NCAA Football 10
Released July, 2009
The Pros:Similar graphics quality to NCAA 09 but with major improvements and additions on animation. Authentic crowd atmosphere with actual team chants and cheer. Builds upon a solid previous release with small addition of features updated roster.
The Cons:Does not offer much major improvements over the previous iteration. Some minor yet annoying bugs (stop clock problem). Lacks the ability to create personalized plays.
NCAA Football 10 is a college football video game created by EA Canada/Tiburon and published by EA Sports on July 14th of 2009 for the Xbox 360, Playstation 2, Playstation 3, and Playstation Portable. The Xbox 360 and PS3 versions allow users to play in Dynasty mode (against the CPU) or head-to-head against others (online or via multiple controllers), whereas the other two consoles feature a customizable career mode with player progression.
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In general, NCAA Football 10 leaps beyond its predecessors (Football 8, 9) with all-new risk-reward strategic gameplay options, and a revolutionary online create-a-school TeamBuilder feature. Players can develop and build their own team and make a run for the national championship with NCAA Football 10.
According to EA Sports, “NCAA Football 10 envelopes the excitement and pageantry of college football at its best. Enhanced stadiums filled with school colors, cheerleaders and mascots bring the college atmosphere to life. Enjoy the sights of game day with new field goal nets, flags waving in the wind and camera flashes exploding during pivotal moments. With all 120 Football Bowl Subdivision schools represented in the game, NCAA Football 10 offers fans an exciting way to experience the thrill of authentic college football year-round.”
- College Football Video Game
- Dynasty Mode
- Online Gameplay
- Team Creation/Management
- Risk-Reward Strategic Gameplay
User Reviews (1)
Similar graphics quality to NCAA 09 but with major improvements and additions on animation
Authentic crowd atmosphere with actual team chants and cheer
Builds upon a solid previous release with small addition of features updated roster
Team building function has been moved online, adding a host of team customization features
Does not offer much major improvements over the previous iteration
Some minor yet annoying bugs (stop clock problem)
Lacks the ability to create personalized plays
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