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NCAA Football 10 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
64 customer reviews
Metascore: 83 / 100
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  • Practicing against an opponent's playbook during the week with up to 10 plays on offense in order to increase your chances against live competition.
  • Experience the all-new Season Showdown, a career mode that includes Web-based games and a trivia challenges that sets players on the road to capturing the Heisman Trophy.
  • The EA Sports TeamBuilder that allows you to build your favorite FCS, historical, or high school teams, and share them with the rest of the nation.
  • An all-new play calling system featuring simplified game controls and playbooks makes NCAA Football 09 the most accessible college football game ever.
  • Running back comboand other moves that allow you to set defenders like never before by stringing together multiple moves, including jukes, spins, and stiff arms.
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Platform: Xbox 360

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Electronic Arts NCAA Football 10 for XBox 360Settle who's number one in the college game once and for all with EA Sports NCAA Football 10. With the eyes of college football upon you, players begin their road to glory in a fully customizable career mode featuringplayer progression, and authentic college football atmospheres. Against your biggest rivals and during the biggest games, seize the day and bust out big-time performances week in and week out to makeyour case for winning the Heisman Trophy.Features:* Practicing against an opponent's playbook during the week with up to 10 plays on offensein order to increase your chances against live competition.* Experience the all-new Season Showdown, a career mode that includes Web-based games and a trivia challenges that sets players on the road to capturing the Heisman Trophy.* The EA Sports TeamBuilder that allows you to build your favorite FCS, historical, or high school teams, and share them with the rest of the nation.* An all-new play calling system featuring simplified game controls and playbooks makes NCAA Football 09 the most accessible college football game ever.* Running back comboand other moves that allow you to set defenders like never before by stringing together multiple moves, including jukes, spins, and stiff arms.

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Settle who’s number one in the college game once and for all with EA Sports NCAA Football 10. With the eyes of college football upon you, players begin their road to glory in a fully customizable career mode featuring player progression, and authentic college football atmospheres. Against your biggest rivals and during the biggest games, seize the day and bust out big-time performances week in and week out to make your case for winning the Heisman Trophy.

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From controlling a player’s overall progression, to controlling the pace of a game, make an historic run for glory with NCAA Football 10.

All-New Season Showdown
Loyalty. Teamwork. Sportsmanship. Pride. These are the values that determine which school takes home the first-ever Season Showdown National Championship. With bragging rights on the line, earn credits for your favorite school by competing online or against the CPU, or visiting seasonshowdown.easports.com where you can earn credits during web-based games, including the all-new EA Sports Trivia Challenge.

All-New EA Sports TeamBuilder
With the deepest and most innovative Create-a-School mode ever, NCAA Football 10 allows you to build your favorite FCS, historical, or high school teams, and share them with the rest of the nation. A revolutionary web-based editor, TeamBuilder allows players to alter everything from your logo and school colors to the ratings of your third-string left tackle, and when you have your team just the way you want it you can share it online within or across Xbox 360 and PS3 gaming platforms.

All-New Strategic Playcalling
Enjoy full control of your squad and keep your opponents guessing as you set them up by successfully running similar plays out of the same formation. In addition, as the defenders, or the offense adjust to your success, fool them with play-action, misdirection, or double moves. The playcall menu is available at anytime and allows you to select aggressive, balanced, or conservative play styles for every aspect of football.

New Game Planning
Dictate the action by adjusting 11 different strategic conditions that have a direct impact on how your team performs. From opening up bigger running lanes, which increase the risk of holding penalties, to pressing the coverage with your defensive backs at the risk giving up the big play, each choice can make or break any given play.


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Pass rushing in 'NCAA Football 10'
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Running the ball in 'NCAA Football 10'
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Season Showdown screen from 'NCAA Football 10'
Season Showdown.
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Injury alert screen in 'NCAA Football 10'
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Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B001S86IRW
  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 14, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,909 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Look, I love the franchise. I've picked it up like a loyal lad every single year it's been available. Like so many others, every year I have some small amount of misguided faith that perhaps the serious issues that have plagued the title in the past have been addressed. Like so many others, every year I find myself disappointed once I realize that behind some fluff, the same limitations, bugs and flaws are still present.

I suppose that's not entirely fair. Things do get fixed, but for every step in the right direction, new problems (problems that should NEVER get past a reasonable amount of testing and QA) present themselves. So sure, defenders take better angles this year, and now HB screens are only crazily effective rather than unstoppable. Sure, QB sneaks now see the signal callers just sort of slumping forwards like they're having a cardiac event, which has "fixed" rampant abuse of the same in years past. Sure, they don't call the same plays over and over and over again (like a bomb out of shotgun on 4th and short) in modes like Road to Glory anymore. I appreciate all of this work.

What I don't appreciate is that every single time the AI completes a long play and then hurries to snap the ball, I'm called for offsides because my slow plodding DLmen haven't made it across the line of scrimmage yet (in the real world, they can't snap the ball until it's been set by the officials). I don't appreciate that the rosters aren't just hosed, but they're comically hosed, like someone somewhere just assumed that casuals wouldn't care, and the nutty hard-core types would just be tweaking them anyway. I don't appreciate canned animations being stacked on top of canned animations, rather than having real physics introduced.

Another year, and more fluff.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Just Another Poster on July 16, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
**I deleted my original review so that I could give a more accurate star rating after further play (original star ratings were 4 stars for fun and 3 stars for overall)**

I will start by saying that the base gameplay is fine. It usually is minus a few annoying glitches, but the glitches have never made the game unplayable.

EA Sports has pushed me to an every other year update purchase plan due to lack of ground breaking features and addons. As others have said, they take away excellent features so they can add them back in later as new. That being said I had never played NCAA Football 09 and therefore do not know what has been updated/fixed from that version.

At first I was really impressed with TeamBuilder. This feature was excellent as it kept me from having to type information with a controller and allowed a lot of customization for a custom team (you can even create your own team logo!). You can also share your custom created teams with whomever you please.

This was a great feature, until I became aware that you have to be connected to the internet in order to use your custom created team. EA is either so adament about combating piracy or is so deep in bed with Microsoft that they add most features to their games that require a Gold subscription on Live to use (features that should have NO reliance on Live [statement is based on a different review]) that they decided to keep all your created teams on their servers. This means that if you don't have an internet connection your team will not be available to play with.

Another major iritant while playing this game was seeing EA's use of DLC. Yet again, they have decided to sell what is essentially cheats as DLC.
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34 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Kv on July 18, 2009
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
My biggest complaint this year is that EA has decided to leave game content disabled until you pay for it online with M$ points. Each page I go into I think "that looks like a cool new feature" but am disappointed to learn it is only a cool new feature for those who want to pay money to unlock it. I pay good money to get the game to begin with and now i have to play a dumbed down version--as if [...] for a game was not enough already!

You can still play the game without the unlocked features, you just won't be as effective in recruiting in dynasty mode. It would definitely give a huge advantage to online dynasties so i would imagine if you want to be competitive online you have to shell out an extra chunk of change.

As far as the game play goes, it appears to be improved. The new animations are much much better than versions in the past find my self enjoying the game when i play. The computer is still almost impossible to stop and your offensive line does nothing for you in way of a running game, but the football portion is still fun.

The rest is still the same as years before. Which again brings me back to why I am upset. Why am I paying [...] for a game that provides little in way of anything really new, other than items you have to pay to unlock? The updated rosters you would think are a step up but as it turns out there was a snafu and they put the wrong rosters on the game disk. So they couldn't even get that right. Though I'm sure this will be patched, it reveals EA's opinion of us their fans. We are nothing more than a dollar sign. With EA it is all about how much extra coin they can squeeze out of us. Examine the review of each of their recent releases and you see the same theme. Spore, Sims 3, and I'm sure Madden 2010 will have much of the same.
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