Summary: Similar to all football games for PS3, the graphics for NCAA 09 are outstanding. But, for some reason they've the made the actual gameplay somewhat akward. The players seem to bounce down the field, not smooth at all.
The addition of the Online Dynasty mode will please man
30 October 2009
Summary: Thanks to the long-awaited addition of an online dynasty and downloadable custom rosters, NCAA 09 is an improvement over NCAA 08. However, those are the only noteworthy changes to a game that otherwise has a little too much in common with its predecessor to feel entirely fresh.
Summary: THE BIGGEST PROBLEM I HAVE HAD WITH THE GAME IS GAME FREEZES. I HAVE AN XOBX 360 AND IT SEEMS YEAR AFTER YEAR THE GAME LOCKS UP FROM TIME TO TIME. COULD BE MY 360 OR, COULD BE THE CONSOLE. ANY OTHERS HAVE SIMILAR ISSUES?
Why on earth would I ask Lee Corso what I should call???
13 January 2009
Summary: Pretty good game, some improvements over the past several years but nothing too ground-breaking. But Why on God's green Earth would there need to be an ask Corso feature? If I'm stumped as to what play I should run, why would I ask a coach with a career record that was below .500?
Summary: I have two caveats to this review--first, this is the first time I've played the next gen version of NCAA so I cannot compare it to last year's PS3 version. Second, although I only gave this game 3 stars overall, I've been playing it as much as I ever have in the past.
Summary: I'll be short and sweet. I'm a big fan of EA's NCAA football franchise but this lastest issue basically sucks. Game enjoyment I gave a 2 because they got rid of the sideline camera view and the motion capture doesn't seem as life like anymore.
Summary: I had been playing the PS2 version of this game since 2004. I was disappointed with the PS2's 09 game. So, I went out and bought a PS3 and this game. I was not overly impressed. The graphics are excellent, the stadiums and background are very good.
Summary: Another turnover-fest with poor collision detection produced by EA. Since the exclusivity contracts, EA has put out a series of lackluster football (NFL and NCAA) games on the current generation of consoles. This one is no different. You can polish a turd, but it's still a turd.
Summary: This year I was very excited to get the new NCAA Football game. Unfortunately, as usual, EA Sports failed to live up to the hype. While the gameplay is more fluid than in seasons past, and the tackling is "somewhat" more realistic, there are still several flaws that make this game not really worth...
Summary: This game has just been getting minor improvements for years now, and 09 is no exception. Its not that good of a game anymore, its time for a serious overhaul. Plus you throw in the fact that the game is loaded with bugs this year and you have a game that can be passed on.