College Football Returns | Maximum Football 2019 Review


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NCAA Football was an American football video game series developed by EA Sports in which players control and compete against current Division I FBS college teams. The series is a younger brother to the Madden NFL series.

In July 2013, the NCAA announced that it would not renew its licensing contract with Electronic Arts because of an ongoing legal dispute regarding the use of player likenesses in the games. However, this contract only covers the use of the NCAA name and related logos, not those of individual schools and conferences, which are negotiated individually or through the Collegiate Licensing Company. The CLC concurrently announced that it would extend its existing licensing deal with EA through 2017, ensuring that EA Sports could continue the series without the NCAA branding. However, the series was placed on hiatus in September 2013, following three major conferences pulling their trademark licenses from EA, and uncertainties surrounding the results of lawsuits involving the use of player likenesses in-game. However, EA Sports is still making an attempt to get the series back going.

Players’ real names and exact likenesses are not used in the game. While the Madden NFL series uses real player names and likenesses, those players are compensated for the use of their image. Due to NCAA restrictions on the amateur status of athletes, names are not allowed. Additionally, current college players cannot be used as cover athletes. Instead, each cover features a player whose college eligibility ended the season before the game’s release, wearing his former college uniform. The only two exceptions have been the Wii version of NCAA Football 09, which featured Sparty, the mascot of Michigan State University, on the cover, and NCAA Football 06 when Desmond Howard was featured on the cover striking the Heisman Trophy pose during his career at Michigan, despite not playing for Michigan for more than 15 years.

Although EA Sports does not claim that the players in the game represent real life players, the jersey number, position, height, weight, home state, and ethnicity are aligned with the real players. Fans of any particular team are sure to recognize their favorite players (for example, in NCAA Football 2014, University of North Carolina Tar Heels QB #2 would correspond to QB Bryn Renner). Actual usage of a player’s real name would be in violation of the NCAA’s policy regarding student athletes. Amateur “roster makers” will often manually associate player names and will upload a roster file to the built-in roster sharing system. As of the 09 release, EA has put in the EA Locker feature which allows remote roster sharing online through either Xbox Live or PlayStation Network depending on the console.



  1. if they get proper funding, get in a proper franchise mode, in 2 years, then only fanboys will be playing an arcade game Madden. Legit simulation football gamers will flock to Maximum Football.

  2. still better than madden though, also, HOW can you people say this looks early ps2? go play madden 2001 and say that with a straight face. this game looks like madden 11 to 12 and at worst 10

  3. Gameplay is a 1 from what I've seen, as for longevity, I feel 6 is way too high since who wants to play a game for long when the gameplay is so bad? Also, not mentioned in the review is that there are NO USER interceptions, and on offense you can't control whoever you're throwing the ball to. Instead, you can ONLY control them AFTER they catch the ball, this huge oversight means you are at the mercy of the bad ai and if they feel like running the correct route…it strips away user control. Also, look at the metacritic reviews where it got a 3. To me, that is a much better score than mentioned in this review. You sadly had people that 'supported'(there's that word again) a shit game, buying into the ncaa 14 spiritual successor hype only to have a game so bad that they can't even play it for long. And at $30, it's way too much, if it were correctly priced in the $5-10 range, it would be easier to ignore some of it's many, many flaws.

  4. This dev in particular can't handle criticism. He rudely told us to make our own game instead of responding to legit criticisms maximum football 18…19 is the same shitty game as 18 but it's marketed a spiritual successor to NCAA 14 when it's not.And at $30 is $25 overpriced and I'm not joking. Horrible names like this made me lose respect for ryanmoody since he has been nothing but a hype man for shity games like this yet he nitpicks Madden to death. I caught him in a lie last year where he said one of his visits that he's done with Madden so I called his bluff but of course he needs Madden since bashing madden Madden gets his channel views.I'm not a Madden fanboy either, but these sheep are kidding themselves with their fake praise of this awful game. the sheet make excuses about small team this blah blah this game is not worth what they charge for it, no excuse for it look and play so horribly. and to the guy you said not all of us have old systems anymore as a bad excuse to get this shitty game…GET ONE. They are dirt cheap you can get a 360, ps3, hell a ps2, original xbox and get a MUCH better football game.

  5. I'm going to get this on release day (2-4-20) and give it a try. I bought Madden 19 when it came out and I was extremely disappointed with where that series has went over the years. I grew up with Madden on Genesis and even played it some on the PC in the early 2000s but now days it seems the game has lost the desire to be fun and tries to be lifelike to the point with where you have to learn 50 different button combinations just to play it. I will sacrifice looks for enjoyment on a game any day for that is all it is …… a game.

  6. All these "I'll stick to NCAA"Well, not everyone has a last gen machine that still functions. So it's not an option for us. February they're releasing a new champion edition. So I will likely wait til then to get it, rather than get the regular from PSN store.

  7. Didn’t even know this franchise existed until I saw it on GameStop today.Looks impressive for a team of 3 but the gameplay looks atrocious. Some of those animations look like they’re from Madden 96.I’m dyin for a new college football game(one that lets you play control a single player through their college career) but I’d pay $70 to get NCAA 14 back before I’d buy this.

  8. I bought it day 1 because I loved the old NCAA FB games but it’s really bad. The plays are terrible. No play action and half the time your WR1 runs out of bounds because the pass routes are so stupid. Also there are no fumbles in the game. The player models also suck because every player looks the same. You honestly can’t even tell which players are good or not because every player appears to move at the same speed.

  9. They should spend the time making this the best game they can by next season and upgrade, they have the chance to be the college game of the future since there is nothing out there and if they beat everyone else they could get bought out and be set for life


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