Get into the action on the gridiron in newest ‘NCAA Football’
‘NCAA Football 11.’ Another year, another college football sim from EA Sports. This year’s edition boasts a new running mechanic (or ‘Locomotion System,’ to use EA’s term for it); no-huddle spreads, triple options, wishbone, wild hog and pistol offenses; and a whole new ESPN broadcast interface featuring Kirk Herbstreit, Brad Nessler and Erin Andrews. Rated E for Everyone. $40-$60, for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 2.
‘The Bachelor: The Videogame.’ At last! You can compete against other men or women (or ‘frenemies,’ as the game calls them) to win the heart of bachelor or bachelorette. You can sabotage your opponents (drama!), who include real-life contestants from the show. The game includes personality tests and host Chris Harrison. Rated T for Teen. $30, for Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS.
Also out this week: ‘Chuck E. Cheese’s Party Games’ (DS), ‘Will Calvin Tucker’s Redneck Racing’ (Wii), ‘Our House: Party!’ (Wii), ‘Hunting Unlimited 2011’ (Windows PC), ‘The Sorcerer’s Apprentice’ (DS), ‘Paws and Claws: Regal Resort’ (DS), ‘River City Sports Challenge’ (DS), ‘Cats and Dogs: Revenge of Kitty Galore’ (DS), ‘DeathSpank’ (downloadable for Xbox 360).
‘NCAA Football 11’ rolls out new features, including a new running mechanic, new offenses and a new ESPN broadcast interface.