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So hear me out. I'm not the type of gamer who needs to get the new edition of a game every year. I got hooked on this series when I got NCAA 2002 for $5 out of the used bin at Gamestop in 2005. I was quite pleased with that purchase, and I played it for a few years. 2007 rolled around and I said "Hey, I might as well upgrade." So I shelled out the money for that. I got 2008 as a gift the next year. After that, I finally got a PS3, and I missed the old NCAA Football series, so I got 2009 for the PS3. Problem is, I hated it.
Don't get me wrong, it was a fairly fun game as far as gameplay goes, and player/team creation was fine, but I got very frustrated with the lack of depth in Dynasty mode. The lack of custom playbooks, formation subs, awful recruiting, and general lack of a good offseason mode really killed me. So I didn't bother getting another game after that, and I went back to playing NCAA 08 for PS2, which is still my favorite of the series. I'm a few decades into my newest dynasty in which I made a custom conference, (replaced the entire big east with created schools) and I'm having a good time with it, but I'm starting to get the itch for something new. I don't like the next-gen dynasty modes, but I just realized they still produce new ps2 games. So...
Is this game similar enough to the old games I loved on the PS2 that I would still enjoy it?
Or is it too close to the newer games that I hate on the PS3 that I should skip it?
Anxiety can hitch a ride on planes and loneliness travels from state to state all my stuff is in bags and crates but I can't escape my baggage brains... Dan P
I have a question. My question is anybody have Road to Glory Summer Camp not load? I went to do Road to Glory and it went fine until it came to the summer camp part. It doesn't load at all just stays at the loading screen.
I have a photographic memory and can remember a lot of stuff.