FIFA Soccer 2004 Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: FIFA Soccer kicks its game up a few notches with new installment, FIFA Soccer 2004. This year's action features more advanced levels of player detail and responsiveness. Play as one of the best players from 16 leagues and 350 teams, from Europe's super leagues to the Americas. Plus, a newFIFA Soccer kicks its game up a few notches with new installment, FIFA Soccer 2004. This year's action features more advanced levels of player detail and responsiveness. Play as one of the best players from 16 leagues and 350 teams, from Europe's super leagues to the Americas. Plus, a new Career Mode gives you the chance to take a team from the lower divisions, battle through ranks, sign new players, and turn them into champions. With immersive atmospheres, total realism with the world's premier clubs, and improved gameplay, FIFA Soccer 2004 looks to reach the goals of soccer fans. Expand
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  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
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  1. 85
    Exient's second GBA FIFA game is a great tweak to last year's game, but it might not be enough of an upgrade for the casual folk who already picked up 2003.
  2. 80
    In addition to an in-game instant replay feature, FIFA provides a neat highlight package at the end of games that shows the top six plays of the game.
  3. The game plays better than any other sports title released on the platform this season.
  4. The action is intense and scores tend to be unrealistically high, but gameplay is solid and fun. [Jan 2004, p.160]
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  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. AlexB.
    Oct 30, 2003
    10
    Simply excellent.
  2. J.Aronovitch
    Nov 7, 2003
    10
    The graphics and player movements are the spectacular. There are several difficulty levels to choose from and the A.I. plays intelligently. The graphics and player movements are the spectacular. There are several difficulty levels to choose from and the A.I. plays intelligently. There are even instant replays and after game highlights. I wish all GBA games would look and play this good. Awesome game. I give it a perfect score of 1010. Expand
  3. RickyC.
    Feb 16, 2004
    8
    The game is awesome but needs more. YOu should be able to edit the players and create your own. The career mode needs more like drafting The game is awesome but needs more. YOu should be able to edit the players and create your own. The career mode needs more like drafting players from colleges into the MLS mode. Should have a international career mode, like taking the USA team and building it up with better players. All photo pictures for the current rosters. Everything else is a 10. Expand
  4. GregY.
    Dec 18, 2003
    6
    I love soccer , but with x-box 2003 , no edit version , not all international teams , 2005 please include that , otherwise great ...allow forI love soccer , but with x-box 2003 , no edit version , not all international teams , 2005 please include that , otherwise great ...allow for more options PLEASE for 2005 . Expand
  5. AuA.
    Nov 15, 2003
    5
    H0pefully, it will get betta at fifa 2005.
  6. BlazJ.
    Nov 7, 2003
    3
    I buy it...and is the same as fifa 2003.... i was expecting some new things...but im very very disapointed... you cant play carrer mode likeI buy it...and is the same as fifa 2003.... i was expecting some new things...but im very very disapointed... you cant play carrer mode like in fifa 2004 pc... well if you look at gameplay is very nice...like 2003....but now u can make goal with head...its nice...gameplay for me is excelent..but what fifa 2003 gba and fifa 2004 gba lacks is carrer and deep mode...i dont wanna play season without euro cup!!!!!!!!!!!!! please ea make a game better with carrer mode for gba! Expand