Summary: If you're looking for a game that makes you feel like you're actually playing or coaching college basketball, this is a pretty good game to get. The game is, for the most part, accurate: * The arenas all have the right names (as far as I've checked), and if you're playing in a high- or mid-major...
Summary: As a huge Canes fan, I really looked forward to the 2004 version of this game (Carmelo on the cover), because it would be the first with our brand new Convocation Center. It disappointed, though, as the arena in the game was clearly patterned after the Convo, but lacked its feel and was actually...
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Monty "~Monty!~", Amazon
6 April 2005
Summary: 6 seconds left...you call a timeout..its the final game of the final four..your team (the team you play religiously with) is down 2 with the ball at halfcourt..2 point jumper to tie or 3 point J to win the game?..You resume action..nerves running through your hands.
Summary: I have played all college hoops games of 2005 (March Madness, Final Four, and College Hoops). This one is, by far, the worst. I can't stand the controls, gameplay, or camera. One of the few things in this game is the realisticness. Gameplay 4/10: The actual gameplay is pretty bad.
Summary: This game is very intense. When you do a rival game and the team you are playing is in the top 25 for the places to play it gets very intense. When you play a classic game it is hard to complete the task
Summary: I could go on and on about the faults in this game. but I played College hoops and this game and honestly this game is just flat out amazingly bad. There are honestly too many wrong things with this game, it just seems like EA Sports stopped trying on this franchise altogether. TERRIBLE GAME!
Summary: i will preface this review by saying i am white, so saying that there are too many white recruits is not coming from a racist angle. i got villanova in dynasty mode and scheduled my first game against north carolina.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, the game certainly is a step up from 2004, when EA Sports could barely market a college hoops game to rival Pac-Man. But in the manufacturer's efforts to improve and increase gameplay, they overlooked many things and skipped just a few steps.