Summary: I understand that to make a more realistic game, that players should have some inconsistencies. However, in playing this game quite a bit, it is ultimately too inconsistent to provide a realistic football experience.
it didn't cost much but it had very very bad scratches, it would not even began to play
ronnie taylor, Amazon
9 November 2011
Summary: This Game should have never been sold,it didn't cost much but it had very very bad scratches,it would not even began to play,you could see the scratches from ten feet away,what a rip off, giving me another is one thing but even selling that to the public is just wrong.
Summary: This is a fun game which is rehashed year after year. You keep expecting to see major improvements in graphics etc, but you dont. Cons:The release version of this game was very buggy, which is completely unacceptable. Linebackers jump unrealistically in the air to knock passes down.
Summary: Been buying NCAA every year since 2000 but next year the tradition will end.. why? Because with this year's game, EA has shown that they not only don't care about the consumer, but they don't care about putting out a quality product anymore.
Summary: Where to begin? OK, before you all "dislike" my review, let me state my NCAA credentials. I have owned almost every iteration of NCAA football from EA sports since 2002. That's ten years of NCAA experience.
Summary: I cannot recommend highly enough the degree to which you should stay away from this game. The AI is just pathetic. I have played a few dozen games and I am always scratching my head. My currently player is a running back at Miami.