Summary: I picked up a copy of this for a dollar and want my money back! Many features are tied to EA servers that are no longer accessible (F U EA) so what you are left with is a game with fewer features than early PS2 NCAA football games. What still does work is a game where everything feels predetermined.
Summary: In comparison to 2010, I think that it is consistent with the past year's games. The gameplay seems more fluent especially the running. the recruiting is amp'd up a little and still remains fun. If you are looking for a 180 degree improvement from the previous year's titles then this is not the game for you. As in years past this title seems the same as far as graphics, game modes and basic game play.
Summary: I merely bought this game to complete my collection of NCAA games. Little did I know I would be getting one of my favorite NCAA games yet. It's a nice transition between NCAA 10 and NCAA 12. It features quality features from both eras of the franchise. Although a lot is unplayable now because EA decided to shutdown their servers, it is still a very enjoyable game.
Summary: The graphics are slightly refined in this game, but nothing dramatic. Dynasty has not been altered much, but Recruiting has been tweaked. Now, the phone calls to recruits bring up topics randomly, & you have to determine how you want to handle it (ex. make a strong pitch, change the topic, etc). Not sure yet how I feel about it, but first time through it feels less laborious and predictable, so I think it will be better.
Summary: Overall I found the college football feel better than madden, and for this low of a price this really can't be beat. Graphics are greater than expected and gameplay has me turning the Xbox back on , laying back enjoying a humerous mascot game or becoming a champion through the road to glory (superstar mode).