gamers (100%) found this review helpful
I actually bought this game myself for 59 bucks and love it. I always buy the NCAA Football games every year. This year was no disappointment. The player ratings are pretty accurate, as always, but Florida's are a bit exaggerated. (Backup QB John Brantley overall 89). The achievements are relatively easy and shouldn't be too much of a pain. Some complaints are that the Heisman difficulty is impossible to pass on, meaning that they intercept nearly every pass. There are too many penalties, especially on long runs, and there is the same bland commentary from year to year, but that is no big surprise. Overall this game is a great buy and any football fan should check it out!
posted by KayotixTX (CANYON LAKE, TX) Jul 14, 2009
Member since Nov 2008
gamers (84%) found this review helpful
Solid football experience once again this year in NCAA 10, graphics are good but maybe not enough of a change from last years version for some folks. Game plays a little faster than last years it seems and some of the sliders dont seem to make much of a difference but i hear there is a patch coming out to fix that issue.
AI is very smart and adapts to your play calling and they also mix up their play calling as well so its not all pass, pass,pass. Only big gripe i have so far is the O-line is pretty much a brick wall when it comes to the pass rush....nobody can get by it seems like. (i also hear its being patched).
Presentation is good again and the NCAA "feeling" is all over this game which is a good thing. This is the football fix i needed and will get me to Aug when Madden is released :)
Solid game with a few flaws but if you can look past those (which isnt that bad) than give this game a shot. If your a college football fan then its a no brainer to play this game.
gamers (78%) found this review helpful
You cant use create a team without buying "download slots"!!!
They want $10 dollars for allowing you to download a team that you created. This makes this a horrible game to rent if you want to use one of its biggest features. There is no reason to charge an extra $10 for an imaginary "download slot" that is actually on YOUR hard drive!