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NCAA Football 2006

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NCAA Football 06

The Armchair Empire
23 August 2005
  • Conclusion: with a Heisman Trophy selection, you can import your now-legendary doppelganger into Madden NFL 06. In Race for the Heisman mode, you start by trying out in drills (at a position you select beforehand) under the watchful eyes of college football coaches. Depending on how well you do in those drills, you'll be offered a scholarship. If you don't like any of the schools willing to hand off a scholarship, you can go to the school of your choice as a walk-on.
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

Game Over Online
8 August 2005
  • Excerpt: In previous years, most of this centered on EA’s popular Madden vs. NCAA football franchises, with the NCAA often cited as Madden’s little brother. Recent improvements in NCAA’s development have not only started to dispel this concept, but give its professional “sibling” a run for its money. The latest version, NCAA Football 06, proves that the school game has definitely grown up and is ready for the big time.
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Overall 9
9.0

NCAA Football 06

Operation Sports
11 July 2005
  • Excerpt: ushers in a whole new era in sports games. After a winter (and spring) of discontent on message boards everywhere, EA now has the chance to prove that buying the exclusive rights to both the NFL and NCAA Football won't cause a problem for sports gamers.
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Conflict: Desert Storm

DarkStation
18 October 2002
  • Conclusion: If Conflict: Desert Storm is any indication, then Gotham Games is going to quickly become one of the premiere game publishers. It already has in my book. I don’t usually like squad-based action games, but Conflict is so much fun that it has actually sparked my interest in the genre. Don’t be intimidated by the complexity of controlling a squad — this game is deep, but not to the point where you’ll be scratching your head, wondering what in the world to do next.
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