Brian Forrester "Brian Forrester, Noblesville IN", Amazon
9 August 2003
Summary: Sure, I knew the game would not offer a season or a dynasty mode, but I bought it anyway. The gameplay is actually pretty good. Unlike the Live series, if you make a bad pass it will get deflected and stolen. The graphics and AI are also improved upon from the Live Series.
Summary: Before renting this game I expected it to be a lot like the College Football edition. Boy was I wrong. You can't Have a dynesty or a season. The Torny is all right. But I tried it and Missouri Won. MISSOURI! Being a newcomer I thought the graphics were awsome. Better than the first.
Summary: Well, being new to the entire playstation and gaming world, this was the first game I played on PS2. i thought the graphics were great and all but I find it to be annoying. there isn't much you can do besides either play a regular game or the tournament.
Summary: This game has incredible college atmosphere and fast paced moves. However, EA sports must have been taking a nap when they missed the most important partof playing team sport games...THERE IS NO SEASON CAPABILITY on the game. you can only play an exhibition or go straight to th tournament.
Summary: This is probably the best college bball game that I have played. It has much more realistic gameplay than live and the graphics seem to be better. The cpu even seems to play smarter besides some ill advised three's One major problem. No season mode. How hard could that possibly be to put in.