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NCAA® Final Four® 2004
FACT SHEET

Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
Developer: 989 Sports®
Genre: Sports
Players: 1-2 players (up to 8 with Multitap); up to 4 in Online Mode
Platform: PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system
Peripherals: DUALSHOCK®2 Analog Controller, Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation 2), Multi-Tap (for PlayStation 2),
Network Adaptor (Ethernet/Modem) (for PlayStation®2)
Launch Date: November 2003
Target Age: 17-34
Rating: “E” for Everyone

OVERVIEW

Combining the most authentic NCAA college basketball action with all new graphics and the new Online Mode, NCAA Final Four 2004 will have gamers everywhere going to head-to-head to take their team to the Big Dance. In order to build a collegiate program over multiple seasons in this game, players will have to master the Dynasty Mode by recruiting freshmen to replace graduating seniors. With over 303 Division IA teams to choose from and a newly redesigned graphics engine, 989 Sports offers its most authentic college basketball game to date. In addition, this year’s release offers an all-new Online Mode that will allow players from across the country to go head-to-head in heated rivalries.

KEY FEATURES

• Superior Graphics – A newly designed graphics engine has been implemented to make it one of the best college basketball game to date. The college hoopster comes to life in amazing detail. Player specific details include headbands, goggles, afros, “corn rows” and tattoos. Brand-new arenas feature specific floor design, mascots, coaches, and fight songs to ensure the home court advantage that can only be found in college hoops.

• Deepest Online Mode - Challenge opponents from anywhere in the country via a dial-up or broadband connection. Lobby features include 989 Sports or user hosted tournaments, message boards, user mail, buddy lists, and large-scale stat tracking. Revolutionary HTML interface allows the user to tap into the lobby from a personal computer. A live sports ticker provides all the current scores and sports news. A centralized login for user mail and message boards allows you to communicate with all 989 Sports gamers. Chat nationwide and tell gamers nationwide why you’re #1!

• Brand New Gameplay and Artificial Intelligence – The right analog stick control allows gamers to perform spin moves and drop steps out of the post, and confuse defenders with crossover and behind-the-back dribbles. Exclusive player rating icons appear below the players during gameplay. Icons indicate which player is the star performer, best shooter and fastest player for every team. All new “motion blending” technology creates seamless transitions in every animation, resulting in ultra smooth player control. Take it to the rack with over 30 new dunks including reverses, follow-ups and tomahawk jams. Upgraded artificial intelligence has teams executing double teams on star players and help defense when necessary.

• Authentic College Hoops Realism - Choose from more than 303 Division IA teams. Sharpen your skills in “Practice Mode.” Build a powerhouse collegiate program over multiple seasons by recruiting freshmen to replace graduating seniors in “Dynasty Mode”. Start off as an assistant coach at a small school, and see if you can work you way up to head coach at a major college basketball program in “Career Mode.” Play a season or simply enter the Big Dance™ in “Tournament” mode.

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