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NCAA Football 2005 (PS2)

NCAA Football 2005 (PS2)
alaScore 90

109 reviews

Sep, 2014

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Amazon.com review summary for NCAA Football 2005 (PS2)

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 101 user reviews of NCAA Football 2005 (PS2) from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other PlayStation 2 Games (PS2) on Amazon.com.

89% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the product: NCAA Football 2005

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NCAA Football 2005 (GameCube)

 

Summer has barely gotten into full swing, and Electronic Arts has already released its newest college football game, NCAA Football 2005, out of the gates. The developers at EA's Tiburon studio have added a number of interesting new features to NCAA...

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NCAA Football 2005

 

One of the fundamental facets of any sport, whether it's before, during or after a season is the constant drive to improve and innovate play to the next level. Whether that's dominating your opponents, creating groundbreaking styles that revolutionize...

The inclusion of Home Field Advantage is a great feature, and really strengthens the strategy of the game when coupled with the Match-Up Stick. Unfortunately, these two things aside, too much of the game plays, looks and sounds like NCAA Football 2004....

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NCAA Football 2005

 

To be fair and honest, I haven't played a college football game since the first Bill Walsh College Football game that EA released sometime around 1993. Like many other EA sports games at the time, you could only see the numbers of the athletes not...

Overall I would consider this game to be one of the stronger sports titles to date. It does have its shortcomings and much to improve upon for next year; I still remain impressed with the overall quality of the game. Given the lack of college football...

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NCAA Football 2005 Review for the XBOX

 

Playing the crowd.

Adds new dimension to genre; Solid gameplay; Finally online

Significant framerate problems; Lame Discipline feature

You have to hand it to EA and Tiburon for stepping up their franchise in the right area. While other games do their damnedest to make first-person football work, NCAA Football 2005 has changed the playing field by tying the college atmosphere into...

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NCAA Football 2005

 

Yes, EA fans can finally play on Xbox Live, but there are plenty of other features to get excited about, too.

Homefield Advantage is an innovative addition; Matchup Stick adds quite a bit of strategy; Xbox fans can finally play online

Graphics are slightly disappointing; the running game still needs an overhaul; discipling players isn't as fun as it sounds

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NCAA Football 2005 review

 

Sports games are always a touchy subject around Game Freaks 365 and NCAA Football 2005 is no different. Companies must find a way to improve the game enough to warrant a purchase but maintain the same feel as last year’s game. Luckily, NCAA...

I loved last year’s edition of NCAA Football and with all these minor improvements I love the 2005 version even more. Even though the graphics were a little disappointing it can be forgiven on account of all the gameplay improvements. If...

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NCAA Football 2005 Review (Xbox)

 

The release of “NCAA 2005” by EA Sports marks the commencement of the 2004 football gaming season. In recent years, this game has been so good and market dominant, all of its competition has conceded defeat. Will the lack of competition turn to apathy...

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great game. best of the year.

 

crowd is excellent, and matchup stick is an added plus. also, being able to recruit athletes is cool

tackles are bad. glitches in catches and runs as well

Product Specifications

After a tremendous sophomore campaign that led to his being selected third overall in this year's NFL draft, former University of Pittsburgh Panthers wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has been selected by Electronic Arts to appear on the cover of the newest iteration of EA SPORTS' best-selling college football franchise, NCAA Football 2005. Fitzgerald is entering the NFL after two record-breaking seasons at University of Pittsburgh and his image will appear on all of the game's packaging and merchandising. NCAA Football 2005 is all about home field advantage this season, where, for the first time in football videogames, gameday atmosphere directly impacts players' on-field performances. With the new match-up stick you can track the crowd's impact on your players to see if they can withstand the pressure and find key personnel mismatches.

Game

Elements:Sports - football simulation
Online Play: Yes

Header

Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Electronic Arts
Model:2005
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:NCAA Football

Miscellaneous

Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation 2
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - sports
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