NCAA Football 09 Previews - PS3

Game Description:Get ready for a college football experience so authentic you'll be waiting for the band to march through your living room at halftime! NCAA Football 09 captures the unrivaled spirit and excitement of college football Saturdays. Play as any of the 120 bowl-eligible schools on fields that reflect the circus atmosphere of real-life stadiums, with team colors, mascots, cheerleaders, and fans combining to provide a game-changing Home Field Advantage. The game's biggest new feature is a franchise-first online Dynasty Mode, which lets you build a powerhouse against 12 opponents for up to 60 seasons. Family Play allows for simplified, pick-up-and-play controls, increased on-field maneuverability, and more.
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    Posted: Jul 31, 2008

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    Here's an early look at EA's latest collegiate sports sim, NCAA Football 09 for multiple platforms.

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