Summary: This game was amazing. I recently played madden and ncaa 10 and it is just ridiculous. You can create a player very specifically in every position, I have just what I want, two teams made of created players that I can just fool around with and play games. You cannot get that these days with the level of ease this game brings. They ripped this stuff away and now they introduce it little by little each year and try to sell it to you like a new game.
Summary: Nfl fever 2004 is the most underrated football game ever. everyone says madden and espn is better but no! Nfl fever 2004 has the best graphics of the games and the players look very real. the stadiums are dead on and the crowd is decent. the gameplay is amazing, there are not allot of glitches like espn and madden. the other game modes are dynasty and practice. but you can create a team with very specific detail, and create a player. the player editor and trades etc.
Flavor for the Fever NFL Fever rocks the gridiron and destroys Madden 06 every day of the week and trice on sunday
Dark Jason, Amazon
2 April 2006
Summary: This game is just awesome. You got sweet tackle animations great interception animation. It also contains a bring your own jock running game you either bring the wood or dont come at all the defense is amazing even on rookie. the stiff arm button is great. The way the ball flys off of certain Quarterbacks hand is just sweet. The spiral is great you can see every grain of pigskin on the ball spinning the presentation is top notch.
Summary: unlike the 2003 Fever game, which only really added the Texans, NFL Fever 2004 is a completely new and revamped game. The graphics are flat out AMAZING. game play is smooth with life like faces of both players and coaches and new better looking player models. NFL Fever 2004 for XBox is a PERFECT gift for little kids. the game is awsome, the best graphics of any football game easily, very easy gameplay, and just flat out fun.
Summary: So where do I start? Okay defense...tackles are awesome. You don't just fall onto the guy, you make shoestring tackles, spin around wrap ups, and all out leveling hits that leave your oppponent on the ground out of breath. Now it's not to say you can't dodge a tackle, as there are various stiff arms, stutter steps, and spin moves that can allow you to get that extra yard you need for the first down.
Summary: This game would have been great if Microsoft had designers who knew anything about football. However, they don't. If you set the game on the beginner difficulty you will crush the computer even if it's your first time. If you up the difficulty one level you cannot complete a pass, you may get 4 yards on a run if your lucky, and will never hold a lead. It's terrible and will piss you off to no end.
Conclusion: While initially not my first choice, I was won over by the online gameplay and the price tag of $20 less than either madden or espn's current offerings and have not been dissapointed. While there are a few drawbacks, mainly in the audio and some repetitive screen shots, the look feel and features are very enjoyable and will appeal to both the casual football game player and the more serious as its easy to tailor the game to suit your style of play.