Summary: NCAA basketball 10 is an addicting game to play. I am not usually a big dynasty or association player for most sports games. I like to play a quick season and not invest my time in multiple seasons of boring off season moves but the dynasty mode in this game is great! The recruiting aspect is a lot of fun and really well done. It makes it fun to change and try to improve your roster year after year!
Summary: I brought this game for my son and he loves it. He is allowed limited time on games anyway so he has to pick his games wisely. He often reaches for this one over other games. It is an older game (2010) but he doesn't seem to mind at all.
Summary: This game is fun to play and the graphics aren't bad, but there are issues to annoying to overlook. The primary problem is the freezing. This game freezes a lot. I exchanged the game disc because I thought I purchased a bad copy, but the new disc did the same thing. I can deal with the running out of bounds glitch and the occasional losing control of your player, but having to replay games because of constant freezing drove me crazy.
The worst game in the history of games (if a little hyperbolic)
Chris Hatcher "Chris", Amazon
18 November 2012
Summary: A career gamer, I purchased this game to try to enjoy a more recent college basketball game than College Hoops 2K8. Unfortunately, it was a disaster. The gameplay is completely unrealistic. Even on the hardest difficulty levels, players can rack up 10 steals or blocks per game easily. There is no natural feel for where a player is on the court. Players pass to other players (CPU controlled mind you) that are running the sidelines out of bounds.
Summary: this game is fun. I enjoy the recruiting aspect of it. There are some in game lags and glitches that can't be fixed since the servers are down. However I have not had any major problems that significantly affect gameplay. It looks good and runs smoothly for a 2010 game. I recommend it if you need a college basketball fix.