Summary: First of all with shoelace on the cover, the bar is set pretty high, but as usual with EA sports games, they nailed it. Great game, only complaint is the loading time seems a little excessive.
Summary: This is one addicting game, I play it almost everyday. It's a big step from Ncaa football 13.. Even though it was a big step it still has its glitches and a few parts of the gameplay are still broken. The blocking is rusty, the dive tackling is too consistent, pass defense still broken, Just alot still needs work. But a temporary fix is to adjust your sliders to make things realer.
Summary: Have been away from the franchise for quite some time, didn't like all the in-depth recruiting aspects, just took too much time. I took a chance this year knowing its the last of this franchise for the PS3. I have been pleasantly surprised so far. Game remains playable as I always remember it, and recruiting is fun again and not too in-depth. Definitely recommend picking up this game.
Summary: This is possibly the best of the NCAA series and my teenage son and I have logged many hours playing and having fun. There are many options and this one feels more like its Madden cohort than previous duos have. The game is fun, challenging, progressive, and has all you would expect from an NCAA title. The graphics are nice and gameplay is close to identical to Madden 25, though of course the overall feel is different, which is typical.