• "JJ" Journalist Jake

College Football Gaming is Back!

It has been over five years since the release of EA Sports last college football installment, NCAA Football 14. Since then, there has been a feen for a college football video game to settle all our needs and there may be a potential cure coming very soon.


Set to release on September 27th, 'Doug Flutie's Maximum Football 2019' may be the game we have all been waiting for since the downfall of EA Sports' franchise. Not to say that it will be an excellent game, but this game will bring back college football to some capacity for all us to play once again.


The game will contain 130 default teams that will be fully customizable with the option to choose from over 200 stock logos. On top of that, you will be able to customize equipment completely to your liking.


In addition, the game will feature an in-depth dynasty mode where you can recruit, red shirt players and compete to play in a bowl game or the college football playoff.



I personally still feel the shock of EA Sports having to end their NCAA Football gaming franchise. I bought every single game that was released every single year since I was a young lad. I was obsessed with it. And seeing an independent development company attempting to revive college football is an amazing sight despite the budget constraints of a small company.


The game will not feature any authentic college football teams, but it will still have classic college football vibes. You will have the the ability to play as hypothetical collegiate teams that have strong similarities to real schools, and play a dynasty mode with recruiting, conferences and bowl games.



The mechanics, graphics and overall environment within the game may not be the greatest in comparison to NCAA Football 14, but I don't really care. As long as it is a solid game, and I can play college football in some capacity, I will be happy. If this game can gain a ton of publicity, which it has, and take in a boat-load of money, this game can grow to be even better next year.


The game will be available on both PS4 and Xbox One on Friday, September 27. College football is back, baby!


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