Get into the ac­tion on the grid­iron in new­est ‘NCAA Foot­ball’

Austin American-Statesman - - AUSTIN360BETS - — Omar L. Gal­laga

‘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.

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