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GR's Best of 2004 Awards

Posted on Thursday, January 1 @ 12:13:14 PST by Duke_Ferris

Picking a top sports game is no easy task. Is football better than soccer? Is baseball better than basketball? We'll let you make the call on that, and GR will handle the tough stuff by giving our top sports game honors to...


Winning Eleven 7

Publisher: Konami
Developer: Konami
Platform: PS2

Ask most of the world which sport rules, and without fail you will receive chants of 'Futbol! Futbol! Futbol!' Well, in this case we totally agree. Winning Eleven 7 is the ultimate recreation of soccer, a picture perfect blend of accessible gameplay and advanced functions. GOAL!! GOOOOOOAAAAALLLL!!!!!


MVP Baseball 2004
Publisher: EA
Developer: EA Canada
Platform: PS2 | Xbox | GC

2004 saw the end of a cursed era as the Red Sox finally won a World Series. EA figured they'd get a monkey off their back as well by rebuilding their baseball games from the ground up. The resulting MVP Baseball 2004 is an absolute monster thanks to its great control and visuals.

Publisher: Sega
Developer: Visual Concepts
Platform: PS2 | Xbox

No hockey season? No problem, so long as you have this low-priced, high-quality game on your shelf. ESPN filled the icy lockout hole with awesome gameplay, terrific graphics and more options than you can smack in the face with the pointy part of your stick. They even fixed the fighting.




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