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NCAA Basketball 09 Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:Collegiate basketball season is upon us again, and this time, the focus is on the entire season. Former UCLA Bruins superstar center hits the cover of the game which defines collegiate ball. Choose your team and take them from the season beginning all the way to the craziness of March Madness. The all-new engine includes over 1,000 new animations for superior ball handling and movements for hyper-realistic action on the court. This year, you'll be able to set your team's tempo before each game, and playing within your chosen tempo will give you an advantage as your players hit the court. Head coach feedback will be available throughout every game to improve your play!
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