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.
Summary: I bought this, played it for about a month, and then got insanely sick of it. I just love how when your team does well all season, travels to an important away game, and then decides to fumble every single time it gets the ball. I'm not kidding. I play at USC, and my team literally fumbles 9 times!
Summary: The gameplay is not smooth and there are framerate issues. The animations need work as do some basic things like shadows at 12:30 in the afternoon and Michigan's helmuts. Not a next gen effort. Current gen is much better.
Summary: First of all, for the guy below me, no u cant be reggie bush in NCAA 07...hes not in the NCAA anymore. I can ask Madden to let me have TO and McNabb on the same team in their game. They put graduated stars on the cover so they can actually be paid for it. Anyways...same game again from EA.
Summary: Great Graphics To An Extent... What I Mean Is Some Visual Mistakes Like With Snow (Only On The Field And No Where Else). Rain Isnt Bouncing Off Of Anything At All... Looks Like Static On The Screen.. A Few Stadiums Arent Even The Right Ones.... No Create A Team Feature...
Summary: Past the pretty visuals and animations, EA just cranked out another in the huge line of crappy sports games for the all-powerful 360. Buy fight night round 3, it's the only decent sports game on the 360.
Summary: I think the spotlight review is dead on accurate, but I disagree when he says that this game isn't the same as last years. It's basically NCAA 06 all over again with a few tweaks here and there. On one hand, I think it's hard to make drastic improvements to a game that is already very good.