NCAA Football 10 Xbox 360

User Score
6.7

Mixed or average reviews- based on 37 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 24 out of 37
  2. Negative: 12 out of 37
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  1. SteveS
    Jul 16, 2009
    0
    EA sure seems like they're trying hard to convince me to stop playing video game football. I'm sure it's a passable entry in the series if you're willing to plug into their servers (required for the majority of the features, including teambuilder--why would I have to log onto their servers when all I want is to start a single-player dynasty???). But I'm not and so EA sure seems like they're trying hard to convince me to stop playing video game football. I'm sure it's a passable entry in the series if you're willing to plug into their servers (required for the majority of the features, including teambuilder--why would I have to log onto their servers when all I want is to start a single-player dynasty???). But I'm not and so it's literally unplayable. Expand
  2. BanaiseB.
    Jul 26, 2009
    2
    Terrible game. Between the choppy game play and the random 'can't read disk' errors (which I received in last year's version, too), I will not be playing or buying any more EA sports games. Life is too short to play crap.
  3. GabeM
    Jul 18, 2009
    0
    If you already have ncaa 09 or 08, this game is absolutely not worth it. it is basically the same game as 09 but with the edition of teambuilder. I never loved 09 to begin with and 10 doesn't seem to help EA's cause in building a good football game as the many issues that are in 09 still exists in 10 such as poor blocking and linear run animations. It is ridiculous how long If you already have ncaa 09 or 08, this game is absolutely not worth it. it is basically the same game as 09 but with the edition of teambuilder. I never loved 09 to begin with and 10 doesn't seem to help EA's cause in building a good football game as the many issues that are in 09 still exists in 10 such as poor blocking and linear run animations. It is ridiculous how long these problems have existed in the game since the next-gen consoles came out yet the team at EA have failed to address these issues. It is a slap to the consumer's face because EA clearly thinks people will buy this garbage even if its practically the same recycled stuff from the last 5 years. Rent it if you must but not worth the buy if you own a previous ncaa football game. Expand
  4. Boobakerbrown
    Jul 18, 2009
    0
    Micro-Transactions in a game that you pay $65 for is a bit over-kill EA. Unbelievable that you would charge your faithful fans extra for content that should have been included in with the game. If it's on the disc you shouldn't have to pay extra for it.
  5. johnrutherford
    Aug 11, 2009
    3
    This game sucks! By far the worse NCAA Football I have played. The one cool feature that is talked about is only on XBox Live. The Road to Glory is slow as all get out as you can only play if your player is on the field so you are left simming most of the first two years your in school unless you want to do boring practice drills over and over. Dynasty mode is not much better whereThis game sucks! By far the worse NCAA Football I have played. The one cool feature that is talked about is only on XBox Live. The Road to Glory is slow as all get out as you can only play if your player is on the field so you are left simming most of the first two years your in school unless you want to do boring practice drills over and over. Dynasty mode is not much better where there is little explained and the recruiting is hard to follow. Very disappointed in this years version. Expand
Metascore
83

Generally favorable reviews - based on 26 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 23 out of 26
  2. Negative: 0 out of 26
  1. NCAA 10 is the most complete and competent football game ever to be loaded into a Microsoft console.
  2. 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.
  3. Season showdown strikes at the heart of the college football fan and running the ball feels much more natural. There are also tons of new features and no one can fault the developers for not trying. But many of them prove to be irrelevant for experienced players and there are still more quirks and cheap tricks than there should be for a franchise so long in the tooth.