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EA replacing faulty NCAA 07 PSP games

Joystiq Staff

There's a game crippling bug that found its way into Electronic Arts' NCAA 07 for the PSP and because of it the company has decided to go ahead and replace a user's copy for a version that will work. Apparently the was a huge ball marking bug that was eating away at the experience of a large number of players. GameSpot broke it down like this:

There's nothing like taking control of a running back, slipping a few attempted tackles by the defense, and marching onward for a huge run. On the other end of the spectrum, there's nothing like pulling off the preceding maneuver only to have the ball taken back to the spot of initial contact because of a glitch in the game.

If you've had this problem, we've got EA's response and mailing address after the break.

Per my earlier communication, we have been working on a solution regarding the ball marking issue found in NCAA Football 07 for the PSP. If you are experiencing this issue, Electronic Arts can provide a replacement UMD disk for the one you currently own. Please send your current UMD (no packaging) to the following address:

EA Customer Warranty
209 Redwood Shores Parkway
Redwood City, CA 94065

Included in the package, please include a note with the following information:

Your name
E-mail address
Phone number

Once the disk is received by the EA Customer Warranty team, please allow up to 10 business days to receive the replacement disk. As a thank you for you patience we will also include a coupon for use at the EA Store at http://eastore. that provides you with $15 off your next purchase at the EA Store as well as FREE shipping on that order.

We appreciate your support and apologize for the inconvenience that this issue has caused.

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