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NCAA Football 11 - Playstation 3

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Everyone
111 customer reviews
Metascore: 85 / 100

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  • All-New ESPN Broadcast Package Integration
  • Real Assignment AI
  • An All-New Locomotion System
  • All-New Offensive Styles
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Feel the emotion of authentic college football more than ever with NCAA Football 11. From running the ‘no-huddle’ spread offense to walking out of the tunnel locking arms, everything you do and see will be original to your favorite school. With an all-new locomotion engine and real assignment A.I., only NCAA Football 11 gives you 120 ways to win!

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All New ESPN Broadcast package
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NCAA Football 11, the highly anticipated 2010 release in the NCAA Football franchise, returns with a focus on authenticity, innovation, and core experience. College football fans can rejoice.

NCAA Football 11 delivers unique game play and traditions for each of the 120 schools through the TruSchool system, which blends offensive styles, coaching tendencies, areas of talent, stadiums and traditions to bring the pageantry and rivalry of college football to life like never before.

New Running Mechanics
New Running Mechanics
Real assignment AI
Real assignment AI


  • All-New ESPN Broadcast Package Integration - From kickoff to the game's final play, feel like you're a part of the ESPN Game of the Week! ESPN broadcasters Kirk Herbstreit and Brad Nessler offer insights and commentary while breaking down your game, and reporter Erin Andrews provides injury reports and updates from the sidelines.

  • Real Assignment AI - From new running lanes to double-team blocking, experience the most realistic authentic offensive performance like never before!

  • An All-New Locomotion System - Your gameday experience is taken to a new level with all-new authentic running mechanics. From an explosive first step and the ability to stop momentum on a dime, to rebalancing yourself after an over-pursuit, feel what it's like to cover the field and play at the most elite level in college football.

  • All-New Offensive Styles - Run the "no-huddle" spread, triple option, wishbone, wild hog, or pistol offenses the same way as your favorite schools. Dictate the tempo of the game when running the spread as you look to the sideline for the plays, or break the huddle and study the defense at the line of scrimmage when operating a traditional, pro-style offense. The game is in your hands.

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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B00386VMWI
  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 5.4 x 15 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 13, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (111 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,636 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Travis Chaffee on July 13, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I would have to say that this is probably the most enjoyable football game to come out since the earlier NCAA Football's (i.e. 2005, 2006, 2007). There are many good changes that seem under the surface and are not extremely noticeable at first, but the quality of the game has definitely gone up for the next-gen consoles, although it's a disappointment that the next-gen versions have not caught up to the last-gen versions in terms of gameplay. This seems like it may be changing with the current iteration of NCAA Football.

Now, I'm not saying that this game surpasses the best of the NCAA Football franchise; it's just one of the best of recent times. The running style seems to be changed, which is great; the previous running style seemed extremely fake and unreal, and this one takes a step in the right direction. Jukes still don't factor in player momentum as much, but player acceleration does take a while, meaning that if a player goes from standing still to running or running one way to running the other they are forced to slow down, cut, and accelerate. This does wonders for the game. There are still some gameplay quirks, glitches, and whatnot, but that has to be taken with a grain of salt. Sometimes an option pitch will be caught by the defense when it would've been fought over or actually fumbled by the RB, and fumbles do happen more than occasionally, but the game is an obvious step up from last year's model and the year's before.

Road to Glory was not touched at all. That is a major disappointment to me :(. That was, and still is, my favorite game modes, and the fact that they payed no attention to it is sad. But the dynasty mode, especially recruiting, was taken off the hook to another level. Recruiting can be done on a PC, iPhone, iPad, probably even a Zune HD (HEY!
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By E.S. on July 19, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
First and foremost, let me state that I am a sport fanatic and that's not limited to college football. Like 99.9% of sport games available, the yearly copy is simply a rehash of the previous year's game plus a few new gimmicks (EA is obviously the King of this). I am not much a of Madden player, however, as I prefer its college counterpart because I find an enormous amount of fun in recruiting. And it's in this field that EA seems to make players' lives difficult in the sense that they make it harder than it has to be. This year, I can say with a clear conscience, recruiting has taken an ENORMOUS step in the right direction.
Let me continue my review in the form of bullets, rather than paragraph form.

-Recruiting now takes a mere 10 minutes per inquiry/pressing of a certain pitch, offering a scholarship, scheduling a visit, making a promise (which can now be done IN season), negatively recruit against another school, etc. In years past, pressing a certain pitch could take way too many minutes from your 10 hours of recruiting time.

-Recruiting takes on a game-show-like twist. Recruits will now ask you about certain pitches rather than the other way around. Once they pick a topic, you can either "make a pitch", "ask them how they feel about it", "compare to another school" (aka negative recruit), "Change the topic", "make a promise", "schedule a visit", or "offer a scholarship". I don't know if this is considered a PRO, but it's a breath of fresh air for this central cog in the game.

-You can change the "recruiting difficulty" if you don't want to keep saving and redoing certain weeks of your dynasty if a certain prospect keeps going to another school. This is nice because sometimes I don't want to lose all the 4/5 stars to the SEC...
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By T. Snyder VINE VOICE on August 4, 2010
Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
I haven't owned an NCAA Football game since probably back on the PS2, but I had read really good reviews about this game. I've played a couple weeks now and thought I'd share some of the things that I liked:

First off, the graphics are really nice. Very sleek and clean. The gameplay is fast and easy to pick up, especially if you're used to playing Madden. The time it takes to play a full game on the default settings seems pretty decent for me (ie, it won't take you an hour to knock out a game).

Next I love the customization ability on this game. You can create your own College by using EA's Teambuilder website. Pick out your stadium, pick out your uniforms (at least 50 choices there), pick out your colors, upload your own log. I love that level of customization and hope that will be a feature that EA uses in all of their sports games going forward (especially FIFA).

I like that you can also customize your players easily online in the Teambuilder site instead of using the controller. Juice up their stats. Change them all to Freshman if you like. Change their names manually or have them randomly created. If it's a common name, the announcers will pronounce it during the game commentary too.

Then you can swap your made-up school with another existing school, and start a Dynasty that goes year after year (not sure how far out it runs). You can customize your non-conference games to adjust your strength of schedule. So I must say I really love that piece of the game.

The recruiting in the Dynasty mode is a bit manually intensive though. I'm not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing. I personally kind of like it, but if you were only interested in the actual gameplaying of the dynasty, then you may be upset at how much time it requires.
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