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Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc.
Developer: 989 Sports®
Genre: Sports
Players: 1-2 players (up to 8 with Multitap)
Platform: PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system
Peripherals: DUALSHOCK®2 Analog Controller, Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation 2), Multitap (for PlayStation 2),
Network Adaptor (Ethernet/modem) (for PlayStation2)
Launch Date: August 2003
Target Age: 17-34
Rating: "E" for Everyone

OVERVIEW
The pageantry and excitement of college football hits the PlayStation 2 gridiron with NCAA® GameBreaker 2004. For the first time in the history of the NCAA GameBreaker franchise, gamers can take their skills online and compete against other college football fans anytime, via broadband or dial-up. This year

NCAA GameBreaker 2004 has added animated mascots, cheerleaders and sideline personnel as well as new bowl games and hidden stadiums. GameBreaker returns with a number of gameplay modes to choose from including Exhibition, Season, Tournament, Bowl Season and the new Practice Mode. Authentic college football formations like the wishbone, flexbone, full house, power-I, and wing-t deliver the non-stop college football action gamers crave.

KEY FEATURES

· Online Compatible - This year NCAA GameBreaker 2004 allows gamers to take their skills online and compete against other college football fans anytime, anywhere. Some of the online features include a centralized lobby, dial-up and broadband connectivity, leader boards, in-game chat, buddy lists, tournaments and more.

· New Offensive and Defensive Playbooks - Both the offensive and defensive playbooks have been completely rewritten offering numerous new plays that cater specifically to college football. Specific school tendencies have been mimicked to real life Nebraska attacks with the option attack and BYU opens it up with the passing attack.

· New Practice Mode and Play Editor - Enter the new practice mode to sharpen your skills before playing an exhibition or entering season mode. The new play editor challenges your X's and O's and let's you drum up new plays that you can incorporate into your team's playbook.

· New Play-By-Play and Color Commentary - Tim Brant (play-by-play) and Keith Jackson (color commentary) return to the franchise loaded with all new commentary that describes all the bone-crushing hits and game breaking plays.

· New Mascots, Cheerleaders and Sideline Personnel - In an effort to simulate the atmosphere and ambiance that makes college football so special, GameBreaker 2004 has more than 50 new fully animated and polygonal mascots along with animated cheerleaders.

· Coaching Career Mode - This is your chance to climb the competitive ladder of college coaching and win a National Championship. Start as a head coach or coordinator at one of the smaller schools and see if you really know your football.

· Comprehensive College Style Football - Authentic college football formations like the wishbone, flexbone, full house, power-I and wing-t truly deliver a realistic college football experience. "Blue Chip Recruiting" returns to GameBreaker 2004 enabling users to heavily recruit at both the High School and Junior College level.

· 27 Bowl Games plus Hidden Stadiums - Play in 27 bowl games including the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl, FedEx Orange Bowl, Nokia Sugar Bowl, Rose Bowl, Holiday Bowl, Insight.com Bowl, Toyota Gator Bowl, Capital One Florida Citrus Bowl, Outback Bowl, SBC Cotton Bowl, Chick-Fil-A-Peach Bowl, AXA Liberty Bowl, Motor City Bowl, GMAC Bowl, Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl, Wells Fargo Sun Bowl, Tangerine Bowl, Alamo Bowl, Las Vegas Bowl, Mainstay Independence Bowl, Houston Bowl, Seattle Bowl, New Orleans Bowl, Crucial.com Humanitarian Bowl, Sillicon Valley Football Classic, Hawaii Bowl, Continental Tire Bowl and the San Francisco Bowl. You can also access 11 Easter egg stadiums including a Roman Colisuem, Orbiting Planet Stadium, Space Alien Stadium, Old GameBreaker Bowl, Easter Island Stadium, Aircraft Carrier Stadium, City Street at Night Stadium, Pyramid Stadium, Underground Cavern and a few more.

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