Summary: the Season Showdown feature of the game is awesome. You represent for your favorite school, and compete against gamers representing your school's real life opponent that week. You earn points for your school by playing & winning, and at the end of the season there will be a playoff and a championship for the schools. That is just awesome.
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: This is a very fun game. It has road to glory which simulates your high school season to picking your college, you can win the major college awards and upload your superstar to madden10. This is a very good game.
Summary: For a College Football lover this is the game to have. I have owned several and this is the best one to date. I have not played the 11 version. There is very little to dislike about the game other than the background music can get annoying. There are 119 teams and they only play a few "fight songs" over and over. It would be nice if EA could expand on the commentary as well.
Summary: I figured testing NCAA Football 10 early was the only way to know if it had a chance of coming together as well as it appeared to be on paper—its feature list is impressive, even when compared to last year’s NCAA Football title. Enter the Backyard Brawl. Big East followers know what it is: The yearly contest between Pitt and West Virginia; two schools separated by about an hour’s worth of driving time.
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.
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.