NCAA Football 10 PlayStation 3

User Score
6.9

Mixed or average reviews- based on 14 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 8 out of 14
  2. Negative: 2 out of 14
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  1. erice
    Aug 25, 2009
    6
    Alll in all the ncaa 10 is a good game but not great, the turnovers are horrible how can they expect anyone to to play for fun or competion with the turnovers like they are plus defensive line swats are completetly outrageous.And if i wasn't a fan of ncaa i would have never purchased this game or even recommended it.
  2. AD
    Aug 11, 2009
    5
    Can EA figure out how a person runs? On the next-gen consoles it seems like the players run really weird. Before it seemed like they ran duckfooted and their body moved a lot side-to-side, now they overstide and seem really slow. No running back is going to run with the same style as a miler with long strides. There're six foot sprinters with quick feet. Make them run like a sprinterCan EA figure out how a person runs? On the next-gen consoles it seems like the players run really weird. Before it seemed like they ran duckfooted and their body moved a lot side-to-side, now they overstide and seem really slow. No running back is going to run with the same style as a miler with long strides. There're six foot sprinters with quick feet. Make them run like a sprinter not Bernard Lagat. Expand
  3. Brad
    Aug 2, 2009
    2
    Worst game ever. Do the EA guys play this game when they are done with it? Do they know they created Superman defenders who can magically find themselves in front of passes they were not physically in position for? Do they know the AI for offensive lineman is equal to the IQ of a half eaten pickle? Do they notice the horrible pass interference the CPU does on every play, yet USER defendersWorst game ever. Do the EA guys play this game when they are done with it? Do they know they created Superman defenders who can magically find themselves in front of passes they were not physically in position for? Do they know the AI for offensive lineman is equal to the IQ of a half eaten pickle? Do they notice the horrible pass interference the CPU does on every play, yet USER defenders are brushed aside like little kids. It makes me wonder what those clowns at EA are doing! Expand
  4. DW
    Jul 26, 2009
    6
    I had high hopes for this iteration of NCAA Football. However, the terrrible AI, buggy glitches, and strange commentary are inexplicably worse than last year. Players will often clip through each other, through the referees and through walls. Defensive backs will warp to the ball with inhuman speed. The same facts and team introductions are used as in past years. The presentation has been I had high hopes for this iteration of NCAA Football. However, the terrrible AI, buggy glitches, and strange commentary are inexplicably worse than last year. Players will often clip through each other, through the referees and through walls. Defensive backs will warp to the ball with inhuman speed. The same facts and team introductions are used as in past years. The presentation has been slightly improved and there is a seemingly nice option to define your play strategy as "aggressive," "normal," or "conservative." DO NOT use the aggressive option. There are no benefits, and it is basically volunteering for even more turnovers and penalties than normal. Without competition from other game-makers this franchise disappointingly continues to spiral downard, and I will not be foolish enough to give them another chance. This buggy turnover-and-penalty-fest is a complete fumble! Expand
  5. BenS
    Jul 21, 2009
    7
    Always a quality game and thankfully not too many swing for the fences changes from last years game. However, the cpu defense was tweaked too much. CPU will blitz 95% of plays, and jam WR's on 95% of plays. It is not easy to stand in the pocket and wait for your WR's to get open when an all out blitz is coming on every down. The jamming goes beyond the 5 yard limit as well and Always a quality game and thankfully not too many swing for the fences changes from last years game. However, the cpu defense was tweaked too much. CPU will blitz 95% of plays, and jam WR's on 95% of plays. It is not easy to stand in the pocket and wait for your WR's to get open when an all out blitz is coming on every down. The jamming goes beyond the 5 yard limit as well and they are not able to run the proper route. I understand the attempt to make the CPU competition tougher to beat, but there needs to be a better way than making them blitz all the time. Also, the tip balls by the defensive lineman is a bit too much as well. On the rare occurrences you have an open look the D line will swat away your pass. Expand
  6. Cory
    Jul 15, 2009
    9
    Just an overall awesome college experience. Season Showdown looks to be great fun. I can't believe the "experts" give it a lower score cause it "can't compare to madden". Rate the game on it's own merits. Oh well, if you loved '09, then you'll love '10 even more.
Metascore
80

Generally favorable reviews - based on 20 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 20
  2. Negative: 0 out of 20
  1. What could've been a five-star prospect quickly became a solid backup. Unless you're a college football fanatic, we suggest waiting for Madden NFL 10.
  2. The game’s setup and interface are excellent, but the game falls down in some areas, notably the AI.
  3. 83
    This is a more polished version of last year's game with some solid feature additions.