Summary: I wanted this game for ages and eventually got it for my 10th birthday and it is fantastic and fun to play. I recommened it to everyone.I find it hard to turn the gamecube off when I play this.
Summary: This isn't a bad game, buy it if you want a footie' game on cube, but im definately trading this in for FIFA 2005 when it comes out. There are too many glitches, which really piss you off, just as your 4-0 up against Man U. Its not all bad though. the fun side is alright and I always enjoy a game with the mates, but EA seriously need to buck up their ideas. Graphics 6- not bad, but i've seen better in footie games.
Summary: After I bought my gc in June 2003, i was in agony waiting for this game to be released, even having it preordered. When I had it delivered from Amazon I soon realised it was well worth the wait. The gameplay is absolutely fantastic. It may seem a little slow at first but it is very addictive. What I hated most about the previous fifa games was that you never scored a well worked goal - it always seemed to be a long range shot or a clumsy tap in from a corner.
Summary: i came across a fault in the game a couple of days ago and emailed EA. In a reply, i was told that there is bugger all they can do about it! This is servely disappointing and makes purchasing the game a waste of money! The fault lies in the Injuries the player recieves. When injured, looking at the team news tell you when the player is expected to return! One of the dates i was shown was Sept 9 2003! However my career is in Oct 2004.
Summary: I bought this game for Chritmas and I have been playing on it ever since! It is a grate game with good graphics and is probably the most realistic soccer game you can buy. The ammount of new players and teams is staggering and many of the new features are also entertaining. Make sure you have a lot of space on your memory card because this game really does eat memory for breakfast! One word of warning...
Summary: I bought this game the day it came out, hoping it would be great. I wasn't mistaken. EA have improved the graphics and the player likeness' are superb. You get to play with just about every club and international team(But still no Holland!!!) and each team has all the correct transfers from the summer. There is a new 'off the ball control' which is a complete waste of time and you should'nt bother with it.
Summary: Well, how do i start to describe how amazing it is? Well it is good. i like it very much so and you can do all sorts of stuff. The off the ball is quite fiddly but it can be very good when you get used to it. There are plenty of teams to choose from and plenty of cups and leagues to participate in. I would recommend it to anyonew, even if they dont like football!
Summary: Now this game is diamond, so fun, brilliant game play and fanstactic graphics. Fifa 2003 was a game with great gameplay and everything a player wanted, but has been upgraded. When i first played fifa 2004 i was shcoked. The gameplay had changed completley, and took me a while to master. Some drawbacks i encountred. i gameplay is quite hard, i prefer fifa 2003. It difficult to score when playing a mate, but against the computer at semi-pro its easy.
Summary: Wow Fifa 2004 is amazing it is so much better then Fifa 2003. At first i thought the £30.00 price tag was good but it was worth every penny .The new features on the game are brillant and the game play is great to. The grapics are supurb the players are so well detailed. The career mode is great the way you can bid for the players you want and the new training mode on the game is amazing.
Summary: This game is a big improvement in many ways on the 2003 version, but it is very very different and I think big mistakes have been made. Immediately you will notice that the game feels slower paced and it is definately a lot harder in 1 player mode than 2003. I love the fact that the transfer system has been given more depth and that 4 divisions of English football are represented giving promotion and relegation possibilities as well as greatly enriching the cup...