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  1. NickM.
    Dec 2, 2004
    10
    This game needs to have fantasy picks and owner's of teams. It needs to have an all-american team to where you get to pick the players for your team!!!!!!!
  2. Ty
    Dec 27, 2004
    10
    Awesome.
  3. Dec 6, 2014
    8
    This was my favorite NCAAF game for the gamecube. It's got great create-a-(insert thing here) features, like teams, dynasties, players, etc. Despite Not-so-top notch graphics for it's era, it's up there with one of the best sports games of it's time. Big recommendation here. I still play it today, nearly 10 years later!
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Generally favorable reviews - based on 18 Critics

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  1. Definitely a notable improvement over last year's offering and the new Home Field Advantage feature is marvelous, but the recycled visuals and mere handful of other additions may deter those who already own 2004 from purchasing the game.
  2. This is the deepest football game to ever be released on the planet. From players transferring because of a lack of playing time, from your star quarterback cheating on his exams, if you want the most true to life, exciting football game available, NCAA Football 2005 is definitely your choice.
  3. In all, it felt like the players had a slightly lower center of gravity. This allows not only for a good running back to become extra shifty through better lateral movement (without even having to use the juke button), but it also gives defenders an extra punch to their hits. [July 2004, p.112]