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: Well EA has done it again, a great game with great graphics and gameplay. The dynasty mode is great with all the recruting pitches you can use for different players that are in the area or maybe far away. One of the downsides is that there was no game play put in for creating your own athlete and going through as the individual player and making big plays. Other than that I would recommend for just the dynasty mode.
Summary: My son wanted to get this game after playing the XBOX (not 360) version that his cousin had. Unfortunately the 360 version did not have some of the cool features that the XBOX version had. He was very disappointed. Next time I'll be sure to check the product features and hopefully will catch any discrepancies. Of course this does not keep him from playing and enjoying the game but we didn't buy a 360 to get "less" features!
Summary: I realize that with only a little more than a month before the 2008 version comes out, this review is coming a little late, but I just had to throw in my two cents (which is what this game should have cost). When this game came out last July I was so excited to get it, that I went to Target at 9:00 in the morning the day it came out,something I've never done for any game. Disappointing, is a major understatement for this game.
Summary: When I rented this game unfortunately I only knew number 10(Troy Smith). I thought because I hadn't kept up with my collage players it was hurting my game experiance, but I was wrong. There is absolutely nothing to do in this game. Even though I did not enjoy renting this game I still thought that the graphics were great and the players looked really life like.
Summary: I have been a huge fan of the EA sports' NCAA football series for as long as they've been around. I have purchased ATLEAST 1 copy of every year's release since 2002, most of those were preorders so I could play the day it came out. I own this game for Playstation 2 and enjoy it as much as any of the other releases, the Xbox 360 version is another story. This game has so many glitches it is basically a game of luck instead of skill.