NCAA Basketball 09 News
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I've been following Peter Moore's career for more than a decade. He's always been one of my favorite executives to chat with -- whether it was during his Dreamcast period at SEGA or when he was helping Microsoft turn the Xbox into the force that it is today. He seems happier as president of EA Sports than he was at those other companies. Perhaps...
If you have March Madness, get yourself to a reputable psychiatric institution as soon as you can! Oh, wait, March Madness is that college basketball thing. Damn, my bad. Anyway, The NCAA's March Madness tourney is here again, and EA wants to help you enjoy basketball month with a downloadable official NCAA Tournament edition of its college...
The run up to March Madness is upon us, and, with it, the annual flood of video games based on college basketball. Today, X-Play is here to give their review of NCAA College Basketball 09. Will the Tarheels rule your virtual court, or will it be the Blue Devils for you? In either event, check out the review as shown below. Watch Larger Version...
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