Summary: I got 2005 about 2 months after it came out (iv only ever had fifa once before... and that was 98!). I was impressed until i tried to go on career mode and it wouldn't save because my memory card was too small. So I went out and got a bigger one which cost me quite a bit. When I finally was able to go on career I found it pretty good (apart from the stupid points instead of maney).
Summary: I was really looking forward to fifa 2005, being a fan of the series, so as soon as it did, I immediately snatched it up. I wasn't disapointed. The first touch control with the C-stick is genius. If you get it right, you can split the defense right open. If you get it wrong, the defender takes the ball straight away from you. The only downside is this: IT TAKES UP TOO MUCH OF YOUR MEMORY!!!
Summary: This is a good game and it is better than fifa 2004 which was too slow but it does have lots of bad things about it. 1 for international games there are not enough teams and they have left out good teams like senegal and holland. 2 set pieces arn't varied enough and they are pretty predictable and it is too easy too score from free kicks. Also you can't take short corners or free kicks.
Summary: WHAT A GAME me and Dean Constantley play this game whenever we get a chance. Whether we are the mighty Reds (Man Utd) with Ronaldo skinning the defence or Rooney Banging them in the back of the net you never get bored. Except Fleur who usually watches me and Dean kick but with or team in the career mode.
Summary: I was really quite exicted about FIFA 2005, as I have been a fan of the series, but was farily disapointed by the latest edition, 2005, I had the impression there would quite a large difference in Gameplay compared to 2004, but there isnt much of a difference at all, and despite having cool new features, like the store where winning matchings can help you unlock music and kits, the game wasnt as entrilling as I was hoping, o well, i look forward to 2006
Master D. J. Fitzpatrick "toffeetower", amazon.co.uk
14 September 2004
Summary: As a FIFA fan i can say that i have played all FIFA titles and enjoyed the majority. One cannot help but be intrigued by its closest rival Pro Evolution, indeed i have heard great things about this game and as someone who plays football regularly i have been told that it is better suited to me. If i was being honest i would say that FIFA 2004 has given me hours of pleasure but that feeling of unfulfillment has always lingered.
Summary: Let me start by saying, FUNKY CHICKEN!!! I can't wait! I oviously can't tell you what it is like, but if it's anything like Fifa 2004 we are in for a treat! The graphic quality has been improved, as has the manager options. They still have the right to show actual players names and are still sponsered by Nike so there is no messing about. The only reason it didn't get 5 stars is because that is what pro evolution soccer 4 will get.
FIFA, la référence des jeux de foot sur GameCube ?
19 November 2005
Summary: Même si ce jeu est sorti depuis plus d'un an, il reste toutefois une référence incontestable au niveau des jeux de foot sur GameCube à bas prix. Effectivement, le jeu n'est vendu que 30€ maintenant et on doit même pouvoir le trouver à 10€ d'occasion. Donc si vous aimez les jeux de football, et vous n'avez plus beaucoup d'argent, n'hésitez pas à l'acheter !
Pros: les graphismes et l'ambiance des matchs
Cons: un peu de lassitude au bout d'un certain temps
Summary: Le titre résume bien la situation . Fifa 2005 est un bon jeu de foot , assez réaliste et très prenant . Fifa 2005 : La carte : -Maniabilité simple -Durée de vie longue -Idéal pour les débutants -Très prenant avec le bon mode 'Carrière' qui est étalé sur 15 ans -Mais , seul point négatif , trop facile pour les 'pros' ou meme pour les gens 'normaux' Effectivement , Fifa 2005 est facile .Facile ne veut pas dire court , mais a force de se voir gagner 5-0 contre des bonnes...