Summary: You can't (or at least it's not easy to figure out) control the direction of the ball when you kick a field goal, so unless you are in the center of the field you're going to miss. Aside from that, it's fine...but that's a BIG aside.
Summary: First off get roster downloads with all the names of the players for free from here [...] then going on your Xbox using the EA locker to download it from whatever user name has the latest rosters. It's about time they came up with this. It's very accurate and it's free. There are a ton of reviews already. Check out Gamespot, it's pretty accurate. I do believe that it's worth the money even though it's for a few changes and upgrades.
Summary: NCAA Football 09 for the PSP is a fun game, but seeing as it is after the 2009-10 season you might want to wait and get NCAA Football 11 or Madden NFL 11. The freshman controls are fun, but get old. If you chose to do so, you can change the settings to make the camera rumble when the "crowd" gets excited. The graphics are fair, but nothing to get too excited about.
Summary: I've always been a big fan of the NCAA College Football video game franchise from EA. I still have, and still enjoy, 2005 on the PS2. I am NOT a fan of this game, and will probably never purchase another EA product for the PSP after the way they screwed this up. There's a laundry list of complaints I have about this game. I'll only give you a few. 1) Play clock. How hard is it on a modern computing device to accurately count off 25 seconds? I timed it.
Summary: I bought this for my nephew for Christmas, I couldn't find it anywhere, none of the stores had it a few weeks before Christmas. My nephew loves it and plays it all the time. I always know I can find things on Amazon!
Summary: The game is good but the main thing missing is the career mode, the best part of NCAA Football. The dynasty mode has an interesting recruiting style, and it's a little confusing at first, but fun once you understand it. It's also nearly impossible to complete a pass on any mode varsity or higher; it will hit the hands of the receiver with nobody near him, and he will drop it. Overall, the game is fun.
Summary: I don't care that much about obscure features, or even about which stadiums they have or how realistic they are. I primarily care that the game plays like football. At the end of a game (assuming you have played the game a number of times and are not basically incompetent), it should have felt like a real football game. The best measure of this is the stats. Unfortunately, there are a number of abberations: - Turnovers.