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Nike Pro Combat Uniforms: Reserve your copy of NCAA Football 12 and receive Nike Pro Combat uniforms for TCU, Ohio State, Boise State, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech as exclusive GameStop premium uniforms. Nike Pro Combat uniforms are Born of Tradition, Built for Speed. Available online and in-store while supplies lasts.

Product Details: NCAA Football 12 takes the journey of the college athlete to the next level of depth and authenticity. Experience the pride and pageantry of gameday Saturday like never before as you go from high school superstar to top college player to head coach in Road to Glory and Dynasty modes. With an enhanced in-game presentation, new traditions, and an all-new collision system, make an impact by leading your team to the National Championship with NCAA Football 12.
  • Authentic Gameday Traditions - Feel the true emotion of college football as your team runs onto the field with new pre-game traditions like the Sooner Schooner and Ramblin' Wreck, and celebrate big plays alongside school icons like Chief Osceola, Uga, and Tommy Trojan.
  • Enhanced Tackling Engine - Your college gameday experience rises to a whole new level with an all-new momentum-based collision and tackling system that allows you to control a player through the moment of impact.
Source - NCAA Football 12 - GameStop

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# 1 illwill10 @ 04/19/11 07:32 PM
I cant wait to see gameplay video
 
# 2 inglip @ 04/19/11 07:36 PM
I noticed that when I was watching the trailer. Tackles look awesome so far, let's just hope we can do multiple hit tackles with this new engine. I think we may find out this Thursday.
 
# 3 TDenverFan @ 04/19/11 07:44 PM
I hope so! I hate when my massive OL getss pancacked by some puny DL.
 
# 4 vaeath @ 04/19/11 07:48 PM
Does this mean height and weight are going to matter now?
 
# 5 SageInfinite @ 04/19/11 08:07 PM
Awwww shh..... they den opened a can if worms now! Let's see what they deliver. Hope its not over hyped and under delivered as usual.
 
# 6 da ThRONe @ 04/19/11 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by TDenverFan
I hope so! I hate when my massive OL getss pancacked by some puny DL.
Quote:
Originally Posted by vaeath
Does this mean height and weight are going to matter now?
They said momentum based not physic based. So I don't expect weight will make a difference.
 
# 7 Catamount53 @ 04/19/11 08:12 PM
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Originally Posted by da ThRONe
They said momentum based not physic based. So I don't expect weight will make a difference.
well momentum is mass * velocity
 
# 8 da ThRONe @ 04/19/11 08:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Catamount53
well momentum is mass * velocity
Last year they supposedly had added momentum to the game, yet mass didn't matter so you never know. We can only hope.
 
# 9 Kevin26385 @ 04/19/11 08:47 PM
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EB Games/GameStop have posted their pre-order bonus for NCAA Football 12. Straight from their product page:

Reserve your copy of NCAA Football 12 and receive Nike Pro Combat uniforms for TCU, Ohio State, Boise State, Pittsburgh and Virginia Tech as exclusive GameStop premium uniforms. Nike Pro Combat uniforms are Born of Tradition, Built for Speed. Available online and in-store while supplies lasts.

Will this bonus make you more likely to pre-order the game from EB Games or GameStop? Continue on to see what new team specific entrance their product page revealed.

Also on their product page is this brief game description confirming another team specific entrance - Oklahoma's Sooner Schooner:

* Authentic Gameday Traditions - Feel the true emotion of college football as your team runs onto the field with new pre-game traditions like the Sooner Schooner and Ramblin' Wreck, and celebrate big plays alongside school icons like Chief Osceola, Uga, and Tommy Trojan.
* Enhanced Tackling Engine - Your college gameday experience rises to a whole new level with an all-new momentum-based collision and tackling system that allows you to control a player through the moment of impact.
Via Gaming Tailgate
 
# 10 adembroski @ 04/19/11 08:51 PM
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Originally Posted by da ThRONe
Last year they supposedly had added momentum to the game, yet mass didn't matter so you never know. We can only hope.
That was momentum in a different context... The momentum in Madden/NCAA 11 is better described as Locomotion Inertia... i.e. you can't simply make a 90 degree change of direction without losing speed. That momentum wasn't related to hitting, only running.
 
# 11 Da Hype Iz Real @ 04/19/11 09:01 PM
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Originally Posted by 1GATOR FAN
i hope so! This what i have been asking for forever... While most people complain there are no dreads and such i have been wanting this.

And looks like they satisfied both parties, who would have thought it was possible
 
# 12 WizKhid @ 04/19/11 09:03 PM
i know i gotta pre-order the game cause i want TCU pro=combat lol
 
# 13 COACH WEBB @ 04/19/11 09:05 PM
If you don't preorder it, I wonder what must be done in order to get these unis?
 
# 14 Zasnow @ 04/19/11 09:12 PM
I'd say dlc.
 
# 15 sportzbro @ 04/19/11 09:12 PM
So are they forcing me into pre-ordering to get unis that should just be in the game already, or will I have an option to download them (for free, like they should be) at a later date?
 
# 16 WeAreAllWitnesses @ 04/19/11 09:14 PM
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Your college gameday experience rises to a whole new level
If EA wrote this, that's not an accident.
 
# 17 SteelerSpartan @ 04/19/11 09:15 PM
they better not start charging money for Alt Uniforms
 
# 18 toine2983 @ 04/19/11 10:08 PM
Crap, why couldn't EA just let us unlock the unis by playing the demo like last year?

Oh well just have to wait a bit to get them because I'm sure they'll be DLC.
 
# 19 iBlievN5 @ 04/19/11 10:14 PM
I never understood why height/weight SHOULD matter. That's what strength + jumping should have impacted IMO. Height already matters as far as receiving/DB play.
 
# 20 inglip @ 04/19/11 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by iBlievN5
I never understood why height/weight SHOULD matter. That's what strength + jumping should have impacted IMO. Height already matters as far as receiving/DB play.
Weight should matter because in real life there's no way a guy that weighs 160 pounds can break a solid tackle from a 300 pounder.
 

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