Coach K College Basketball
One of the most prestigious coaches in college hoops has teamed up with EA to bring you Coach College Basketball. In this college basketball bonanza, you get to pick from 32 top college teams with their official team names and logos. In addition to the 32 teams, you can choose from eight all-time championship teams like the UCLA '67, Duke '91 and UNLV '89 teams plus others. The college teams are current with the '94-'95 season strategy. You'll need to use real-time college strategy as you choose from 53 offensive plays and 10 defensive sets. You can pick these plays anytime in the game in either exhibition or season play. Customize your own tournaments by selecting four, eight, 16 or 32 team tournaments.
You view the game in the same manner as NBA Live '95. This gives you a clear view of the other team's offensive and defensive rotations. As the game plays, live, TV-style presentations keep you in touch with the action on the court. The trash talking begins as the other team jams, slams, shoots from the three-point line. The backboard takes a bit of a beating from all of the slams, and you had better watch it--the board may shatter giving you a glass shower. A free-throw shooting perspective from behind the player brings you closer to the action. If you're a rankings watcher, there's even a weekly poll to show where your team stands.
You can even save your spot and go back to where you left off and pick up your game again. This game is too awesome for any more words.
College basketball at its best. Featuring 32 top college teams across the nation plus eight all-time championship teams, this one's the best college basketball game so far. Realistic plays and great animations from the NBA Live engine make this one as real as possible. A Awesome backboard-smashin' dunks. Lastly, the Multiplayer Mode is a blast. Lace up those shoes!
The large animations and the top 32 teams in college hoops are highlighted in this realistic-playing b-ball game. I'm not a huge basketball fan, but I do understand the game. The NBA Live engine may have been used to make this game. I still felt as though there was something missing when I took it to the hoop. I laced up the shoes, but I found I felt one lace was untied.
Processor: PC compatible, P-200
OS: Windows 9x, Windows 2000 Windows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.
Game Features:Single game mode