NCAA Football 2005 PlayStation 2

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Generally favorable reviews - based on 29 Critics

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Generally favorable reviews- based on 35 Ratings

Summary: Do you have what it takes to survive in college football's most hostile environments? For the first time in video game football history, the game-day atmosphere directly affects players' on-field performances. See if players have enough composure to withstand the pressure, and take advantage of key personnel mismatches with the new Match-Up Stick. Add in fan celebrations like the Gator Chomp or Texas Hook 'Em Horns and you'll see that NCAA Football 2005 delivers the real emotion, collegiate atmosphere, and traditional gameplay of college football. Electrifying Stadium Atmosphere: Watch the visiting team fight crowd noise when calling audibles and hot routes. Pump up the crowd and build up your home field advantage to take opponents out of the game. Build your team's stadium atmosphere to rank among the elite stadiums in the country. See, hear and feel the immediate impact from hostile environments like LSU?s "Death Valley," "The Swamp" at Florida, Michigan?s "Big House," and Nebraska's "Sea of Red." Deeper Dynasty Mode: Monitor discipline levels and grades to ensure your program's integrity, while recruiting promising high school athletes and converting them into skilled position players. Keep players happy with playing time or risk them transferring to one of your rivals in the off-season. New Gameplay Enhancements: Choose from new custom playbooks, offensive schemes, and defensive formations that include the 4-2-5 and 3-3-5 Stack. [Electronic Arts]
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Rating: E
Developer: EA Tiburon
Genre(s): Sports
Number of Players:1-8 Players
Sound:Dolby Pro Logic II
Offline Modes:Competitive Cooperative Team Oriented
Connectivity:Local Area Network Online
Special Controllers:Headset Keyboard Multi-Tap
Online Modes:Competitive
Cast Credit
Brad Nessler Play-By-Play Announcer
Lee Corso Announcer
Kirk Herbstreit Announcer
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Awards & Rankings

#38 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2004