Summary: I brought FIFA for GBA because I don't own a gamecube, PS2 ,a X-box or a powerful enough computer. I don't fully know how it compares to the GBA version but it is a more simple as the GBA has less buttons and the teams have more subs than 5 in the 3D versions. Presentation are what you expect from the FIFA series, music from artists and every logos from leagues and clubs.
Summary: Although this game doesn't exactly play like it's console brethren, it is still enjoyable. All the teams are there and the gameplay is solid enough, playing more like sensible soccer than Fifa. However there are several problems. Dead ball situation are at best awkward with free kicks and throw ins being particularly annoying. Add to this the fact that even on the hardest settings the game isn't very difficult, you begin to notice the faults.
Summary: One word- Class! This game is very very very class! It has easy controls, good game play and 100s of top teams. The team management is very good, you can change every thing from your 4-4-2 to your free kick taker! Every players skills are correct (out of 100). There is not ANYTHINK I could say about this game that is bad! Over all like is said before- CLASS!!!
Summary: This is easily the best football game on any handheld. It's gameplay is high action arcade simulation, it's visuals are stunning and the audio is superb. It appears to me to include all the teams, competitions, players and strips of the next gen title into a tiny cartridge, amazing. I have owned it for 2 weeks now and I am still playing it.
Summary: To start with, this is a very good game. It really is an enjoyable and very playable game of football. It is the best football game on the market since the all time classic, sensible soccer on the amiga. It is an excellent conversion from the next generation platforms, playstation, xbox etc. Of course the graphics are not as good as its bigger brothers but this is only expected since its a gameboy game, and anyhow, the graphics are still good in there own right.
Summary: This is easily the best football game on GBA, suprisingly far better than ISS in every way. It plays beautifully offering a high action style of football and the visuals are stunning, the animations are smooth and realistic. With all the teams from the major premier leagues around the world and their national sides and the players also it has everything you could want in a football game. The multiplayer rocks too.
Summary: It is easily the best football game for GBA but what supprised me is that the experience is so good, I prefer playing it to many of the next gen games. Admittedly, the graphics are not up to the standard of Next Gen consoles, however, on GBA they are the best I've seen to date and are a good copy of the Next Gen experience. BUT what I found was that the gameplay was simply excellent.
Summary: I have always been a great fan of football games on any console. However, fifa 2003 on the Gameboy advance manages to blend outstanding graphics with some absorbing gameplay. Players look extremely realistic and the commentating is superb. I would difinately adsvise you to buy this game, it is a real must-have for the gameboy advance!
Summary: I don't want to be biased but I have played FIFA 2003 on the PSX and initially found the GBA version a little disappointing. There are less buttons on the GBA so when you are playing there must be less options - no little shimmies on the pitch for instance, sadly. But having said that, it has to be a compromise and I began to get quite involved - it was hard to put the GBA down after six matches.