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NCAA Basketball 10 Latest News - PS3

Game Description: The journey to the Final Four a grueling and electrifying one, and this year, EA hopes to once again capture that intensity and excitement in its latest installment in its beloved college basketball franchise. The game features a host of improvements and tweaks to the new game engine introduced last year, and adds even more depth and control to the on-court action.
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  • Electronic Arts To Shutdown Online Play For Army of Two, Skate And Others

    Nothing lasts forever, especially not when you're talking about online play. Every once in awhile, a publisher will go in and flip the switch off on any number of old games, to make way for all of the new hotness that's incoming. Electronic Arts is getting ready for one of those house-cleanings, with a sizable list of games set to go offline in...

    Posted July 13, 2011

    Electronic Arts To Shutdown Online Play For Army of Two, Skate And Others
  • NCAA Basketball 10 Motion Offense Trailer

    Posted: October 26, 2009

    763 Views | 01:25

  • NCAA Basketball 10 ESPN Integration Trailer

    Posted: October 13, 2009

    861 Views | 01:49

  • NCAA Basketball 10 Debut Final Four Trailer

    Posted: October 5, 2009

    1,347 Views | 01:29

 


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