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FIFA Soccer 2004 is the most complete and authentic soccer experience for true soccer fans. This year's action is deeper than ever with advanced levels of player detail and responsiveness. Plus, a new Career Mode gives you the chance to take a team from the lower divisions, battle through ranks, sign new players, and turn them into champions. With immersive atmospheres, total realism with the worlds premier clubs, and industry-leading gameplay, FIFA Soccer 2004 returns as the true authority in soccer gaming.
- Off-the-Ball Control - Take control of players away from the ball, and run them into space for attacking passes or gain valuable position during dead ball kicks.
- Groundbreaking Gameplay - A fine-tuned game engine and new animations dramatically enhance the smoothness in player movement.
- Expanded Database and Controls - Deeper team AI, attributes tactics, playing styles, control, and individual player personalities.
- Be the Ultimate Player Manager - Build your franchise and guide your club to the Championship by making calculated front-office decisions with Career Mode. When one season ends and another begins new challenges will present themselves.
- Immersive Environments - More than 300 new crowd chants at an ever growing list of officially licensed stadiums help put you in the best seat in the house. Plus, an all-new dynamic weather feature even affects gameplay, so choose your home wisely.
- Play With The Best - More than 500 official licenses, including 16 leagues, 350 teams and 10,000 players. From Europes super leagues to the Americas Club Championship, FIFA Soccer 2004 has the most authentic selection of the worlds best.
- A Game With No Boundaries - Go online and take on opponents from anywhere in the country (PS2 and PC only). An online lobby area where gamers can meet, greet, chat and play head-to-head provides the ultimate interactive experience.
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