Summary: The Road to Glory was really fun.The graphics are ok. There not like COD MW3 but decent. The regular games are cool. But they dont make you want to keep coming back to it over and over. Overall fun game.
Summary: Too many positives, so I'll leave those alone. My only negatives are: 1) Unreal interceptions. Linebackers playing their zone and leaping into the air to snag a pass for a receiver ten yards or more behind him is annoying. It happens every once in awhile. I can understand if a receiver is by him, but in some cases, he's fifteen yards away and the LB gets a jet pack and snags it. 2) The computer will come back if it's within 17 points, unless it's an terrible team.
Summary: This is a great game. Although after having it for 2 years it is still fun. After a while it gets boring but the gameplay is amzing. the graphics are just good compared to 11 but if u dont have it there still great. If u have 11 there is really no point in getting because they r very similar u could still get it. Overall id give it a 9.5 out of 10 (cause the graphics). The only thing is there arent as many mascots as i wished for mascot mashup.
Summary: I bought this game in order to upgrade from NCAA Football 09, and I love this game. I really like the changes that they made during the game and some of the new achievements as well as the features that they introduced into this new game. If your looking for a good college football game I highly recommend this game.
Summary: I read quite a few of the other reviews and many were from the perspective of 09, 08, 07, etc, owners who seemed to be writing their reviews relative to those other games. That's definitely useful to many readers. But, they weren't useful to me because I've never owned an NCAA FB game and haven't played a console football game since the early Madden days on the PS1.
Summary: They addressed two big issues with '09: the complete absence of pass and kick coverage (regardless of the sliders). Now, you can manipulate the sliders to get a somewhat realistic pass completion % for the CPU and kicks don't get returned 50 yards each time. Everything else is similar to '09, though the ability to re-arrange conferences is a welcome return (get Penn State in the Big East where they belong!).
Summary: I really hate doing reviews for these games because I have to contradict almost every other review by someone who has no concept of what playing a football game is really about. These people want everything given to them on a silver platter meaning if I dont have the option to make my football team a bunch of power rangers that always wins I'm gonna go on Amazon and write a review whining about how I wasted my money again this year on this game and how EA sports is doing...
Summary: Much more depth and replay value than Madden. For starters, the NCAA '10 "career" modes of Dynasty and Online Dynasty are much more fulfilling than Madden's. You can control everything down to recruiting such as who to offer scholarships to. Also, the Season Showdown feature is awesome. You represent for your favorite school, and compete against gamers representing your school's real-life opponent that week.