Summary: um hello to have to stop selecting your fav. team just save your settings. and there must be something wrong with your system, cause i (and my friend he has the ps2 and i have the X-Box version) have never had trouble loading or saving. so in conclusion i have to say that you are FULL OF CHESE!!!!!!!
Summary: This game without a doubt is one of the best basketball games I have ever played. Usually I don't like basketball but I tried the college one and it was the best basketball game around. The only thing frustrating about this game is that in the start of the game when you have to pick a team I tried to pick a high ranked school (Duke) and they sucked!
Summary: First the good. The gameplay for this game is just great. Although not as clean-running as NBA Live of the same year, it is a super game that captures the feeling of playing the college game. You can play any team, and the feeling is the same. Just a lot of fun to play. Good quickplay, and good coaching options too to tailor the games the way you want to play. Good customization. Now the bad. 1) Load times are long.
Summary: This game is the real deal. It's a must have for college basketball fans. It's graphics are great and I like that you can do a season, create a team, and much more. You can also play a mascot game or make a school into a national powerhouse. You can also create and edit players, and pick from all 326 teams. This game is great.
Summary: This is a great game. This time you can be the coach of your favorite college. Also if you edit the players name, it will show it on the back of their jerseys. Dynasty mode is great but recruiting and other off-season tasks are slow. This time you can export a draft class to NBA Live 2004. The controls are the same as they are on NBA Live.
Summary: I had heard the bad news about this game, so I put off buying it until the beginning of March 2004, when real March Madness made me crave some college hoops action, not to mention my Alabama Crimson Tide coming alive late in the year. So, I swallowed hard and plunked down my $50. The good news is the actual playing of a basketball game is pretty entertaining and well done. The graphics are good, and the different kinds of moves you can make give it a lot of depth.
Summary: Let me start with the positive: The gameplay is pretty good, which makes up for a lot. However, the problems are overwhelming. A list: 1) Like in NCAA Football, you get to pick your favorite team the first time you start up the game. Unlike NCAA Football, there is no way to save this setting, so the screen asking you to pick your favorite team pops up EVERY time you enter the game.
Summary: I had gone out and rented this game about a week ago and man I'm glad that's all I did. This game has so many flaws and faults that I don't even know how to write this game off. I gave it two stars instead of one because of the graphics and overall fun of playing a game. But the truth is, the announcers seem to be realistic as they come because they have no idea what's going on.