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NCAA Football 2009 Wii Game EA

alaAverage 2.5

7 reviews

Oct, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Many are critical about the gameplay and graphics, whereas there are some mixed reviews about the controls.

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On average, users rate this product 49/100.

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EA sports have killed their wii games

 

a football game

nothing like other consoles. Rent before you buy. I cant believe EA sports are making these games for kids 6 and under. Plus horrable graphics and horrible game play

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Poor first release

 

Hopefully, the folks at EA will build off of this release and make improvements for NCAA 2010.

Includes NCAA teams. All-play feature is interesting and makes play accessible. Has potential for future releases

Future is not now. Amateur-ish graphics and overall gaming experience. No online features. Very rushed-to-market feel. All-play becomes boring very quickly

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Fun for the family

 

The graphics are not as bad as everyone says. Overall, this is a fun game for everyone to enjoy. There is a dynasty mode that is an enjoyable break from the kids.

As a college football fan and gameplayer since NCAA 97, now grown with a family, the AllPlay feature is nice. It levels the playing field so that the whole family can play together ; And I dont know if this is a pro

Without the AllPlay feature the "grown up" controls have a fairly steep learning curve ; Incredibly annoying comic-like feel to the in-game graphics ; Poor play-by-play calling

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Fun

 

If you want to see EXACTLY how it looks, watch the preview of it on the Nintendo Channel (free download on Wii shop). It's like most Wii games, graphically unimpressive but, quite addicting once you start playing it. I give it 4 stars based on how much...

It's a fun game. I am already halfway through my second season in dynasty and am really enjoying it. It supports co-op MP or vs. mode and the all-play EA uses on Wii attempts to let anyone play the game, regardless of skill (though I have yet to use...

The dynasty has been shortened to 10 seasons. I've played all 30 on others. Also, you can't export draft classes for Madden 09. Lots of kiddie stuff in it but, it isn't too distracting overall

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Absolute Rubbish!!

 

Once again, absolute rubbish!

It's a Wii game

The graphics are terrible by today's standards. The fields are bland, the stadiums have stuff in the wrong places, the crowds look like they came off of the PS1, no dynasty mode and no online play

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Mixed Feelings

 

I forgot to mention that many parts of the game look like they were designed for a two year old. Smiley faces for making certain plays? Gimme a break, EA! When will they understand that a big part of the Wii's audience is real gamers looking for...

It's certainly fun and the Wii controls make you feel a bit like you are playing the game (you pass, stiff arm, juke, snap, etc. all with hand motions) but it is definitely nothing like you are used to on other systems

The graphics are absolutely terrible... I think N64 looked better. I know the Wii isn't the most graphically advanced system in the world, but EA didn't even take the time to make remotely accurate stadiums! (Mizzou's field is missing the rock M and...

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Worst College Football game ever!

 

The pros... well... it is a college football game. I like college football games (in general)

Terrible. Completely terrible. First off, all of the previews you read about this game, even the ones that specify Wii, are wrong... this game does not have any online modes. No online dynasties, and no online roster files ; The graffics are straight...

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