Summary: great football game except i wish it had the inclusion of more FCS divison teams like montana and montana state ncaa football hasnt had FCS teams since there 05 version. that's my only disapointment with this game the controls are good, the graphics are good this version is probably better then the...
Summary: Can you believe we are in the 20th year of Madden? I can't considering the game has been coming out longer than I've been alive. Well anyway here is the review of Madden NFL 2009. I'll start with the most important part of the game first. The gameplay. The gameplay is really fun.
Summary: Fun game. In depth Dynasty mode. With the addition of the Online Dynasty the games is taken to a whole new level. Sound quality is average, and voice work is so-so. New animations are good, and graphics are "okay".
Summary: The game is very well put together. The graphics and gameplay are not as good as Madden 09, but they are better than both 08 EA Sports football games. You are most likely buying this game to purchase a college football game because Madden 09 is a better play overall.
Summary: NCAA Football 09 brings all-new football action to the xbox 360. The game unveils the Break Away Animation Engine, which allows gamers to break in and out of moves giving the user more direct control as well as instant influence and responsiveness on the field.
Summary: NCAA 09 for XBox 360 has improved in overall game play but it is missing some crucial features. The tackles and animation are pretty strong. I enjoy watching receivers make catches near the sideline and reach out of bounds to catch the ball.
Summary: First off, I went from playing NCAA on last gen systems to playing the 09 version on a next gen. With that said, I still see a ton of similarities between the two. A ton of the animations and the commentary haven't changed. Recruiting is a lot easier, but is still relatively annoying to do.
Summary: This game is tons of fun but some of the animations are still off a bit. The QB runs funny and the sprinting needs work. Catching the ball near the sideline and not being able to control the receiver, watching him turn up field and go out of bounds is still annoying.