Conclusion: A very simple (perhaps a bit too simple looking) meter gives feedback as to how the game is being paced, as does the pop-in coaching tips which, if followed, will lead to more success on the court.
Conclusion: Great for you ESPN FREAK, LIKE me, the music for the opening game is great but the gameplay is a little rough, but dickey v and brad nessler have great commentating and also its a easy 740 gamerscore so i hoe everyone enjoy the game, ncaa basketball is 10 x better than this game its also a easy 750...
College hoops franchise could use a little schooling.
Common Sense Media
6 April 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a straightforward simulation of college basketball. Players can manage their favorite collegiate teams on the road to a national championship. The game is playable online, a feature Common Sense Media does not recommend for children under the age of 12.
Conclusion: Perhaps if you're a big fan of having the success of your scoring attempts decided randomly, or you enjoy being able to not really do much to defend against your opponent, then this game will be your cup of tea, as it seems to capture the stultifying world of basketball well, but any fan of true...
Conclusion: A polished game overall that falls victim to crimes of the past. Every basketball installment from EA in this next-gen era of video gaming gives up a bit of improvement with the essential roster update. However, they fail to fix the ultimate mistake of all of those games.
Excerpt: The series formerly known as March Madness has ditched the long-running title in favor of an early December debut, borrowing more than a few ideas from its pro hoops counterpart, NBA Live, in the process.
Excerpt: NCAA Basketball 09 made some big improvements on last year’s March Madness edition. However these additions opened the door to new problems. On offense you will notice the difficulty of using the quick-hit moves.