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.
Summary: NCAA Football 11 really looks, plays, and feels, like a college football game you would watch on ESPN. It has great game play, and lots of different features. The graphics are also a huge improvement over last years addition. Owning both Madden 11 and now NCAA Football 11 I would recommend NCAA. The only reason I don't give it the full 5 stars is it is still just a football game and can get a little boring every now and again.
Summary: I really like the custom conferences option. The only drawback is you have to swap conferences. In other words I just cannot add Colorado and Utah to the Pac-10 to make the Pac-12. There are only 10 designated slots in the Pac-10. So what I did was move the New Pac-12 and made it the Big 12, I took the 10 remaining Big 12 teams and moved them to the Pac-10.
Summary: I was extremely impressed with this game. As I had always been playing Madden it was great to play a game with a different dynamic. I thought the season mode where you can create a player and grow him through High School through to college was an excellent touch. I was impressed with the distributors of the game I had ordered it late on a Sunday evening and I had it delivered to me in Ireland by the Wednesday afternoon.