EA Sports dropped the ball on “NCAA Football 08.” There, I said it.
You can read all about the new features in “NCAA 09” on the Plugged In page at wvgazette.com. With any luck, the developers can deliver on all of those promises.
I’m especially excited about the possibility of post-game presentation. EA has been sitting on the ESPN license for years and it’s time to incorporate the brand into EA Sports titles. If 2K Sports could do it with “NFL 2K5,” EA can do it “NCAA 09.” The question is whether it will.
We’ll have more on “NCAA 09” in the weeks leading up to its July 15 release.