Your quest for the Heisman Trophy begins with NCAA Football 06. Create an Impact Player and lead him from high school summer camp all the way to Bowl victories as a collegiate legend. With all-new Breakaway Controls, in-game analysis, and studio commentary, this is college football like you’ve never seen or heard. Get your acceptance speech ready -- the Heisman Trophy presentation awaits you in NCAA Football 06.
Overall User Average: 8.50 / 10 (88.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 8.50 / 10
Graphics User Average: 8.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 7.50 / 10mattgame
Date reviewed: October 6, 2005.
Overall: NCAA is the little brother of Madden. NCAA is just as good as it's little brother and in some aspects it may even be better. The problem is it just hasn't matured as much as older brother to actually be better. NCAA is a great football. It tries desperately tog Ive the gamer the old college spirit. And do ya know what? It does! My only gripe is that the game is like having 2004, or 2005, with only a very few tweaks. Gameplay: I am not going to insult the Xboxaddict with typical gameplay dribble about a football game. We all know by now what that entails. What I will give you is my opinion of all of the differences this new year has added. "Insert crickets here" C'mon EA, give us what we need! You have the foundations now build on it. The only thing that I notice is the juke stick. I love it. I mean we deserve more than that EA. Graphics: The same as last year. Maybe a few more polys but that's it. And I mean that's it. Again this almost seems like this game was treated like the kid who is about to toss his cookies in your house, just please hurry up and get out, go, get out, go! Sound: Same old same old. same commentary with a few additions, same football sounds. There's nothing to hear here people keep it moving! Suggestions: EA you must do better than this. Stop it. See my suggestion for Madden. Don't test the consumer, you will eventually fail. The ugly truth: it's still a very good game, it just could be so much better.
Overall: I've always loved the NCAA football games if not just for the fact that they let me play as college teams. The fact that the games are always top notch in terms of gameplay, graphics and every thing else also helps a lot too. THis year's version is no different. The gameplay is still great, the graphics are improved, and just about everything about this game is great. Gameplay: The gameplay is, like usual, great. The new Race for the Heisman mode is a lot of fun, and the classic modes such as dynasty and regular games are just as fun as usual. THe new features seem to work well with the game. The only problem I found is that if you have a fast running back, he can completely dominate the game by running it to the outside. But overall, the gameplay gets an A+ without a doubt. Graphics: The graphics are improved from last year's game (as they should be). The player models look very good, as does the field. Most of the stadiums that I played in looked pretty similar to their real-life counterparts, which was also a big plus. Sound: Good sound overall, not great, but good. Some of the commentating got very repetitive, which always seems to be the problem with sports games. The commentators were good though, which is, of course, a good thing.
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