Summary: See the psp gamer review for a pretty good and complete review for this game. I agree with pretty much all that's said from him however, I just wanted to add one more little detail. The "road to glory" can be very upsetting to the point where I just want to pull my hair out! It's a mode to where you create your player and try to get on the team you want. Once you're on a team depending on your position you may play in more plays than not.
Summary: In response to Matthew Baer, in regards to the "Road to Glory (RTG) Mode" if you want your player to be a part of the action on nearly every play then you should set up your audibles to run plays that will highlight your player, running plays if you have a RB. Passing plays for a WR or QB or RB. Also for QB, some QB option plays where he can run the ball.
Summary: If you have a PSP and are a fan of college football, I definitely recommend buying this game. I hadn't played any of the previous versions of this game for PSP, but I read some good reviews for the 2010 version and decided to pick it up. This is a great game, it is loads of fun to play at home or on the go. The last version of NCAA football that I played was 2007 for PS2 and this game is more fun than I remember that one being.
Summary: With EA not planning on making any further versions of NCAA Football for the PSP system, this may be the last one. It always a fun game. For me, the best part is playing in dynasty mode and building a winning program. A great game as always.
Summary: My son had been asking for the NCAA 2010 game for his PSP for months. We had looked everywhere and could not find it. We were even told that they did not make it for the PSP, but after checking amazon, there it was, at a good price and it arrived within a couple of days. It has worked perfectly, and every chance he gets he plays that game. Thanks for the great condition of the game and the great price and the quickness of it arrival.
Summary: I have been playing EA's NCAA Football for years and have generally enjoyed it more than Madden. Now that I have young children, I find myself playing most of my games on the PSP rather than with an XBOX or PS - just to hard to find TV time. Thus, I have not played the other versions of NCAA 2010 so I just will be commenting on the quality of the gameplay for the PSP.