NCAA Football 11
I bought NCAA 11, after seeing the commercials and trailers that it had improved on graphics and added some new gameplay.......but i was dead wrong. All it is, is NCAA 10 with new and updated rosters.....If i would of known this I never would of gotten this game. The gameplay and graphics are all the same as the previous years. I am a big fan of the EA Sports NCAA games they put out, but they are putting out the same thing every year. When are they going to put out something we haven't seen before in a game. I love playing the game but I am just disappointed that they haven't changed at all from the last couple years. If you don't have a college football game...save some money and buy NCAA 10 the only thing you'll miss out on is the roster update.
better 4 ps2
ok,the ncaa football 11 on ps2 needs to be alot harder like xbox360,ps3.it needs better zone Def play on D like 05 did.the gameplay is ok.its needs better pass blocking,run blocking they do not pass block at all against the 3-3-5 Def-ss dog,no matter what u do b4 the play.120 ways to win needs to be on the game.and 4 some reason u can jam the Wide outs every play.now you dont see that on saturday.the oline needs to do a better job getting to the next level on run blocks.o yea needs oline drills on the game.fix all of that u will have a better game this year.
I have an idea
last years game was nice but the cleats i mean the stlye was ugly and only one companys logo showed (NIKE) there are other you could of shown like underarmor reebok or addis and stop with those squre-lookin cleats and he jerseys the fans were wearng was awful and teams with two clors there secondary olor was the color the player wear like florida colors was blue and orange orange was the the color of the players gloves and cleats were white and orange or black and orange and stop with ugly grey gloves like seriously they awful
an average game. unless you have to have updated rosters, or just want to have every game, do not buy it. it is a fun game but is an exact copy of last year's game!!!! all that is different is updated rosters and a new cover. gameplay is fun and very easy. graphics are very bad again. road to glory is fun but needs a couple little changes. this game is good but not worth the price.
This game is good, but EA always makes the PS2 gameplay and graphics worse than all of the other systems it is on. I have played this game on XBOX 360 and it is WAY better than PS2. The Ps2 makes it fun with dynasty mode and classic teams. And if you are in dynasty they will have a heisman trophy presentation special. (if u r in the heisman running)
the same as always...
This game is always the same every single year. the only different thing is rosters. i bought this bcuz i love denard robinson and had to play him. dynasty goes slow ecspecially the offseason, and whenever you create a prospect he never goes to the school you are at unless you at a top-notch school.
I wonder when there gonna put more fcs teams in the game like lehigh, lafayette and other programs that can play and i like how for the xbox 360 u go through a high school state tournament and only choose a school that offers a scholarship but for the ps2 you just go through drills and get to choose what school u want to go to
know what would be cool if EA added it in future games, the spring game football teams have before the season. The only thing EA puts in thats close is a scrimmage, or else you have to pick the same team against each other, but still, it would be cool if they added it.
is it better
Hopfully NCAA11 is better than 10 or 09 becuase after a while it starts to frezze and the doormrooms are both always the same in both years i just whant diffrent rooms becuase old room are really boring.The third year and the fourth year doormroom are the same and it is really stupid becuase they are the same.
Gonna be a great game
I can't wait til this game comes out because of the fact I'll be able to play a game with the Louisville Cardinals the way they play in real life. I'm also looking forward to all the commentary from Kirk Herbstreit, Brad Nessler, and Erin Andrews.