This game is solid. I just want to say that before the rest of my review. I enjoy the game. However, there are too many technical issues that slipped past EA to warrant this game getting a higher review. Collision detection is horrible. In the first game I played last night, I saw 3 faulty collision detection glitches. Tackles were made from more than 3 yards away without the defender ever touching the ball carrier. Not only that, but the frame rate at some points is terrible. These are all issues that should have been worked out prior to release. On the positive side, I really like the new kick system. It works similar to the golf swing mechanic on Tiger Woods, and it was a nice addition to the gameplay. Also, once again EA has dropped the ball on features for the next gen machines. You'll be paying 60 plus dollars on the game just for the prettier graphics and less substance. Overall, if you're a college football fan like me, you'll enjoy the game if you can overlook all the glaring technical issues and lack of features.
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