Summary: these ea football games are good but there not great.Were not going to remember all the college and professional football games in a few years that's when you know you didn't make a superb product.Every year the graphics get better and they add a few things to ensure they get there 60 dollars from...
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.
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.
Summary: I've had the game since release and entering my 3rd year in dynasty and loving it. It is not 100% perfect but is anything, no. In my opinion the gameplay and stats are pretty accurate as far as numbers go, the game engine is solid and smooth.
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.
Summary: I don't see what the big fuse is, the only dumb part is that you have to pay for all of the new features that they added. I think this is just ridiculous seeing that the game is already almost $60 to purchase anyways.
Nice enhancements,great game as always, getting a bit tired of repetition
T. Cobb, Amazon
7 January 2010
Summary: Pros: * Crisper graphics and sound * Great addition of little things...receivers slipping, CPU receivers actually missing passes (getting one hand on the ball only, etc) and qb sometimes missing targets...so completion% in the realistic 60 percent range rather than perennially 90% as before...