Destroys the experience of building a sorry team into a powerhouse
David Lee Flowers, Amazon
26 December 2011
Summary: As others, I decided to take a sorry team and turn it into a powerhouse, so I took my beloved MTSU Blue Raiders. My plan was to win the Sun Belt a few years, get some 4 stars, move to the SEC, and make a run at the National Title.
Summary: It is another year and EA has pumped out another, updated version, of their game NCAA Football. In this one you'll of course expect to have superior play from last year, and of course the updated rosters for all the teams.
Summary: first off the graphics do not look as good on the ps3 as it does on the xbox 360 version, but you don't buy sports games primarily for their graphics anyways. The slow and steady gameplay tweaks of this version addresses a little bit of the problems of the past titles with modest results.
Summary: I was so excited for this game to come out so much so I went to the midnight release party to pick mine up. The game has amazing graphics and I love the fact that you can customize conferences also I really enjoyed the coaching mode.
Summary: This game looks amazing, sounds amazing, and the career mode is set up to be a lot of fun. The interface is easy to learn and navigate as well. However, I simply can't get over how awful and inconsistent the computer (AI) is at times.
Summary: The graphics keep getting better, and there are cool new features added every year, but in my opinion the gameplay has continually gone downhill. Unfortunately that is what I believe matters the most. I'd rather have bad graphics and fantastic gameplay any day of the week.
Summary: First let me say that if you already own NCAA Football 10, don't purchase this game as it's content is pretty much the same as last year's version. When I play against my cousin, it seems as though I can complete 95% of my Hail Mary or Circus passes while my running game suffers.
Summary: Last year's NCAA was one of the best football games ever made. In trying to improve the game this year, they took one step foward, two steps back. The brilliance of last year's game was the Locomotion engine, which made animations look more natural while giving the players a sense of weight and...