Reviews and Problems with UEFA Champions League 2005
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Great little Game
24 November 2011
Summary: Bought for 7 year old footie mad son. He seems to love it, grasping how to play very quickly. Good level of difficulty, he is not winning by cricket scores yet as he seems to on Wii and DS games Not sussed out the finer points yet but a good purchase
Summary: I just avoided this game thinking itd be a simple money maker but i picked it up for £4 and im very surprised with how good it is. Even on amateur mode is remarkably difficult for a fifa game. There are several modes to choose from, im currently embarking on the mission mode where you have 50 matches to play and 50 objectives to reach ie score 3 goals, concede fewer than 2, score within the first 20 minutes etc etc.
Summary: I am seven years old.I liked this game because when you play it feels like you are in a stadium playing a true life soccer match!At the beginning you might find it difficult to control but then you will like the game.Have fun,shoot some goals!!!
Summary: I enjoyed the game very much, but if you want a football game get Fifa 05 instead. The upside to this game is a very good season in which you can start as someone like Man utd or Barcelona. The graphics are good and they have added some new real player faces. I did buy this game on the fact that it said you can play as Football league sides, because I wanted to play the game with Ipswich, but there are no lower league teams. Still a good game, but Fifa 05 is better.
Summary: I have not yet played the final game but the demo gave me a good idea of the game. Having also played FIFA 2005, i can say that it is basically the same. There are a few tweaks to gameplay, like setpieces (which they've now ruined), but others like referees playing advantages make the game flow much better. The mission based gameplay adds a new edge to the game.