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NCAA Basketball 09: March Madness Edition (Xbox 360)

NCAA Basketball 09: March Madness Edition (Xbox 360)
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Oct, 2017

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NCAA Basketball 09


EA's latest foray into the world of college basketball begins with a sad tale. In this world of trademarks and contracts, EA has led the way to getting most of the licenses for their sports game whichleads to becoming an overall authentic experience....

A polished game overall that falls victim to crimes of the past. Every basketball installment from EA in this next-gen era of video gaming gives up a bit of improvement with the essential roster update. However, they fail to fix the ultimate mistake of...

Jan, 2009

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NCAA Basketball 09


Replicate your school's style of play, set the tempo, and win with NCAA Basketball 09. Whether your school pushes the ball in transition, runs a half-court offense that utilizes the clock and limits possessions, or features a balanced attack that...

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NCAA Basketball 09: March Madness Editio


EA SPORTS presents NCAA Basketball 09: March Madness Edition, your chance to play through the NCAA Tournament Bracket. This Xbox exclusive is available through Xbox LIVE Marketplace for 1200 MS Points. Play with any of the 65 tournament teams and fight...

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NCAA Basketball 09: March Madness Edition [Xbox Live]


EA's college basketball series makes a return appearance on the Xbox 360 in this download-only Xbox Live exclusive. NCAA Basketball 09: March Madness Edition let's gamers take charge of any of the 65 teams in the 2009 college basketball championship tourn