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.
Summary: This game is great. I mean it might be just like last years game and all, but still it's pretty cool. I like the graphics. They don't show great detail, but they suffice. The new momentum meter is nothing special. It doesn't help you or anything. It just tells you who's doing better in the game. The new emotions expressed by the players really helps you to know the tempo of the game. One thing that is sort of a CON this year is the Campus Legend mode.
Summary: I've been playing NCAA 2007 for a few weeks now, and here are my thoughts: 1) The game simply does as good a job at capturing the feeling of it's sport as any other game. Anyone who has been to a big-time SEC game understands that the stadium does shake. 2) I did not play the "career" mode, I simply prefer control over the whole program. 3) Gameplay is very strong, anyone who has played NCAA or Madden in the past will notice the tightening up of the controls.
Summary: NCAA 07 is nearly a mimmic of the 06 game. Only a few little details have been changed like some of the commentary, and a few new game modes. Being perfectly honest, I enjoyed 06 better for many reasons, one is that you can choose between the music tracks that are on it and the band music. Second is that the kick meter is way easier. Third that it's much easier to score in 06 and that makes the game more exciting, expecially if you're playing against your friends.
EA's All-American Gets Redshirted after Its Breakout Season
D. R. Jeanclerc "Reader, Listener & Obsessive..., Amazon
19 July 2006
Summary: There's no disputing that EA owns the lion's share of the sports videogame market, especially with last year's acquisition of exclusive licenses for both pro and college football. Many (understandably) feared that this lack of competition would lead to lackluster games, i.e. each year's release being reduced to not much more than a full-price roster update.
Summary: Every year that NCAA Football has come out, it has gotten better and better. This game is the same way. Although NCAA Footbal 06 is really good(and cheap) 07 is just better. One new feature I like is the Campus Legend. It is just like if you were a college athlete. First, you have to do the 40 yard dash and all that stuff and work out for scouts, then you pick a school and move into your dorm room.
Summary: I have only played the game about 35 minutes and compared to the 2006 version, 2007 has many improvements. As far as Reggie Bush being on the cover, EA always puts one of the past seasons stars (Heisman Trophy Winners) on the cover. The 2006 has Desmond Howard on the cover and he has not played in about 3-4 seasons. I can't wait to get some quality time with this game. In the amount of time that I've played 07, I thought the changes which have noticed are great.