Summary: Horrible attempt on improving the Franchise. I have been liking this game series less and less as it progresses toward a simulator instead of a game. The recruiting on this game is ridiculous. You can spend 30 minutes between each game and an hour at the end a season.
Summary: There are a lot of great things about this game but I am going to just focus on the things that are wrong. First of all, every linebacker is Ray Lewis and can pick off a pass that comes within fingertip reach of them. That however, is just a mere annoyance.
Summary: Alright, I have to start by saying that I have bought EA games for a long time since 2002 to be exact. Having said that, I bought a PS3 hoping that the games would be a step up from the their respective PS2 versions. The first thing I noticed about this game was how the menu system was revamped.
Summary: Pros: pre snap options on defense are pretty cool. Gameplay graphics are pretty fun. Cons: Can't make a new team, can't customize playbook, can't do formation subs, can't stop someone from going in motion, menus are slow and painful, setting depth chart is painful because the sorting by default is...
Summary: I am changing my initial review. I wrote it shortly after first purchasing the game, and I realize now that 4 out of 5 stars is way too high for this year's version of NCAA football, given some serious flaws in the game. Yes, the graphics are good.
Summary: As an avid player of the previous EA Sports NCAA Football titles to say I was greatly anticipating this release would be an understatement. The day of release I went and bought it on my lunch break, anxiously awaiting the time to go home and play.
Summary: One would think that a game that has been a hot seller and superb performer for so long would only increase in quality and popularity upon a new release; this time for a high defintion format ... Think again.