Are you unhappy with college football gaming's status quo?
Well time to put your money where you mouth is, at least that's the hope of a relatively unknown developer in Dirty Bird Sports who just launched a $500,000 Kickstarter campaign to fund a new NCAA Football game that proposes it will feature all 689 teams from Division I all the way to NAIA for the XBox 360 and PS3.
You read that right.
Dirty Bird Sports and Jam Entertainment both promise to insert the deepest legacy mode game 'of all time' with promises of deep recruiting, sanctions, and more.
Right now all the game has to show are some renders which first appeared in 2011 on Turbosquid. It's possible the renders were bought with the intention of using them in the game -- it's also possible the developer currently hasn't done anything with the game at this time and everyone is being duped. We're going to be reaching out soon for an interview to get necessary information about where the game is currently at in development and where it's going, along with any details on licensing, etc.
It should be exciting to see where this as of yet unnamed NCAA Football game goes (if anywhere, if it's legit at all), and you can bet we will be covering it on Operation Sports through it's development cycle if it actually, you know ever gets off the ground.
What do you guys think? Will you be supporting this game's Kickstarter?