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  • Summary: For the first time ever, NCAA GameBreaker 2004 will allow gamers to take their skills online and compete against other college football fans anytime, anywhere. NCAA GameBreaker 2004 further illustrates the realism of college football this year by using the new Practice Mode that gives players the option to sharpen their skills before playing an exhibition or entering season mode. Bringing back the true-to-life college football experience that gamers crave, legendary announcers Keith Jackson and Tim Brandt return to the microphone. With more than 50 new animated mascots, cheerleaders, and sideline personnel, gamers everywhere will feel the spirit and emotion of college football. [SCEA] Collapse
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 15
  2. Negative: 1 out of 15
  1. 989 Studios's best release yet, but is still not quite perfect.
  2. While there are quite a few lacking elements, there are just as many innovative extras to make up for it. Decent game play and a good presentation make this a title worth a look.
  3. The online concept seems very good, the actual play just needs to be refined when talking about such things as network lag and the sort. Things can get very frustrating very fast with the delay in action after pressing a button.
  4. 66
    Once you step on the field, things start to unravel.
  5. With improved defensive aspects and a heap of new creation and game modes, it isn't bad, but it's not great either. [Oct 2003, p.40]
  6. The authoritative presence of Hal of Fame sports announcer Keith Jackson significantly enhances what would have been an otherwise poor showing. [Oct 2003, p.68]
  7. 40
    The online mode and audio commentary show that the series holds promise, but even hard-core college football fans will feel frustrated by this game.

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  1. GeorgeW.
    Aug 29, 2003
    Great Graphics, good gameplay except for passes which come in painfully slow! what gives??? many options available, and solid online play. Good game to rent, but BUY NCAA 2004! even though this effort is 10 bucks less. Expand