Great Simulation Game Play...Presentation Sucks!!!!
Derek Morris, Amazon
29 July 2013
Summary: I just bought this game a few days ago. I know its been two seasons ago but i like the game play of this edition more than ncaa 12 or 13. Dynasty mode is solid and play calling is a breeze. The only thing i dont like is the presentation of the players. I know when you play football you get dirty and EA has done a decent simulation of that BUTT, with no pun intended, i noticed the majority of players will get a STAIN in the CRACK of their pants.
Summary: I love ncaa games. They added more excitement to football. Having the ability to run options with the quarterback and running back make the user more involved. These games require more skill than madden. In madden, you can get lucky by throwing he ball up and for some reason they'll catch it. This game is more realistic but the graphics are much worse.
Summary: First of all this is a step better than NCAA Football 10 with better graphics. There are a great amount of game modes for keep your self busy and they still do the ESPN radio after a couple years of games released. I got this so I can get the trophies and I'll probably keep this, for this is a fun game and is very addicting. I would recommend this to anyone this is a fan of football video games.
For the most part, a big improvement over earlier versions.
19 December 2011
Summary: Enjoyed the 2009 version of this game, but was getting bored with how easy it was to beat it. 2011 was a huge improvement in many regards, very challenging. Not thrilled with some of the changes to recruiting - if you have assistance turned on, the computer rearranges the order of your recruits to it's liking. Makes it tough to keep track of the prospects that you have added manually.