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UEFA EURO 2004 (PS2)
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- Football sports game
- Take your favourite European national team all the way through the UEFA tournament
- New gameplay types include Home and Away, Situation, and Fantasy
- Skill moves include nutmegs, diving headers, and bicycle kicks
- Single player and multiplayer modes
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- Platform: PlayStation2
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
UEFA EURO 2004 is a football sim in the style of the FIFA games. In EURO 2004 mode players can play as any of the 51 European nations. Players can arrange and play friendly matches against other nations or play through the tournament going from qualifying, to playoffs and into the finals. In addition to tracking injuries and suspensions, a new dynamic morale system will track players' morale, which will fluctuate based on individual and team performances and affect player abilities on the field.
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Marrying the glitz and glamour of the Euro 2004 football tournament to a highly playable game, UEFA Euro 2004 once again finds EA Sports in fine form. The idea, unsurprisingly, is that you take your nation of choice through the qualifying stages and numerous friendlies, before heading for the finals themselves with the aim of lifting the trophy. And, thanks to the quality of the gameplay, it's a journey you'd be hard-pressed not to enjoy. Few times can you share such joy with your screen as when your fluid, flowing move has resulted in that crucial last-minute winner. The game is chock-full of moments such as this, and it all serves as a very strong tie-in to the tournament.
There are one or two caveats, though. The first is that this is a slightly evolved version of FIFA 2004, albeit with some welcome, if unessential new features. The biggest of these is a morale system, where more confident players tend to do better, while those on the receiving end of hammerings and bookings don't. Some additional skills, options and graphical tweaks pretty much see out the rest of the changes. The second caveat is that the game, by nature of being tied into the tournament itself, doesn't offer very prolonged long-term appeal, although undoubtedly you'll enjoy yourself while it lasts.
In short though, UEFA Euro 2004 is a very good, superbly presented and enjoyable football game. And while those who bought FIFA 2004 may not be getting quite the same value for money out of it as everyone else, it's ultimately hard to quibble about the quality of the football on offer. --Simon Brew
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As we have come to expect from EA Sports (also the makers of the amazing FIFA titles) the graphics are crisp and there is a huge amount of realism in the likeness's of all the players.The game play is seemingly endless and continues the authentic football experiance. Not only do you have all new skill moves, but futher enhanced player movement,passing,shooting,heading and dribbling have been introduced making UEFA Euro 2004 easy to pick up and play but a challenge for the real football gaming fan.
Whereas FIFA 2004 had a through-ball feature that was difficult to master, Euro 2004 sees this move refined to become as integral to the game as it used to be to Pro Evo. Not only that, but players make intelligent runs that you'll need to be able to spot and anticipate.
Another refinement is in the off-the-ball system introduced in FIFA 2004. This was so easy that my top scorer had 45 goals in a season because all I had to do was pick him out with an L2 pass. Now it's a much more difficult thing to complete, as defenders block the passes or prevent the target man from getting in a shot.
Of course the graphics are as realistic as you'd expect from the FIFA franchise - almost TV quality. You can choose from playing the full qualification route or going straight to the competition, as well as having a random selection in either. And a new feature introduces the ability to set up your own situation for a one-off game - the score, time left, yellow/red cards etc.
This certainly whets the appetite for FIFA 2005 - finally it's approaching the intelligence and subtlety of Pro Evo, although if forced to choose, I'd still stick with the more intuitive and controllable Pro Evo.
- Simon King
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really disappointing game! DO NOT BUY i played it at my mates house and he was really annoyed that he payed 30 quid for it. Read morePublished on 8 Aug. 2004 by Mr. P. Mrs J. Lincoln
This game is a fun good game I have enjoyed playing, it could be improved though by having play offs when a nation once a nation with the same number of points as another nation... Read morePublished on 24 July 2004
A beautiful game but it have only two international competitions, the tornament and the UEFA Euro 2004 modePublished on 12 July 2004
I like the game but the only thing i dont like is that u cant add your self to the teams now dont get me wrong i like to play as david Beckham an all the other its juss i rather... Read morePublished on 7 July 2004 by kameron
Having been a fan of EA Sports' titles such as NHL 2003, Madden 2004, and Tiger Woods 2004 when it came to buying a football game the choice was obvious. Read morePublished on 26 Jun. 2004 by DUNCAN MUIR
If you thinking of investing in a football game, DO NOT choose this. There are so many flaws its untrue..
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Well i will keep it short and sweet. Yes it looks good, yes it plays better than all previous EA titles but it just has one really really bad point about it. Read morePublished on 12 Jun. 2004 by Amazon Customer