Summary: NCAA Football 07 is good on the Xbox version but the Xbox 360 game is way better than ever, Realistic college football stadiums, mascots and awesome atmosphere of the pageantry of NCAA Football.
Summary: every day I go home and play this game it has all the teams like ALABAMA THE MUSTANGS AND LSU its great so buy it at your local gamestop I recommend this game the ref is annoying but its great I have only lost 1 time so go get the game
Summary: I know this game is old, but it is not fun. graphics are very bad. gameplay is average. sound is not good. this game and ncaa 06 both had career mode on the playstation 2. but not on xbox 360. franchise mode is not too much fun. I thought the xbox 360 was better than the playstation 2!!!! not this year, I guess.
Summary: Walking into a big college-football stadium for the first time is unlike any experience in big-time sports. A few steps into Neyland Stadium in Knoxville or The Swamp down in Gainesville, and you're overwhelmed by the color, the pageantry, and the pounding, throbbing, nonstop hum of the crowd, the band, and the overhead announcer. That very first time, well, you just don't forget it.
Summary: I care about the UI: I want the computer to be realistic, competitive, and logical. I do not care about mini-games, cheerleaders, or cutaway shots. For this reason, I can't play 2009 (see my review) because pass coverage does not exist, kick coverage does not exist, and the in-season recruiting sucks all the joy of that aspect. On a whim, I paid $10 for 2007, and it is money well spent.
Summary: I bought this game for the achievements and to easily import a draft class into my Madden 07 game (also for an achievement). This game gave me problems when trying to unlock achievements in that I would often meet the requirements but it wouldn't unlock right away. Once it even unlocked during my next game when I did NOT meet the requirements. And completing 60 years of dynasty is a ridiculous achievement and only obtained by the hardcore achievement hunters.