For Speed Shift. Need for Speed Shift looks an awful lot like the classic arcade game Pole Position.
If you’re expecting sunlight glinting off your car’s hood and plumes of particle-rendered exhaust, you’re bound to be let down. The car sprites are tiny, and the road itself takes up only about a fourth of the game’s screen, leaving a lot of viewing area unused. The music isn’t all that impressive, either. The tinny, repetitive music occasionally sounds like a bunch of yowling cats. Each stage has its own background music, but you’ll quickly want to switch to the radio or a CD instead. Fortunately, while the graphics and sound are problematic, pretty much everything else in the game works just fine. One crucial component of each race is earning style points, which you pick up by drifting (precision points) or ramming opponents (aggression points). Need For Speed Undercover. For the most part, the reaction to the last few Need for Speed games was the same: “Why aren’t they more like Need for Speed Most Wanted?”
“Where are the cheesy cutscenes and the over-the-top cop chases?” It seems as if EA heard those cries, because for better or for worse, Need for Speed Undercover feels like Most Wanted. In Undercover you play the role of…wait for it…an undercover officer. Along with agent Chase Linh, played by the attractive Maggie Q, your job is to take down a group of street racers that have somehow become involved in an international smuggling ring. The story is told via campy cutscenes that fail to capture the charm of Most Wanted thanks to uninteresting characters and a predictable plot.
Like many other Need for Speed games, all of your racing will take place on the streets of a fictitious open-world city–here it’s the Tri-City Bay area. Download .torrent.