Reviews and Problems with World Championship Snooker 2004
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Value for money 8
World Championship Snooker 2004 review
4 October 2004
Conclusion: Although it might not suit everyone to pick up a new version if they own a previous edition, the Snooker faithful with enjoy Classic Match and AI improvements, while online fans will enjoy the compelling and time-consuming Net Play.
Conclusion: The trick shot mode adds some necessary variety and challenge, some fun games (mostly against the clock type stuff, games called “Time Bandits” and “Countdown” – you get the idea) also make good multiplayer games. As with last year’s game, the inclusion of superbly rendered pool tables (8 ball & 9 ball) is a brilliant idea, and they come complete with a trickshot mode of their own and pockets that look like buckets after a championship snooker table’s.
Pros: The ball physics totally convince., The game allows you to play like a Pro and make big breaks., Over 30 of the World’s top Pros - and they’re better animated than before., You can play 8-ball and 9-ball pool too!, Online play.
Cons: Still some issues with the control method and aiming., The players look less like the real thing than last year., We wanted this game in April,, July.