NCAA Football 08 Cheats Codes for Playstation 3
NCAA Football 08 is a college football video game created by EA Sports and release 0n July 17, 2007. The game marks the eleventh installment of the NCAA Football series bearing the title "NCAA Football". Let me share with you some of the NCAA Football 08 for Playstation 3 cheat codes. Happy video gaming! NCAA Football 08 Cheat: Use Injured Players: To use injured players while in Dynasty Mode, simply start the game as normal and play through the first kickoff, pausing the game and restarting thereafter. This will restart the game, and miraculously, your injured players will be able to play. (This has only been verified on the PS2 version).
NCAA Football 08 Unlockable: All-Star Squads: Bow Down – Unlocks All-Star Washington Squad Death Valley – Unlocks All-Star Clemson Squad Fumble – Unlocks 2004’s All-American Squad Gig Em – Unlocks All-Star Texas A&M Squad Go Blue – Unlocks All-Star Michigan Squad Killer Nuts – Unlocks All-Star Ohio State Squad Mighty – Unlocks All-Star UCLA Squad Roll Tide – Unlocks All-Star Alabama Squad U Rah Rah – Unlocks All-Star Wisconsin Squad War Eagle – Unlocks All-Star Auburn Squad We Are – Unlocks All-Star Penn State Squad Woopigsooie – Unlocks All-Star Arkansas Squad NCAA Football 08 Hint: Avoid Excessive Celebration Penalties: To avoid excessive celebration penalties, simply pause the game and then resume when you feel you’re in jeopardy of possibly getting called to avoid the penalty. NCAA Football 08 Hint: Receiver Mismatch: If you're looking for an edge in a close game (or at anytime, really), try moving your best receiver to the number three spot on your depth chart. This will only work in a three or more receiver set, but if you manage to do this, your best receiver will sometimes be covered by a weaker linebacker, cornerback, or safety. NCAA Football 08 Hint: Campus Legend Mode: During Campus Legend Mode, your scholastic achievement is important. So, for instance, if you need a boost to your player's GPA, choose to go study with a tutor.
This will increase your test scores, and eventually, your GPA will increase. You could also choose to study on your own, which will give you possible questions and answers on your tests. Simply write down the answers or keep a laptop handy, where the answers can be quickly researched on the internet.