College Football USA '96

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College Football USA '96
Basic Information
Video Game
High Score Productions
EA Sports
College Football
Bill Walsh College Football '95
Successor title
College Football USA '97
American Football
Genesis Controller
Retail Features
College Football USA '96
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
July 151995
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Starting with College Football USA '96, the series was renamed "College Football USA 96", and was the first version to feature all (108 at the time) division l-A teams. It was also the first in the series to feature real bowl games (Orange, Sugar, Fiesta and Rose). Players could play an entire 11-game season (or shorter if desired) before advancing to one of the bowl games.

There were 400 plays from which to choose, and a new passing mode allowed players to select from five receivers on every play. Other new features and options included the following: four-player mode, three different game lengths, substitutions, injuries, audibles, fake snaps, spins, hurdles, dives, blocked kicks, interceptions and laterals.