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NCAA Football 2003

Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Everyone
135 customer reviews
Metascore: 91 / 100

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Catch the wave of collegiate excitement as the spirit of college football sparks up the action on the PS2. NCAA Football 2003 returns for another year of legendary rivalries, emotional upsets and unique college gridiron action. See and feel the difference that separates the pageantry of college football from the pro game. Only EA Sports delivers the tradition and spirit of college football's storied programs, with intense rivalries at 117 Division 1-A and 27 Division 1-AA schools across the country. Control all the action on the field with defensive swats, stiff-arm broken tackles, fake-out moves and much more. NCAA Football 2003-it's what college football is all about.

NCAA Football 2003 includes all of the pageantry of college football, including 200 fight songs, 3-D cheerleaders, and 117 Division I-A teams with authentic uniforms. You can personalize the game interface based on your team's fight song, mascot, logos, and school colors. Dynasty mode lets you create your own school and schedule, recruit star athletes, and redshirt athletes to develop players and build a national powerhouse. You can beat your school's archrival and win one of 23 coveted trophies. The Trophy Room lets you display up to 59 total trophies, including conference championships and individual player awards.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B000068NM6
  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 22, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (135 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,965 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Shawn M. Warswick on July 25, 2002
I've been an NCAA football fan for a long time, and this year's edition of EA's college football simulator has improved on last years if you can believe it.
First of all, let's talk about all the new bells and whistle's. EA has done a great job in bringing in the pagentry of college football by adding 3-D Cheerleaders, a trophy case, more emphasis on rivalry games, and team introductions prior to each game. Certainly these additions are not needed, but they bring the game to life and help differ NCAA from Madden or any other NFL video game.
Some other improvements I've noticed is the addition of Touchdown Jesus and the Green Jersey's for Notre Dame, more fight songs than ever, an improved Play Action Pass (it's no longer sack action), and improved A.I. on both sides of the ball. Add in a coach's report card, improved menu's in the dynasty mode, deeper dynasty stat tracking (everything from attendance at games to goals on the coach's contract are recorded), and improved commentary from the ESPN team, and you have a hit.
As far as the game play itself, it's up to the usual standards. The passing game doesn't seem to be quite as easy as last years version, due to the improved AI. The option works well and the other parts of the running game are great. I LOVE the gang tackling and once again, the improved AI is a godsend. Not perfect, but it's getting there.
Honestly, I was HIGHLY impressed with this year's version of the game. All the additions mentioned above have rounded out an already good game and made it truly great. If you love college football and video games, you can't go wrong with this one.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By C. Riker on July 25, 2002
To be honest, I was a huge fan of NCAA 2002... lots of fun and one of the few games I played for the entire year. Now that NCAA 2003 has arrived, get ready for even more fun. The new version has some nice additions. Several new mascots have beenl added including Virginia's, Maryland's, Akron's and more. Cheerleaders have been added and serve the purpose of filling in for schools that do not have mascots.
The game play is improved as well. The opposing teams defense actually picks poorly thrown passes making offense much more realistic. You used to be able to thread the needle a little top easily, that is all gone now. You, and the other team, can also pick deflected passes... another nice addition. The game play, over all, is just much faster. Players of past NCAA versions will need a couple of games to adjust to the new speed, but all-in-all the games realism has come close to perfection.
Creating your own University in Dynasty mode is also a nice touch. Naming your school, picking its colors, logo, uniforms, location, stadium are really nice features. The addition of rivalry mode is also nice, the crowd seems a little more revved and the players do as well.
As for the crowd, they actually boo when you play poorly or the other team plays well. However, you are rewarded with cheers when you perform well. Past versions had the crowd only cheering when you scored. Finally, the announcing is slightly improved as well... with long runs being called with a 30, 20, 10, 5, touchdown! Nice touch.
All-in-all the graphics are phenominal, the number of schools (117 Div. 1A schools, and several 1AA) are great, the stadium replications are perfect and the fight songs are terrific. Simply put, get this game... design your own out of conference schedule and lead your boys to the National title... Run out and get it now!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 26, 2002
...I did not think EA could improve upon NCAA Football 2002. Well, EA has proven me wrong once again. There's simply not a flaw in this game. All the new animations, AI, and band cadences are fantastic. For instance, the drum solos in the middle of plays make the atmosphere all the more realistic. The pass defense has been tweaked to frustrating perfection...we now have to read the defense in mid-play instead of choosing a receiver to throw to before the snap. And don't get me started on the beauty of the juke move. Finally, my favorite gameplay addition. After years of screaming at my TV after another sack, play-action passes are now just that. They're no longer play-action SACK, like they were in 2002. Kudos to EA for tweaking their weaknesses. Finally, the revamped dynasty mode is awesome. I love the ability to tweak my own non-conference scheldule so I can play either powerhouses or cupcakes. The rivalry mode and trophy room option is a great way to lose a friendship after an overtime michigan/ohio state game. This is the best college football game ever made. Buy it. And buy it now.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 18, 2002
Let me agree with everyone else and say that this is a fantastic game -- quite possibly the best college football sim ever. Sure, there are unrealistic moments, but c'mon ya'll -- it's a video game. The game is fun.
Lots of nice touches in the game, and lots of improvements as well. Finally, a HB screen that plays like a real screen play -- the halfback stops and turns, waiting for the pass -- unlike before where the back would just keep bolting down the field. Gang tackling is very cool. I still think it's a little too easy to gain four or five yards with the run. The passing game is good, the AI pass defense is improved.
The cheerleaders are a good touch. The team prestige rating is pretty cool in Dynasty Mode. (You have to earn the respect of the polls and the fans, as well as maybe not having your games televised.) The Mascot Game is silly, but fun. I couldn't bring myself to play an entire game though. Maybe too silly.
I really want to give this game five stars, but I'm running into a problem -- the game will ocassionally freeze. Wouldn't be THAT big of a deal, except for the fact that you cannot save during a game (at least in season/dynasty modes). So if the game seizes up in the fourth quarter against #1 Miami, and you've got the lead -- well, you're hosed. Searching around the net, I've found I'm not alone on this either -- it seems to be a widespread problem. The symptoms are pretty clear that it's about to happen too -- all of a sudden, the game announcers "leave the booth" (they stop talking). After a few plays, or if you hit the Start button, the game will just stop. At that point, only "Reset" on the console works. Yes, it's a headache.
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