Summary: Just a significant and, yet beautiful configuration of the then and now when it comes to the likes of college football of the past and present if your creativity permits itself. I wish fruitfulness and bountifulness to the next person that should pervade in buying this item. Its really magnificent! What more can I say, a toast the the college football fan buried way deep inside of you. I give you my biding to purchase this wonderful and fantastic view of the past!
Summary: Do not trust any other comment no matter what they say. I can guarantee that my best friend and I have played this game more than anyone else on earth. We love this game and have played it from its release to this day. Hours and hours have been spent building dynasties and playing against one another. It is a very well put together game. They have all of the D1AA teams and the rosters actually reflect the players from that time.
Summary: My dear little neighbor was excited to play this game. When it finally came, he was overjoyed! Unfortunately things didn't go as expected. This game did not work under any circumstances. Returning it would cost double then what I payed for the game.
Summary: I purchased this game as a Christmas gift for my fiancee. He loves the game and had previously owned it but it became too scratched for game play. Upon buying it, it was the most expensive game I purchased despite it being an old game. That was my only problem, otherwise the game works great and my fiancee is still living out his college football dream through this game.
Summary: I had ncaa 2003 and it quit working after my dogs got ahold of it. Looked for a cheap replacement and found this. Very happy with it! Even more addicting than previous versions! Lol they fixed the play action issue. More options in dynasty mode. Did notice that the players appear to be slightly skinnier or just smaller than before though.
Summary: I have an Xbox 360 and PS3 and have played NCAA 08 and 09 for these systems, but none of the next gen versions of this game compare with the quality, gameplay, and overall feel of NCAA 07 for the PS2. It has the true feel of college football. The gameplay is just about perfect. The graphics are good for a PS2 game, and the animations/movements are very smooth (unlike NCAA 06 for the PS2, which was choppy).
Summary: I picked this game up, after having several NCAA games before and I have to say, what EA did with this one is fantastic! They have made it more tough than previous ones, and the new features they have added are great. Graphic wise, it could not be better. Seeing as right now, there are two newer versions out there, I would say, for the price you can pick this one up for, do it, it is well worth it.
Summary: When I began playing this game I had a hard time winning on the All-American difficulty setting, but after a season of taking some lumps I went on to win two consecutive National Championships. I really enjoyed both the in and off season player recruiting, as I got better and more savvy I was able to attract more top players.
Summary: The 2007 edition of the EA video game franchise has new features, like Campus Legend, where your player decides whether he goes the to the NFL or stay as a college coach, and Spring Drills, where your favorite team square off in a Spring-time scrimmage. Above all else, there are still the same game modes from the previous NCAA Football games like Rivalry Game, Mascot Game, Dynasty and a selection of Div.1-Football Championship Subdivision teams.