Yeah, fall is here, and with fall comes college football season. And apparently the only thing better than parking your carcass in front of the 50 inch flat screen for an afternoon of watching college football is an afternoon (or night, or entire weekend) of playing college football, courtesy of EA’s NCAA Football 10. Now, I’m not about to get into the merits of NCAA 10 vs. Madden 10 right now – some questions have no easy answers. But in order to send your opponent packing, here are a few NCAA 10 tips 먹튀검증.
When choosing your Offensive Game Plan, conventional wisdom would say to go Aggressive each time. But believe it or not, there’s some merit to going Conservative (don’t start throwing shoes at me, I’m only referring to NCAA 10). They make it abundantly clear that there are pros and cons to each setting. But in the case of holding your blocks, going Aggressive will result in more penalties; having your players block longer will result in more clipping calls.
Same deal with the Defensive Game Plan; like the Offensive Game Plan, all the different options for defense will have an effect on the overall game. And also like offensive game plan, being Aggressive is not always the way to go (despite what the high school cheerleaders may have told you). Take the Big Hit example – going Aggressive with Big Hit, your defense will always try to go for the big hits (yeah, we get it, it’s not brain surgery). The upside: you’ll cause more fumbles and wear down the offense. The downside: your guys will miss more tackles. Best to play it safe.
Another defensive tip: when choosing the Pass Defense, go Conservative, with the swat. Yes, it’s tempting to go Aggressive and go for the pick. No risk, no reward and all that other good stuff we’ve been taught since the first time we learned how to throw the football. But here’s the thing – you may think it’s worth going for the turnover, but you will miss the ball most of the time.