Summary: Some problems with it include but are not limited to: Lay-up's are extremely difficult to make. Even open ones. I had to double to lay-up accuracy in the settings to make it even REALISTIC. 3's are weird. If you have a good shooter it's like you don't miss (The CPU certainly doesn't miss no matter what). Otherwise, shooting is a b!tc#. All the uniforms are the same besides some of the big name teams. I like to play as smaller colleges and all the jerseys sucked unlike A.
Summary: i went back to college basketball 2k7. i dont like the menu options on this game. this game would be good if the menus on this wasnt so messed up. its quite annoying and frustrating. i like college basketball 2k7 better. their isnt much difference than between these game except the 2k7 version has alot better menus.
Summary: This is a must have game for college basketball, gamer, fans. However, I wouldn't spring for 2k8 if you already have 2k7. Besides the updated rosters, there isn't a lot that excites. There are some clipping issues, such as passes going through your defenders facing away from the ball. For the PS3, I find the free throw motion to be neat moving the controller. I'm a hoops fan and enjoy the game, but do look for improvements in the future.
Summary: Con's There is only one real Con to this game, but its a big one and the most important aspect of a game. The Con is that this game has to be one of the hardest sports game I have ever played. You can dominate the game on the lowest difficulty setting, but when you move up to the starter difficulty, it is a night and day difference.