Summary: Just like all of EAs other sports games so far, NCAA Footballs first appearance on the Xbox 360 will go down in history as a disappointment. It isnt a bad game and it looks great and plays just fine, but there is just no logic behind charging $10 extra for a game with less features.
Conclusion: While the Xbox 360 version doesn’t pack the same amount of features or overall depth that the Xbox version does it’s still a truly next-gen football offering that is definitely worth your time and money.
Excerpt: Every year at about this time we end up with another slate of sports titles. NCAA Football 2007's time has come yet again, and is it the football game we've all dreamed of, or is it not worth the time of day? The answer to that question depends on what system you own.
Conclusion: Also you will require to play one college season to export to Madden 07 to obtain Madden 07 “Import Draft Class” Achievement Final Thoughts: In comparison to Madden 07, this game offers a bit more gaming options.
Conclusion: The game is good. An easy and fun game to play, with a few extra’s thrown into the mix. Repetition diminishes some of that fun, but if you are a football fan, and love playing games like this, this is the game for you!
Series charges on and scores again; tweens and up.
Common Sense Media
15 July 2007
Summary: Parents need to know that this game features some controls that might be too complex for young players. Players experience some of the roughness of the sport, like hard tackles, but those who celebrate big plays too much will be penalized. The game includes ads from real-life companies.
Summary: While the game has good controls, as well as great sound and addictive gameplay, the vital 'Campus Legend' feature is suprisingly missing from the Xbox 360 version. Even without its inclusion, and lack of four player gameplay on a single Xbox, NCAA Football 07 is still a solid game.
Excerpt: Technically, this NCAA is one of the best yet. The momentum system has been revamped to be a bit more fair and less dominating. Instead of rapidly pressing a button to try and hype up the crowd, your momentum depends on your performance, just like in real life.