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GamesRadar (Dec 18, 2007)
For those of you scoring at home, let's add it all up - no changes to the gameplay, complete lack of online options, commentary we've heard a thousand times before, and a $30 price tag. This season, EA has made it easy to skip March Madness. Let's hope it's the end of the era once and for all, lest they continue to heap insults upon hoops fans that deserve something other than microwaved leftovers.
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Cheat Code Central (Jan 01, 2008)
With some motion and graphic qualities lacking, it's a shame EA hasn't gone further to incorporate excellent atmosphere with astounding gameplay for the ultimate college hoops game. It seems as though EA may be looking to simply cash in on the popularity of college hoops as the hype and excitement escalates throughout the school season. No doubt, however, the game will be popular in dorm rooms across the country during the height of March Madness.
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Yahoo! Games (Jan 11, 2008)
With every coming basketball season comes new hoops games, each of which typically concentrates on one new feature to draw players in, that one undeniably cool aspect that other games simply can’t offer. In March Madness 08 on Playstation 2 EA Sports chose to go in a different direction and added almost nothing to their package from last year. It’s almost laughable how little has changed. It’s clear that EA Sports is throwing in the towel on this beleaguered PS2 franchise in favor of the greener pastures on current-gen systems.
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IGN (Jan 11, 2008)
With every coming basketball season comes new hoops games, each of which typically concentrates on one new feature to draw players in, that one undeniably cool aspect that other games simply can’t offer. In March Madness 08 on Playstation 2 EA Sports chose to go in a different direction and added almost nothing to their package from last year. It’s almost laughable how little has changed. It’s clear that EA Sports is throwing in the towel on this beleaguered PS2 franchise in favor of the greener pastures on current-gen systems.