Excerpt: By Alex Machuca I was ecstatic when EA announced they would be bringing their NCAA Football franchise back to Nintendo consoles. For those unaware, after the 2005 update, EA pulled the plug on any subsequent future releases on the GameCube, which meant GameCube only owners like myself would either be forced to buy a new system to quench our college football gaming thirsts, or hope that one day the series would again be announced for our platform.
Solid yet disappointing sequel to football series.
Common Sense Media
4 December 2008
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a college football game attempting to authentically replicate the NCAA atmosphere. The game contains a large dose of advertising from companies like Old Spice. It is playable online , a feature Common Sense Media doesn't recommend for kids under age 12.
Conclusion: In the end, NCAA Football 09 All-Play is a weak attempt at making college football more accessible to the much-exaggerated, casual Wii demographic. Most players will find this game utterly dull and a waste of their time and money. This is a title that should only be purchased for very young gamers. Everyone else is considered warned.