Summary: Before you read my review I just wanted to clarify that I only play in COACH LEGACY mode. So... I started this game out as the coach of the STONEY BROOK SEAWOLVES and have been coaching them for three seasons now. After each season you can put yourself into a carousel for job openings or you can stick to your job.
Summary: i got this game accidentally when i was at a local target. i forgot i preordered the ps3 version for the ps3 and i have to say that this game is better than the ps3 version and it is for the ps2 which is a older system than the s3 is. the graphics are way above average for the ps2 and it is alot of fun overall. i actually think there is more detail in the arenas in this game than there is in te ps3 version, but that is just an opinion.
Summary: I recently baught this game. The $20 it cost is certainly worth it. The edit player feature is really nice. You can actully use the real players names on the game, and have the announcers say them as well. They have pretty much any college team, not to mention alot of the real coaches too. If they don't have them, you can edit them too. The game graphic wise is pretty solid. The only thing that hurts, is the way the players will miss easy shots and layups sometimes.
Summary: very cool gameplay and accurate rosters and ratings. most importantly, the legacy mode is PHENOMENAL for those who dont mind the tedium of individually allocating every single recruiting point (often in painstaking fashion). if youre like me, its worth it.
Summary: I have enjoyed the 2K sports college basketball games over the previous years and I personally prefer it over the EA version. I've been eager to get a sports game for the 360, but with EA 'trimming' down NCAA 2007, I waited and got College Hoops 2k7 which is every bit as fun as the previous versions.If you have enjoyed the previous versions, this one shouldn't be a disappointment. Mostly this game is identical to 2k6, but there has been a few nice additions.
Summary: I went to my friends house on Thxgiving to play Hoops 2K7 on XBOX 360 and I could not wait for the release on PS2. Now dont get me wrong I knew the graphics would not be as sharp as the 360 but the game feels exactly like 2K6 but the players are a tad bigger (I guess those protein shakes are working!). However, I do like how you can recruit players according to the state they are in. Im doing legacy mode with TSU so I want to keep the best players in TX and LA.
Summary: this game is basically the same as last year's game. I actually think that it is much easier to play against the computer this year. they did change the controls a little bit which is a plus, but im not sure if its worth buying unless you're a die hard college b-ball fan.
Summary: If you already have NBA 2K7 then there's no point of buying this game. Game play is basically the same, but with less skilled players. This is also a guards game. Very hard to get an efficient post game going. Even the best post players will shoot a jump shot from under the whole instead of dunking. The manual has some complicated instructions from doing a drop step, but this doesn't seem to work. The positive is that it's only $19.99.