Summary: Despite the fact that I yet to not obtain this urgeful game, NCAA Football 2004, I have been vigorously searching for reviews and guides (one from ign.com). Anyways, here are some things I like about the game: 1.
Summary: now, if u like college football than u will love this game! there are lots of different juke moves, dives, passes, etc. that u can preform! graphics are good, season mode is exciting, and there are over 50 different teams to choose from.
Summary: I gave this game 5 stars. If I could only play one video game for the rest of my life, this would be it. That out of the way, here are a couple nitpicks. Classic Teams: Where is #3 for the 1977 Fighting Irish? (That would be Joe Montana. The game's starting QB is #12.
Summary: If you are looking for a football game that is worth your money, NCAA Football is just for you. The gameplay is smooth and the controls are tight. You can run plays from the "option" to a "hail mary." Also, the graphics are great. The players look so real, it seems like you are watching a real game.
Summary: This game is awesome! The graphics are great and the gameplay is the best i've ever seen from a football game. There is a great dynasty mode which allows you to recruit at colleges, play you schools games, and even pick the teams you want to face on your schedule.
Summary: No sports game out there can compare to the pagentry, passion and depth of NCAA Football 2004. This game can be as simple or as complex as you want. You want simple? Pick a team, line up and play a game. Want a little depth?
Summary: NCAA Football 2004 is the greatest football game out. This year they added the online mode. If u have an online adapter you can play againist other gamers online. Dynasty mode is so much better than last (that has to be good). The new sports illustrated feature is great.
Summary: I'm still hooked on NCAA 2003, but I had to get NCAA 2004 anyway. Unlike what was said by some reviewers, this game is not like last years; game play might be familiar but the graphics are much better and the plays actually run as designed (2003 didn't perform well on the trick plays where in NCAA...