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NCAA Football 2004 (PS2)

NCAA Football 2004 (PS2)
alaScore 80

6 reviews

Sep, 2017

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of NCAA Football 2004 (PS2). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) the NCAA Football 2004 (PS2) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Linkprime (mygamer.com)

NCAA Football 2004 on Playstation 2

 

NCAA Footbal 2004

The Online mode will keep you coming back for more and more. Just trying to climb up the ranking boards will keep you busy for quite some time, so will that one guy you just cant seem to beat. Also, the dynasty mode will have you playing for years, or...

Sep, 2004

Expert review by: Steve Steinberg (gamespy.com)

NCAA Football 2004

 

989 Sports returns to old form with NCAA Final Four 2004 -- a clunky and disappointing college hoops release that deserves to be kicked off campus.

Online options run deep; two different career modes is a novel touch

Sub-par graphics; sluggish controls; absence of 989's voice recognition technology

Nov, 2003

Expert review by: Aaron Thomas (psera.com)

NCAA Football 2004

 

Playing online is simple, and perhaps most importantly, it’s free. Thegames all run smoothly, and you can find some great competition online.Unfortunately, you can find some world-class cheaters online as well. Beforewarned that if you play anyone with...

Sep, 2003

Expert review by: Craig "American Idle" Hansen (dignews.com)

NCAA Football 2004

 

Sure, it makes good corporate sense of EA. Why dent Madden's dominance for the sake of a college football title? Plus there are cost savings involved. Heck, even Sega started doing it last year and this year Sega didn't even bother with a college title.

Better AI on the players you’re not controlling and on the opponents ; Vastly improved off-season integration into Dynasty Mode ; Sharper graphics, including a ton of new player animations allowing for pass slapdowns and other acrobatic moves ;...

Off-season mode still focuses exclusively on recruiting blue-chip freshmen, ignoring other potential details ; Franchise save still weighs in at a hefty 2.5 MB ; A bit too easy to take a small college in a minor conference and gain national attention...

Still a step behind Madden, but NCAA is a vastly improved successor to last year’s outing.

Sep, 2003

Expert review by: Pretzel (snackbar-games.com)

NCAA Football 2004

 

Abso-fucking-unbelieveable! That's the best word I can find to describe NCAA College Football 2004. It is now the Mecca of video game football; the standard to which every other football game shall be compared to. Very rarely do I preorder a game and...

Jul, 2003

Expert review by: Ernie Halal (gaming-age.com)

NCAA Football 2004

 

Some nice visual improvements have been made to an already great game.

Online play is available for the PS2, but not Xbox or Gamecube. Without getting into a debate about the reasons for it (there are other places for that), it must be said that it's a shame things can't be worked out among the big boys so owners of all...

Apr, 2003