NCAA Football 2010
the PSP graphics of NCAA football 10 is horriable its like the ps1 don't get it its not worth buying
FINALLY FOOTBALL FOR PSP WITH A CAREER MODE!!!
I LOVE THIS GAME SO SO SO MUCH FINALLY US PSP GAMERS HAVE A AMERICAN FOOTBALL GAME WITH CAREER MODE!!! (Road To Glory) I'm Just so happy EA Sports came to it To give PSP Gamers an American Football Game with Career Mode You may not be able to play as one player but this is my dream game for PSP
NCAA Football 10 PSP
This is a really good college football game for psp everything about the game is good. if you don't have it i recommend you get it .
good game liked my player mode and dynasty game and loved to play it and it was good
this game is awesome
best part is road to gorly.the season is good. nothing can be better
greattttttttttt game[it is awesome]
well my favorite part is the road to glory.you start as a high school play you do drills to get in to collage.the season is good.THE BEST GAME EVER..
Fun Collage game for football fans
when i got this game i thought i was going to be a regular football game but it is a fantastic game for people who like collage football
A Very Slow Game
I'm not sure why everyone is giving this game high ratings....maybe they did not buy the UMD version of this and downloaded it from the Playstation Store to their memory card or something. If you have the UMD version of this game, you will realize how SLOW the game is. There are almost 3-4 second pauses between each play. Even going through the menus feel slow. I have Madden 08 on PSP and it is not this slow. Yes, I know psp games tend to be a little slow but THIS is ridiculous. I traded it in at Gamestop for something else.
It could be a whole lot better, and a whole lot worse.
Well, what can I say? The game is fun and the modes are cool, but there are a ton of areas that must be worked on. Okay, I'll start with the upsides. Road to Glory is awesome most of the time and you get a lot better after each game while trying to win a ton of post-season awards. The drill thingie is pretty cool, it's kinda like mini-camp in madden 10 only the drills are a little different. Dynasty is back, but to begin the downsides, Absolutely NOTHING has changed. In Road to glory, I wish there were a bigger position variety, like, you can't play tight end or the o-line, or in special teams. The graphics didn't change much from '09 (which were arguably some of the worst graphics I've seen on the psp). This game is WAY hard in a ridiculus way. The o-line NEVER blocks, Your QB sucks at throwing the ball on the run (as in he throws an incompletion way off the mark or a pick 9 out of 10 times, AND he takes forever to get the ball off on the run), and no matter how good your reciever is, he just about never catches it, wide open or not. If they could fix all these downsides this game would be THE BOMB. So, hard core gamers that are AWESOME at stuff like this, get the game but if you're new to the psp ncaa franchise, start out with 07.
The Return (and creation) of classics
NCAA Football 2010 is a fantastic game to recover from 2009. First, the upsides. The new Road to Glory will be summarized as a classic mode for years to come. Create your player and dominate with him in his college carrer and when you're done you either get to coach a college team or export him to Madden NFL 10. Get better with each game and win postseason awards. And super sim is nice, especially in Dynasty Mode where if you don't want to do much work and win you can make sure the game doesn't get out of hand and if it does you get to take over. Spring drills are great if you want to get used to the game. Next, the downsides. In Road to Glory in games when your player is not on the field, super sim automatically comes to power which stinks if your player is injured because you don't know when he's returning. And if you're an offense guy and your simmed defense is doing horrible you can't do anything about it and vice versa. Dynasty Mode hasn't changed at all. And the graphics have barely changed since 09's (where the graphics stunk). And also in Road to Glory the CPU selects plays for you and sometimes he keeps calling play action when the defense is constantly blitzing and so it slows you down and your quarterback gets sacked 9 out of 10 times and speaking of the quarterback, he cannot throw well on the run no matter how good he is. But the upsides cover up the downsides (unless you're real picky), making this game a true classic and a game to die for. It's an excellent game especially if you are a fan of the NCAA franchise that we hope will continue to thrive.