Summary: NCAA Football 10 picks up right where 09 left off. The game adds some new play mechanics, and makes it a lot easier for casual fans to pick up with micro-transactions and the Family Play mode.
Conclusion: Concept: The TeamBuilder is the big feature here, but some small additions take the gameplay a step forward
Graphics: Player models are essentially the same, but the animations are blended better to make the game smoother overall
Sound: Somebody needs to stuff Lee Corso's mouth with a sweaty jock...
Conclusion: Achievement Level: Moderate (Depends on how much time you're willing to sink your teeth into this game for 1000g) Last year I would have given NCAA 09 a 8/10, this year's title, I feel is much improved over the last, I personally like it much better than Madden 09 and it's score is much deserved.
Excerpt: NCAA Football has been a fan favorite for years and has provided an action packed college football experience. The college football series has always included depth and gameplay that Madden couldn’t compete with. That doesn’t always make for a better game, however.
Summary: NCAA returns to the gridiron equipped with many positive gameplay changes. TeamBuilder is the best creation system yet, the revamped blocking mechanics make playing a defensive lineman fun again, players finally negotiate sidelines correctly, and the improved dueling between receivers and the...
Conclusion: �NCAA Football 10� isn�t an earth shattering game, but is still very, very fun. For someone like myself who never watches football at all, it does a great job at sucking me in to the experience and leaving me thoroughly entertained.
Excerpt: College football has always been more like rock‘em sock‘em robots rather than a strategic football game. Players are running all the over field which leads to less control and an overall feel of spastic gameplay.
Conclusion: Overall, Team Builder and Season Showdown really make the game worth the money. Yes, it is a roster update. Yes, the mechanics appear to be 95% identical to ’09. But yes, it is worth the price if you are a fan of college football.
Summary: Fans'll love it. Gamers not familiar with the series will also find plenty to sink their teeth into. While not revolutionary by any stretch,
NCAA Football 10
should satisfy football aficionados until
rolls around in August.
Pros: More of what you love; easy for newbies to pick up
Cons: Waaay too much deja vu; defensive AI still needs improvement