Reviews and Problems with UEFA Champions League 2004-2005
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Fox in the Box, amazon.co.uk
18 December 2012
Summary: I've had this game for quite a while now; my cousin gave it to me and never asked for it back - long story! Anyhow, as a footie title, this game is really interesting. The Season mode confirms this. Basically, this is a mission-based football game which means that for every mission of the season mode, you have a set amount of objectives to complete. What this is varies from mission to mission.
Summary: This game is better than fifa 2005 in so many ways. the game play is faster and player movement is alot better to. The directors objectives add an extra challenge to the play and means you have to be more tactical than most football games. This is a really adictive game and one every football game fan should own.
Summary: Pure class. Uefa 04-05 provides outstanding graphics and feels just like your watching it on the tele. A rubbish sound track but The ea sports talk radio is great. You can create your own footballer and there are 4 mode's to choose from. The perfect game for footie lovers 5 stars!!!!!!!!.
Summary: this game is a vast improvement on the fifa games that have been released over the past few years. The freekick taking is much better along with the corners and overall controls. If you support Southampton and you want to take them to european glory buy this game!
Mr. A. R. Cotgrove "3_lighters_for_a_pound", amazon.co.uk
24 March 2005
Summary: Your chairman's increasingly demanding expectations seem certain to scupper any chance of silverware, especially when he starts interfering with your decisions. Make no mistake: you'll have earned your moment of glory if you win the Champions League trophy. With a megalomaniac boss in your shadow, the game's main Season mode shows just how tough it is to juggle Europe's premier footy competition with domestic success.
Summary: This is awesome. SO WHAT ARE THE IMPROVEMENTS ON TOP OF FIFA 2005 Well firstly a completely refined set piece system: For freekicks you finally get the choice of short ball passing it to a short of goal player to. You then ofcourse can curl it or hit it hard. You can also play lobbed balls for heading in. For corners the old method has gone to be replaced with a method that has similarities to the old and the really old method, once more a short ball method exists.
Summary: I found this game very playable. I actually enjoyed the challenges that you are met with in each step of the game. Rather than winning every game you are sometimes thrown into a situation where you have to come from a goal or two down! The only criticism i would have of the game is that while you play you cant check fixtures or standings to see how your season is really progressing.
Summary: Champions League is by far the worst footballing game i have ever played. Basically its a lottery if you win a game, The artificial intelligence seems non existent and seems to decide the score before the match, you can play barcelona, one of the better teams and win five nil then play for instance everton and lose 2 nil, the shooting is uncontollable, the players are never in the right place and the computer 9 times out of 10 score on thier first effort as it seems the...
Summary: When I first played the game I thought I had just brought another version of Fifa 2005, because the menus are all the same and so are the controls, but the game play is faster, which is good. The free kicks and corners are quite hard but i suppose you get used to it after a while. If i have one complaint it is this.