Summary: The other day I was playing this game with my brother. We started off our game at night in Boise. About halfway through the second quarter, I thought I noticed a lighting change, so we watched the instant replay. Sure enough, the night had changed instantly into day. Pat White might be able to juke some tough players, but he isn't God. When he drops back the sun doesn't change.
Summary: The 08 version of NCAA introduces some new features that will be awesome when they go back to testing the product. I love the highlight feature and the ESPN look and feel, but the controls and frame-rate are a really sluggish. My main complaint with the controls is that the animations take far too long to run their course. Just a bunch of big, slow players performing long,canned jukes. The worst aspect of the game is the turnovers..
No way this game is worth 60 bucks....it's not even worth 2 stars
Andrew Butzke "SKIBESNDFI", Amazon
22 July 2007
Summary: How can you say this is the best to date lol. The game is choppy, the players are all gigantic, they look like they are jogging instead of sprinting, and your player can turn on a dime in any direction. The graphics have gone downhill as well as the game play. Not only that, EA has taken everything good from 06 out. There is no create a team, no 1AA teams, no intros, no custom playbook, no crowd, they gutted the thing.