Summary: This is overall a really good game. The most gratifying aspect is the Dynasty mode where you can create your own team or take over an existing one to dominate a conference. I appreciate this one more and more as time goes on. I'm waiting to start using the 2013 version until my current dynasty hopefully wins the championship. I can't imagine that game being any better than this one.
Summary: This is the funnest college football game ive ever played. Im more of a madden kinda guy but i find that i cant stop playin it to this day. If you still have a ps2 go out and buy this game if your a sports fan.
Summary: I haven't remembered enjoying a football game as much as i did this one. It's the only version without annoying band music on it! 06 had the first career mode starting at high school on it. The first day I got 2007, my friend asked me to put this game back in instead for better qb scrambling and throwing. The ps3 versions of this game remind me that it wasn't the same as when this one came out.
Summary: I love the "Dynasty" mode of this game. Call me "Old School" if you like, but where else can someone take the Rice Owls to the Nat'l Championship in 3 seasons? V. Youn is unstoppable in this game, just like he was in the Nat'l Championship!
Summary: I will start with the cons. For new players to the game (so far that is my only perspective) there is too big a difference between the junior varsity and varsity levels. I have not yet tried the more advanced levels. But as a player that mastered the pro level Maddel 06, I had a hard time beating Hawaii with USC in the varsity level. That brings me to my second complaint, bad teams are better and good teams not as good as you would expect, i.e.
Summary: This is an overall fun game. It has pretty decent graphics, and Race For the Heisman is really cool. The impact players are also pretty sweet. It was worth the $50 bucks I paid for it. The only problems are your defensive backs drop the ball a bit too much, and if you create a team and do a dynasty you start really badly ranked and it's annoying when you are undefeated and still not ranked number one.
Summary: Again, I must add the disclaimer that I am NOT an advid PS2 game player. Never have been and never will. I began to play though only on last year's 2005 edition and became hooked on this game specifically. The 2006 edition, especially those who have a passing interest in a bit of diversion, proves worth every red cent. This is an excellent update.
Summary: After playing NCAA 2006 I must say I am a little disappointed. I thought the game did not live up to hype. I've broken down my thoughts below: PROS: In-Season recruiting is a big boost to Dynasty mode. It gives schools who fail to make a bowl game a chance to improve by making it possible to land a couple of recruits before having to use their pathetic amount of prestige points to try to fill their roster.