NCAA Football 08 – PlayStation 2

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NCAA Football 08 - PlayStation 2

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  • Take Control and Make the Play—Boost your Skill Performance and increase your overall ratings by making user-controlled plays that elevate the team’s motivation levels.
  • Integrity Matters—Make promises to recruits to gain commitments, but always remember that failing to live up to your word damages your coaching integrity rating and could cause players to transfer.
  • The Most Complete College Game Ever—Home Field Advantage, composure ratings, and an all-new fatigue system, plus new trick plays like the Statue of Liberty and Hook and Ladder make this the best NCAA Football game ever.
  • Relive Your Highlights—Revisit your top accomplishments in My Shrine, your personal Hall of Fame that stores your trophies, custom photos, and more.
  • Medical Redshirts—For the first time ever, save the eligibility of your collegiate stars if they are injured early in the season—medical redshirts ensure that you get the full potential out of all your student-athletes.

In NCAA Football 08 you’ll put your heart, hustle, and toughness on the line, for the right to a championship win! With all-new Leadership Control, you can boost the motivation level of your teammates by making big plays. A Campus Legend mode and even deeper Dynasty Mode puts your coaching prowess and integrity to the ultimate test. With the all-new My Shrine, Home Field Advantage, and exciting new plays like the Statue of Liberty, NCAA Football 08 is everything that’s great about college football. What kind of legacy will you leave?Lead by example to boost your Skill Performance ratings as you make key plays and take control of the game in NCAA Football 08. Can you put your heart, hustle, and toughness on the line and lead your program all the way to the BCS National Championship Game? With Summer Workouts in Dynasty Mode, the all-new My Shrine, plus exciting new plays like the Statue of Liberty and Hook and Ladder, NCAA Football 08 is everything that’s great about college football.

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  • Take Control and Make the Play—Boost your Skill Performance and increase your overall ratings by making user-controlled plays that elevate the team’s motivation levels. Track your user stats in the My Skills menu and become a master of the gridiron.
  • Integrity Matters—Make promises to recruits to gain commitments, but always remember that failing to live up to your word damages your coaching integrity rating and could cause players to transfer.
  • The Most Complete College Game Ever—Home Field Advantage, composure ratings, and an all-new fatigue system, plus new trick plays like the Statue of Liberty and Hook and Ladder make this the best NCAA Football game ever.
  • Relive Your Highlights—Revisit your top accomplishments in My Shrine, your personal Hall of Fame that stores your trophies, custom photos, and more.
  • Medical Redshirts—For the first time ever, save the eligibility of your collegiate stars if they are injured early in the season—medical redshirts ensure that you get the full potential out of all your student-athletes.

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  1. 26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    GREAT, BUT…., July 17, 2007
    By 
    Bryon Chang (San Gabriel, CA United States) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: NCAA Football 08 – PlayStation 2 (Video Game)

    Like the previous NCAA football games, this one’s exceptionally fun to play, but simply built upon the previous titles. The last NCAA game I bought was NCAA 06, and frankly, there are so many similarities between the two, it left me awfully disappointed. When attempting to customize players (faces), the exact same options were available to me. When starting a new game, the exact same commentary are provided by the exact same three guys. Essentially, NCAA 08 is the what it was before, but now with features Madden got years ago. While this game is still great, I suggest trying the next gen versions so that you can fully enjoy the many new features and the graphics that they boast. If you’re stuck with a last gen system, then NCAA 08 is still a great buy.

    New:
    – Slightly smarter AI, they don’t just roll over and die for you
    – Campus Legend mode attempts to provide the player with some education via the “studying” and “tutoring” you can get in the game.
    – Two trick plays? The “Statue” and “Circus” (aka Hook and Ladder). The Hook and Ladder is almost impossible to pull off successfully during a game.
    -Better recruiting system
    -Many Madden features(a suitable hit/highlight stick, drills to increase stats, defensive hot routes, etc.)
    -Motion plays

    Old:
    -Commentary (word for word the exact same commentary from the past few titles)
    -Player celebrations are exactly the same from the past few titles.
    -Each game starts off the exact same way as in the previous titles
    -Everything else

    UPDATE!!
    THIS GAME IS FLAWED!!!
    When making “Promises” to recruits and players.. some promises carry on forever. Say you make a promise to player A and you fail to keep it. From then on, every year, you will have a player saying you promised him the same thing, even if you didn’t really promise him anything at all. So you could have a LOLB saying you promised him the RT position.. and when you don’t give it to him, he leaves. It’s ridiculous cause it year after year, you will lose a prized recruit for a broken promise you never made.

    ALSO, the blocking AI is ridiculous. You can have line men going for safeties rather than going for people right in front of them.

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  2. 10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Still good, but pretty much the same as 07., July 17, 2007
    By 
    B. Bowden
    (REAL NAME)
      

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: NCAA Football 08 – PlayStation 2 (Video Game)

    This is a great game and I still enjoy getting the newer version every year. Over the past two years, not much has changed. I will tell you what has changed… the new stadium flyby at the beginning of the game. The spring drills, similar to the Madden drills that help you boost your player(s) ratings are now featured in the pre-season mode. The in-season recruiting mode has switched to pre-season, to give you a jump start on recruiting. If you make a great play you can go the instant replay feature and take a Polaroid of the big hit, or amazing play, then save it to your memory card by pressing L3. The home field advantage crowd noise feature has upped its pulse to over 120db (the previous game had a ceiling of 120db). The game also has a deke stick move to help the QB avoid a sack, or side-step a sack, same goes for RBs. These are a few of the new features that separate the game from previous years.

    If you are looking for something different, I would suggest getting the PS3 version of this game. From what I’ve seen the graphics and gameplay are incredible.

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  3. 5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    NCAA Football 2008 is awesome, November 9, 2007
    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: NCAA Football 08 – PlayStation 2 (Video Game)

    This game is great! It is so good my PS2 could not handle it and died 1 day after I got the game. The little I have played was great. The new promises twist with recruiting and the skills games to improve player stats are great additions. The medical redshirt is also a great thing that took a long time in coming. The only thing left is to include the 1-AA teams and leagues as truly playable options and not just a one for one substitute for a D-1 school.

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