FIFA Football 2004 | Amazon 50p prime / £2.49 non prime (Used)
FIFA Football 2004 | Amazon 50p prime / £2.49 non prime (Used)

FIFA Football 2004 | Amazon 50p prime / £2.49 non prime (Used)

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A steal at only 50p.

Works with PS2 only, may put off some people.

The cover features Alessandro Del Piero, Thierry Henry, and Ronaldinho. Automatically making this a better game than FIFA 17 with the German what's-his-face on the cover.

Here are some key features:

Improved gameplay and animation
Expanded database and controls
In-game management in Career Mode
16 worldwide leagues, 350 teams, 10,000 players
Tons of officially licensed stadia with crowd chants etc
Broadcast-style presentation
Online play and special features (requires broadband connection and Network Adapter)
For 1-2 players

"A FIFA game that has to be applauded... immensely playable." -- GamesMaster Magazine

"Looks spectacular, plays well after practice and has options galore. 89%." -- Play Magazine


Does this come with a PS2

lmao really????!

With network play. X)

Thats about 50p more than what it's worth

Retro gaming: you're doing it wrong

Good deal this.... in 2003/4

Original Poster


lmao really????!

allenjones2003, God bless your sense of humour.

Were you actually looking for this game?

To be fair, the gameplay probably is better than the bag of pace abusing game mechanic exploiting crap it's become today...

But if you're going to buy a football game from 2004, get PES.

Is this the one where the you control players without the ball with the right analog stick?!

2004 The Year...

Greece won the European Championship oO

Arsenal won the English Premier League oO

Middlesbrough won the English League Cup oO

Werder Bremen won the German Bundesliga oO

Valencia won the Spanish Primera Division and the UEFA Cup oO

FC Porto won the UEFA Champions League oO

San Marino record their first ever win oO

Leeds United and Leicester City got relegated from the English Premier League oO

Wimbledon FC moved to Milton Keynes and changed their name oO

Hull City were promoted from the English Division Three oO

Swansea City finished 10th in the English Division Three oO

Birmingham City paid a club record £6.25 million for Emile Heskey oO

...and people thought 2016 was a strange year!

Do you remember the heskey memes, they were fantastic

Available in your local charity shop for a quid

Best joke of a deal in 2017 so far
Edited by: "NotoriousC" 17th Jan
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