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1. Star Wars: Battlefront
$46.95
2. Star Ocean 2: Till The End of
$46.94
3. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005
$45.95
4. FIFA Soccer 2005
$49.03 list($49.99)
5. PlayStation 2 Eye Toy
$44.99
6. Burnout 3:Takedown
$24.00 list($49.99)
7. Madden NFL 2005
$47.30
8. Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
$46.93
9. Nascar 2005: Chase For The Cup
$48.99
10. Gallop Racer 2004
$45.88
11. X-Men Legends
$42.00
12. Tony Hawk Underground 2
$29.97 list($49.99)
13. Red Dead Revolver
$37.50 list($49.99)
14. NCAA Football 2005
$39.99
15. Def Jam Fight for NY
$41.98
16. Phantom Brave Limited Edition
$17.99 list($49.99)
17. Need for Speed Underground
$48.88
18. Blood Rayne 2
$46.48
19. Crash Twinsanity
$45.00
20. Monster Hunter

1. Star Wars: Battlefront

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Asin: B0001NE48U
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Lucasarts Entertainment
Sales Rank: 51
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Open-ended multiplayer action game set in the Star Wars universe
  • Re-enact the most memorable battles from the films
  • More than 15 environments across 10 diverse planets including Hoth, Geonosis, Yavin, Tatooine and Naboo
  • 20 different soldier types from four factions: Rebel Alliance, Imperial Army, Clone Army and Droid Army
  • Single player and multiplayer modes (up to 16 players over the Internet or 32 via a LAN)

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Battlefield Star Wars
Four stars (or better) is actually what I'm hoping this game will get considering it hasn't come out yet. This game has the potential to be the best Star Wars game ever. That is, if you don't care too much about Jedi. Basically, this game is like Battlefield 1942 for the PC. You get to fight in all the great battles from all six movies. That's right, I said six movies. This means not only will you get to play as the rebels and the imperials, but you get to play as the republic and the sepratists too! The will also feature at least one planet from Episode III! There are a total of ten planets to battle on and sixteen different maps meaning that some planets will have more than one map. As a soldier for one of the four armies, you'll have five different types of soldiers to choose from. You'll have the regular infantry, the vehicle killers, the pilots, the snipers, and a special type. There should be a total of twenty different weapons. The planets I'm 100% sure will be featured are: Hoth, Tatoonie, Naboo, Endor, Yavin IV, Cloud City, Kamino, and Geonosis. The part I'm most excited about is not the battle on foot but the battle on vehicles. There will be about thirty different vehicles to take down enemies with. While you are on Hoth, you can get a buddy (AI or human player) and go lasso some AT-ATs. I can't wait for Star Wars Battlefront to come out.

5-0 out of 5 stars Star Wars BattleFront
All Right, I know that this game hasn't came out yet, but it should be good. Star Wars Battle is another World War 1 game with one thing different. Star Wars. Controll a character through different Star WArs environments. Including Hoth, Dagaba and Tatooen. I can't wait for this game to come out. ... Read more


2. Star Ocean 2: Till The End of Time

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Asin: B0002GTFIK
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: SQUARE ENIX USA INC.
Sales Rank: 874
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Set in SD 772, the hero Fayt Leingod searches for his family and loved ones
  • Move through fullly 3-D battlefields and control three characters simultaneously
  • Execute synchronized attacks coordinated with other characters to attack enemies
  • Lush, fully polygonal graphics, cut scenes, and an orchestral score create a magnificent environment
  • Contains all the features of the Japanese Director's Cut version

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars starocean
Unlike what other reviews say, StarOcean is a very fun game. It has a great story line, execelent gameplay, a great fighting system. Overall a great RPG even if the 2 player mode is misleading.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not an true two player game
This product is sold as being for two players. When in fact the only time two players can play is in battle scenes. The rest of the time the other player has no control over the game at all, other then to sit and wait for the main player to get into a fight. There is no disclaimer on the package stating that the two-player mode is only for battle scenes. This is just away to rip off customers who are looking for true two player games. As most everyone knows when you buy a game and take it home then open it, (IT IS YOUR'S)no money back because you do not like it or because of shady packaging statements. The company that marketed the game gets their money, the store gets their money and the customer gets ripped off. If I could give less then one star I would have! ... Read more


3. Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2005

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Asin: B0002I9RPY
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 92
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Features

  • Golf sports game
  • 14 courses; 8 of them new this year
  • Compete as or against 15 different PGA golfers; GameFaceII lets you create a new golfer from the ground up
  • Create a PGA career by attracting sponsors and competing over 10 seasons
  • For 1 player

4. FIFA Soccer 2005

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Asin: B0002I9ROK
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 189
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Features

  • Soccer sports game
  • More than 350 official team and league licenses from around the world
  • Licensed stadiums with authentic crowd chants
  • Career mode lets you play from both the pitch and the front office
  • Single player, multiplayer, and online multiplayer modes

5. PlayStation 2 Eye Toy
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00009YEK0
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment
Sales Rank: 153
Average Customer Review: 4.43 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Video game makers have been experimenting with live-action video in games since the early 1980s but EyeToy (a digital camera for PlayStation2) marks the first time it's been done right. The device magically superimposes video-game graphics onto a player's image and translates his or her movements into controlling elements of the game. It is the best improvement of video game controls since the joystick.

The EyeToy camera plugs into your PS2
EyeToy has two components: a digital camera that plugs into one of the USB ports in the front of the PS2 and a disc of party games. In the EyeToy games--there are 12 on the disc, but some of them are little more than variations on the same theme--your image is at the center of the action. The game is totally controlled by moving your body in front of the camera. For example, in one game where the object is to beat back invading hordes of kung-fu fighters who come at you from the four corners of the screen, you must move your hands (or elbows, head, hips, whatever) to connect with the fighters onscreen and slap them away. Unlike most contemporary video games, EyeToy is so intuitive that most users will be able to play in a matter of seconds--even toddlers and senior citizens. Watching someone play EyeToy is fun: onscreen, the games are like the fanciful mix of live action and animation á la Who Framed Roger Rabbit, and off-screen, the player's movements are almost as goofy as those playing Dance Dance Revolution.

EyeToy is best enjoyed by groups
Setting up EyeToy is simple--just plug in the camera and drop in the disc--but fine-tuning it for your game environment takes a little effort. First, you'll need to have adequate, well-balanced lighting. We found that a bare 60-watt light bulb positioned behind the EyeToy camera worked pretty well. Next, you should clear away as many objects as possible between you and the EyeToy camera. Not only can extra objects impede the camera's function, they can present hazard when playing the game. A uniform background helps, too; we found that a light-colored wall worked better than a dark background. Before you drag the couch out on the lawn and pull pictures off the wall, try out the camera in different positions to see if you can find something that works without redecorating. The recommended placement of your EyeToy camera is right on top of your TV, but if your PS2 is situated farther than the 72-inch attached camera cord, you will have to get creative. We tried pointing the camera up at us from a coffee table and it worked fine.

The EyeToy games, while fun, are too simple to keep solo gamers interested for long periods of time. EyeToy is best as a party game played with groups of friends, or as a way to show off your PS2. And as a peripheral for future games EyeToy holds a lot of promise. Let's hope that Tony Hawk and John Madden find a use for this little camera. --Porter B. Hall

Pros:

  • Totally unique approach to video game design
  • Great for groups
  • So intuitive that anyone will be able to play it immediately
Cons:
  • Only the pathologically vain will find lasting fun in this as a solo game
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Features

  • USB digital camera makes the player the "star" of the game; camera unit is 2.25" tall by 2.25" wide by 3.5" deep
  • Motion-tracking technology instantly translates body movement into on-screen interaction
  • Comes with twelve mini-games, including: Wish-Washi, Beat Freak, Kung Fu, Soccer Craze, Boxing Chump
  • Can also be used to instantly create personalized video messages
  • Funky Playroom feature (visual effects) and multiplayer options make EyeToy the perfect party peripheral

Reviews (125)

5-0 out of 5 stars Fun, fun, and more enjoyable fun!
I got this item the day after I got my Playstation 2 on Christmas day with the money I got. it was easier to set up than I expected. there are to USB ports on your PS2. it's on the left of your controler port in the horizontol postion (side to side) or below the controler port in the vertical postion(up and down). you plug the camera wire into one of them (dosen't mater which one) and the camera on top of the TV. all you need to do than is to move the camera up and down untell your in the picture. than you move the lens untell the picture is really clear.sounds hard but really easy. OK, there are 12 games on this game very fun. me and my Dad played for 45 minutes and sweating all lot for punching vertuol people to death. This are very fun games. wouldn't change a thing about them. there is also a play mode which you can pop bubbles, play in snow, twitch like your dieing (on the TV, not in real life) and much more! The last thing I'm going to say is this thing is less than two inches tall and less than three inches wide!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the greatest games in the PLANET!!!!
My friend got this for her birthday and we played it almost all night long on her birthday party. You actually feel like u'r in the tv playing game- whether its heading soccer balls, doing kung fu or dancing! Its a really cool and fun technology and a must have for all ages and both genders. Its definitely going on my birthday and christmas wishlist this year! It is truly one of the greatest games in the planet!!!!

***fine print: even this almost-perfect sounding game has its drawbacks---you have to get used to pressing buttons by waving your hands in the air which might take a while and on some of the games you can't see yourself very clearly on the screen. Also, in the dancing game (i think its called Disco stars) you have to position the camera in a very good position or sometimes the buttons don't get pressed and you don't get points.***

BUT STILL, THIS GAME IS THE BEST!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars awesome!
I GOT MY EYETOY YESTERDAY AND I HAVE PUT ABOUT 8 HOURS OF PLAY TIME INTO IT. I REALLY LOVE SOME OF THE GAMES AND THE VOICE AND VIDEO MESSAGING IS WONDERFUL I DID A BUNCH OF FAKE COMMERCIALS THAT WERE REALLY STUPID AND MY FRIENDS GOT A KICK OUT OF IT.IF YOUR LOOKING AT THE FRONT OF THE BOX AND ON THE RIGHT SIDE ARE THE LEAST FUN GAMES, BUT ALL THE OTHERS ARE "WILDLY ADDICTING" IIF U DO BEAT FREAK WITH SOME LIKE 7 POUND WEIGHTS ITS A REALLY GOOD WORKOUT! MY 3 YEAR OLD NEPHEW LOVES IT SPECIALLY THE PLAYROOM I RECCOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!

eye toy ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
EYE TOY ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!i love playing kungfoo,boxing,and wishiwashi.they're my 3 favorites.my friends and i love to make funny videos on eye toy.this is one of the best games ever!!!!!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Eye Toy
The games on Eye Toy are really cool but you can get really bored of playing some of the games over and over. Out of the 12 games you can play games by savimg your friends, playing soccor, destroying ghost,spinning plates,washing windows, boxing, being a dancing diva, and becoming a kung fu fighter. Before you start Eye Toy the game will tell you some really good tips and before each game I'd recomend reading the instructions first. ... Read more


6. Burnout 3:Takedown

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Asin: B0002IQC8E
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 103
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Action racing game
  • Race mode features the skin-of-your-teeth action that made the previous installments so popular
  • Crash mode lets players indulge in spectacular, high-speed destruction
  • Rack up points not just for speed but also for style
  • Single-player, multiplayer and online crash and race modes

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Adrenaline = Burnout 3
Want a crash in the most spectacular way imaginable? Then the Burnout 3 is the right cure for you. If you put together unbelivable sens of speed, breath-taking crashes and damages on cars, you get the reason, vhy did I give this game five stars. ... Read more


7. Madden NFL 2005
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Asin: B00020V4N0
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 6
Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Football simulation/action sports game
  • New storyline central in franchise mode gathers game events into news-story presentations
  • Create-a-fan feature lets you put your likeness into the stadium crowd
  • New Defensive Playmaker Control lets you modify pre-snap assignments for any defensive player on the field
  • Single player and multiplayer online modes

Reviews (23)

4-0 out of 5 stars Get the right one
All I'm gonna say about this game is make sure you get the Collector's Edition for PS2 only. (...)In addition to the regular version of Madden NFL 2005 in limited edition collectible packaging, the Collector's Edition will include: playable classic versions of Madden from the 16-bit era and two from the PlayStation era, a Madden trivia challenge with over 1000 questions, "Madden Moments" spanning the past 15 seasons, and historical playoff teams from the past 15 years--each with their authentic uniforms. Other goodies exclusive to the Collector's Edition will include: bonus video content including footage of "The Madden Phenomenon", "The Music of Madden", and a documentary looking into how the game is developed every year from scratch.

5-0 out of 5 stars greatest football game ever made
madden 2005 is the absolute greatest football game made. the new defense options are great and the hit stick, phew, i love it. thats all i like to do on defense is use it on the quarterback for a sack, force fumbles, and the best part is when i hit the reciever so hard he just drops the ball. i also like how the game has tackles that are more realistic and u cant just bounce off of 5 defenders and run for 100 yards. you should really buy this game. p.s. the story mode is a great feature to make the franchise even more fun and competitive.

2-0 out of 5 stars this game is worse than 04
Im 15 years old. I think that this is the worst football game sinse 2000. Not because of the graphics, their great, or because of all the new features either there also great, except one. John Madden thought that it would be a great idea to have no choice on if you want or don't want to have the salary cap turned off. Now usually I play for the first couple years with a salary cap, like i did this year, but I found out that after I played 2 years of my season I couldn't play because I was 30,000,000 dollars in the hole and I did not have any created players, and they were all average players. I play with the vikings. The only people on that roster that have big salaries are Moss and Culpepper. Why doesn't madden get rid of that AI. thing, that is the dumbest thing on the game. I sure hope Madden doesnt do that again next year or I wont be buying his game.

5-0 out of 5 stars Madden 2005 is the best
Madden 2005 is the best football game i have ever played I love the new storyline central and the new hit stick with those agressive defenses this game has great graphics and the players overall ratings are perfect and this game is way better than espn nfl 2k5 even though this game costs way more money I love this game and it is to die for the best game ever!!!!!!!!! p.s. you must either rent or buy this game!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars MADDEN CHALLENGE
This year of Madden is going to be the best ever. The new defensive controls are going to put an exciting new twist on game. It used to only be fun playing offense but now you can enjoy both sides of the ballo to make how you play the game way more intense. These new features are going to really add tension in this years Madden Challenge.....Its already intense with 50 Gs on da line but with Hit Stick having the ability to change the outcome of the game..wow.its gonna be crazy.....c u in line for the game or at the Madden Challenge....P3@CE ... Read more


8. Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne

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Asin: B00024W1U6
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Atlus Software
Sales Rank: 760
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9. Nascar 2005: Chase For The Cup

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Asin: B0002I9ROU
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 249
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Features

  • Battle your way from rookie status to become a top NASCAR driver
  • Championship points system lets you make a late season play for the cup
  • New series include NASCAR Busch, NASCAR Craftsman Truck, NASCAR Featherlite Modified, and American Muscle Car
  • Offtrack action lets you confront drivers and race through city streets
  • For 1 or more players

10. Gallop Racer 2004

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Asin: B0002A6CRS
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Tecmo
Sales Rank: 659
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11. X-Men Legends

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Asin: B0001I9YHG
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Activision
Sales Rank: 178
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Features

  • Stop Magneto from blotting out the sun and plunging the globe into eternal winter
  • Choose a team of 4 from 15 playable Mutants
  • Fully destructible environments
  • Penned by former X-Men writers and based on the Ultimate X-Men comic book series
  • Up to 4 players in skirmish and co-op modes

12. Tony Hawk Underground 2

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Asin: B0002CNUN0
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Activision
Sales Rank: 23
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Features

  • Join Tony Hawk and skate through a hilarious story, amazing customization, and tons of high flying moves
  • Tear it up with sticker slaps, projectiles, crazy vehicles, hilarious tantrums, and slow-motion Focus Control
  • Play as yourself, your teammates, or over 20 special guest skaters
  • Join the no rules, no limits world tour versus Bam Margera
  • Create your own logo for use in graffiti tags, plus create goals, parks, and get your face in the game

13. Red Dead Revolver
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0001ADAME
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Rockstar Games
Sales Rank: 636
Average Customer Review: 3.88 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Third person action game where you play as a bounty hunter from the Wild West
  • Chase down foes on horseback, engage in duals, and drive stagecoaches in your quest for revenge
  • Arcade play blended with full-motion capture cut-scenes
  • Inspired by Spaghetti Westerns of the 60s and 70s
  • For 1 to 4 players

Reviews (51)

5-0 out of 5 stars Rootin' Tootin' Fun!
This is one of those games that can suck away hours, as you try to clear just ONE MORE level. It gleefully exploits every classic western stereotype, from one-on-one gunfights, saloon brawls, shooting outlaws as they gallop after your train, and picking off varmints from behind boulders. You play as the laconic Red, a feisty, shotgun-wielding lady rancher, Native American warrior, English sharpshooter, even a Buffalo Soldier! The music is truly top knotch, and the sheer number of items to unlock make playing through several times worth it. If you've ever enjoyed the western, you'll like this game. There is the occaisional camera glitch: a few times as I ducked fire I was completely blinded to my foes but this was rare. Also, some of the voice acting is unintentionally hilarious, but that's par for the course.

One note: characters do die rather graphically, with the requisite geysers of blood and very, uh, wet sound effects. So it may not be for the younguns, but then, this is the company that makes the Grand Theft Auto games, so...

4-0 out of 5 stars Spagetti Western+Video Game=Super FUN!
I'm a huge fan of the westerns. Mostly Clint Eastwood Westerns. Not so much a fan of "The Duke." You know, the Sergeio Leone ones with the real gritty look.
I saw an ad for this game and was instantly intrigued by it. Wow, a great shoot-em-up western has finally made it the gaming world. I read some mixed reviews about it, some of which said that the game was not worth it. Being that I'm such a huge western fan, I decided to buy it and review it myself.
It looks amazing!!! The screen shots look just like some old Clint Eastwood western. Real Gritty!!! The game play is very arcade style which is fast and fun. Controlling the camera and your character can get a bit frustrating but whatever! It's real run. Quick Draw and Dead Eye add a lot to its playability. The only thing that I really don't like about the game so far is that there isn't so much of a range in the speeds in the characters movement. Its real similar to controlling whatshisface from GTA Vice City. To much running. The analog does not easily allow you to walk to stride to brisk walk to run to sprint. All in all, I'm feeling this game a lot and I haven't even finished playing it. Either way, I'm going down in a blaze of glory

3-0 out of 5 stars Maybe a bad premise?
There have been very few, if any, video games that are set in the wild, wild west. Rockstar Games, an awesome company, should be given credit for attempting to go where few other companies have ever gone. Red Dead Revolver is a good western video game I suppose, but perhaps video games simply weren't meant to be set in the old west. In this age of special operations and counterterrorist video games, Red Dead Revolver can not truly compete. The plot is lacking, and the gamer never truly feels attached to the character of Red. There are limited weapons that mostly all feel the same to use. These things combine to make for a very boring gameplay. Save your money for another summer blockbuster.

5-0 out of 5 stars READY! AIM! REVIEW!!
I first played this game at a friends house on his Xbox and thought it was awesome, then I played it on the PS2 and it was even better. The gameplay is awesome, the A.I. is incrediable and the weapons are authentic, all in all a great game. I personally recommened the PS2 version because of easier controls.

3-0 out of 5 stars One of Rockstar's Best Games...
...but it does not come without flaws. For those of you who don't know, Red Dead Revolver is Rockstar's first attempt at a western-themed game. The game has a great presentation, terrific sound, and amazing gameplay. However, in many cases, its flaws outweigh its good spots.
Of course, you can't notice it at first, but this game is brutally short. If you are familiar with this genre, you can breeze through it in about 5 or 6 hours. And I thought Max Payne 2 was short! Once you finish the game, you will be very disappointed, because it is a very fun game to play, and it captures the feel of the west perfectly. You will run across ghost towns, menacing cowboys, and colorful environments.
There is no shortage of weapons in the game, and every weapon feels authentic. Also, the gameplay is great, with smooth controls and good AI.
Basically, if you have any interest in the west, this is a good investment for a game. It just may not be interesting to some people, and you may even just want a rental. I know I should have rented it instead of bought it, because I beat it in six hours, and I was bored after a few days. The multiplayer games improve the value, but still you will tire of them after a few hours. ... Read more


14. NCAA Football 2005
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00020V4PI
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 65
Average Customer Review: 4.42 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • College football sports game
  • New Match-Up Stick allows you to take advantage of key personnel mismatches
  • Team-specific fan celebrations like the Gator Chomp
  • Dynasty mode lets you monitor grades, recruit from high schools, and develop underclassmen
  • Single player, multiplayer, and online multiplayer modes

Reviews (48)

5-0 out of 5 stars A step in a great direction
Last year, my friends and I found ourselves more deeply involved with NCAA 2004 than Madden 2004, NCAA just was a much more fun game to play. Well we got NCAA 2005 yesterday, and my friend was a little dissapointed with the jukes and ability to run, but overall, the game is immaculate. From the tipped passes, to the big hits, to the screen shaking from the stadium pulse, to the create-a-signs(with which I put lots and lots of cuss words), all the way to the composure ratings of players. Playing as Michigan, I can really feel the intensity at home when my team is on defense, and I just got done playing a game at Notre Dame, and boy, was it hard to play with the screen and controller shaking, my running backs couldn't even hear my audibles. It was great fun. All of the upgrades and additions integrate nicely into the game, and the only complaints with the game is 1. It is create a playbook from existing plays, you only get to pick the formation(you do not get to create a play like Madden), and 2. The shoulders and chests of the players look just a little bit off to me, but it is not that big of a deal. All in all, this will wet my appetite until the new NCAA comes out next year, and I don't even think I am gonna buy Madden cuz this is so good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bought it, love it
I do think this game merits a 5 star rating. I am a huge fan of the NCAA football game, but I was not too thrilled with 2004. In fact, I stuck with 2003 instead of buying last year's new model.

I am pleased with NCAA Football 2005. The upgrades make gameplay much more fun and realistic. The slow loads are annoying, but it's something that you just have to deal with. Some of the anticipated new additions to this game include:

*Choose Your Team Captain - But make sure he has a high composure rating.
*Custom Celebrations - You can choose from fan, mascot, or player celebrations, and you can also choose how extream the celebration is.
*Create-a-Fan - You choose what they wear and how they celebrate, it's like having another mascot.

I can't find how any of these three things work. I can go in and create signs, which is cool, but I can't seem to figure out these three upgrades.

I was glad to see Samford University, my wife's alma mater. Let's see if I can take them through some dynasty seasons and make them a powerhouse.

4-0 out of 5 stars NCAA Football is a must-have for all college football fans!
There are a lot of football games out this year like ESPN NFL 2K5, Madden NFL 2005, and of course NCAA Football 2005. I have played all of these games, and in my opinion you need to think of what you want in a football game before buying any of them. If you are a die-hard NFL fan looking for a realistic, but still strategic football game in which starting a team franchise isn't much of a plus for you, save your money and buy the $20.00 ESPN NFL 2K5. If you want a beautifully enhanced A.I. to rough it out with Madden NFL 2005 is your best bet due to the much more intelligent A.I. (mainly line backs and defense backs). Madden is also made better due to the ingenious Franchise mode. Madden has always dominated franchise so you should always expect the best from them in that department. Now on to NCAA Football 2005. This game has a few big changes that make it unique from any other football game. The first is homefield advantage. This makes it possible to pump up the crowd in a game and ice or lower your opponents composure. Each player has a meter in which their composure is shown. Players with lower composure have a much better chance of being shut down than a well-composed player. This makes homefield advantage very valuable. So in all honesty NCAA Football 2005 is agreat game that any college or professional should own.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
Gotta agree with those panning this version. It is definitely a big step backward.

Graphics are slightly better, but:

1) recruiting is terrible. Whole new points system, which means the first time you recruit you really don't know how to spend the points. You will not get as many players as before. Recruiting WAS my favorite part of NCAA previous versions. 2004's recruiting inifinitely better than this. And Scouting? Fahgettaboutit. Eats up WAY too many points.

2) Discipline terrible. What a great idea--too bad EA had no real clue how to do it, or else threw it in at the last minute. My team had violations nearly every week, and you're only given so many "discipline" points, so if you run out early every other infraction, even if it's big, HAS to be IGNORED! What mo-ron thought that up? Punishment is bad enough by losing players--why even have "points" system? Clueless! AND, when you run out, you'll VERY likely be put on probation, so you can't get as many players in recruiting! Just curious, EA SPORTS: Is there only so much discipline a REAL coach can dish out, or is he limited to ONLY disciplining so may players? Ridiculous.

3) the game has gone back to "cheating." I thought last year's version was very good about not "cheating." This year's is back to its old tricks. Call an audible? The defense reacts to your call before your own players do! Note to EA SPORTS: Usually, defenses do not change their call just because the offense is calling an audible! Learn this lesson, please, for the future installments in this franchise.

As some other reviewer has said (which I second):

EA: please do not change things just for the sake of change. IMPROVE it, or leave it alone.

Not nearly the enjoyment here as 2004.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing
I have to tell anyone who has taken the time to scroll down and read my review - if you are already here - buy this game - its unreal - the game is basically better in every way over the last version - there are so many great new additions - the recruiting, however, is not as great because it does not include all of the previous options - but, this does not hinder the game at all - go buy it - trust me ... Read more


15. Def Jam Fight for NY

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Asin: B00020V5B6
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 467
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Blazin'
BLAZING UP THE CHARTS...<br /> Well, Def Jam Vendetta is back, but, this time, it's "The Fight for New York"... This game has it all... A great storymode, an awesome multiplayer mode, and more options than you'll know what to do with...<br /> You can create your own character and guide him through different levels/events that will score you money/experience points/girlfriends/etc... You can use your money/experience points to unlock new characters/levels, bling bling ; ), secret moves, etc. This game is very deep, and it will keep you busy for a while, trying to unlock everything... The difficulty level is adjustable, so, you will not get bored fighting at the same level... The control is great, the player models are seamless, and the levels are well laid out... I highly recommend this game for anyone who is a fan of wrestling/fighting games/or just the hip hop industry in general. (so you can fight as your favorite entertainer)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best fighting game ever made
This kick ass fest is da bomb. With over forty hip hop allstars, a create a fighter, five hard fighting styles and weapons who wouldn't wan't to own this game?!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Word
Everyones played Def jam vendeta 1 and if u haven't..... wi'll leve that blank. DJV2 has new rappa's new diva's WEPONS and my favorite ONLINE PLAY. First sum of the new rapp's will be the VILLIN Snoop Dog, Slick Rick, X-Z Xzibit,Freeway,busta rymes, an i herd they gon' ad sum crews like wu tang clan, but i have 2 give it up that they still have my favorite rappa DMX. All i now for the diva's is that they have carmerin diaz, Pam Andersin(up up up) and lil kim. This game is rated M so they disided 2 spice it up and put sum wepons in it. Bust sum bottles on peps head or for bounus matches break that ******'s car. Aigh't i'm out. 1

5-0 out of 5 stars DEF JAM: FIGHT FOR NY
YO, DIS GAME IS GONNA BE 2 HECTICK 4 SUM PEEPZ. EA HAS CONFIRMED DAT SNOOP aka CROW WILL B IN IT, ALONG WID XZIBIT, FLAVA FLAV, FREEWAY, LIL KIM, SLICK RICK, BUSTA RHYMES AND SUM NXT PEEPS. EVN IF YA FAVRIT RAPPERS AINT IN IT, EA HAS CONFIRMED DAT DA GAME WILL ALOW U 2 CRE8 UR OWN PLAYA USING ALL SORTZ. 5 DIFRENT FIGHTIN STYLES WILL B IN DIS GAME, AND 10 DIFRENT FIGHTIN MATCHES. CANT W8 4 THIS GAME 2 DROP. SEPTEMBER 2004, DA FIGHTZ BEGIN!

5-0 out of 5 stars If its like the first, its gonna rock.
DJV 2! Wow, this will be awsome. In case you haven't heard of the first one I'll lay it out for you, this might help you understand the 2nd one. The first one was jam packed with def jam artists, including DMX, Ludacris, and more (no EMINEM though?) But, back to the game. It had a good fighting system with plenty of grabs, counters, punches, kicks and all of the rap you can imagine. It supported up to 4-players in a free for all or team attack. DJV also had a unique story that rolled the game along perfectly. Not to mention, some great fights between the ladies (yeah). If its anything like the first one I'm going to buy it. ... Read more


16. Phantom Brave Limited Edition

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Asin: B0002IASJ8
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Atlus Software
Sales Rank: 793
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Features

  • Confine phantoms with physical objects on map to materialize and battle enemies
  • Characters move within a circle that displays character movement range, not a grid like traditional games
  • Negotiate with spirits and sprites in attempt to solve cases and earn a living
  • Stylized graphics and plot-driven action
  • From the creators of Disgaea: Hour of Darkness

17. Need for Speed Underground
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0000C4M22
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Sales Rank: 170
Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Features urban street racing and high performance tuner cars
  • Build the ultimate street machine by earning cash to pay for custom body kits
  • 20 fully customizable, licensed cars from Mitsubishi Motors, Subaru, Toyota, and more
  • Perfect skills by nailing the perfect shift in drag racing and by putting you street cred on the line
  • For up to four players

Reviews (207)

addictively good, but not perfect
i'm torn about this game. On the one hand, it's not perfect. The control, graphics, and gameplay are pretty good, but there are some frustrating parts about it, but, i've found myself playing this game for hours and hours at a time. This is alot like some of the other import underground racing games you've seen, but EA takes it one step further. You can customize your car in so many different ways from a performance and visual standpoint, it is alot of fun changing paint schemes, decals, vinyl graphics, wheels, body kits, and on and on and on. this is actually probably one of my favorite aspects of the game. There is a quick race mode, but the meat of this game is in the UNDERGROUND mode. This is where you pick a car, build it, race it, and continue racing and upgrading your car. There is a linear progression to the races. There are four kinds of racing involved, and your goal is to get "ranked" in each type of racing, and then move up the rankings. the more your car is tricked out, the higher your "reputation" is. The neat thing about this is that your reputation helps out your score. so if you have a reputation of 2, or 3, or 4, or 5, however many points you score in the game is multiplied by your reputation rating. This helps you unlock more and more upgrades for your car. The weird thing is, and something i dont like, is you have to progress a certain distance in the game before alot of it is unlocked. What will happen is you will be sitting on a fat load of cash, but unable to buy all the goods for your ride until you progress further in the game. I imagine this is for the sake of challenge, to keep you from maxing out your car and blowing away the competition, but i think if i have 30,000 dollars I should be able to tint my windows or put on some 18 inch wheels !! anyways, the four modes of racing.

sprint: this is a quick run from point A to point B.
circuit: the lap knockout races, and tournament races are involved
drag: pretty neat, but VERY difficult in parts, and can be very frustrating. involves precise gear shifting, and switching lanes to avoid traffic.
drift: this mode is not too hard. you basically sling your car sideways and score points for it

Ive enjoyed this game, its more addictive than anything. I keep trying to get further and further to see what else i can unlock to customize my car. I drive the same car as I picked in the game (Honda Civic) so it's pretty neat to see what all can be done to a little car like that. The game has a reasonable level of difficulty, and you can choose easy, medium, or hard levels before each challenge. most of the time you can probably get by on medium, with good skills, but later in the game ive had to drop down to easy, especially on the drag races. The drift mode ive stayed on medium difficulty and still smoked it. If you have mad driving game skills, you could probably go for hard mode, and it might help you unlock stuff alot quicker. So given my frustration with this game, i have to say ive played it like a madman for the last 5 days. It took me 2 full days to beat one race in the drag mode, where you have to get a perfect start, and switch every gear perfect. Even then, I had to hit the nitrous and look in the rearview mirror to block. I was so frustrated with this part of the game, but to have beaten it was a very rewarding feeling. The sense of speed is fairly good, the graphics are well done, the control is good, but you might get angry at some of the traffic !!(but hey, you're doing 165 mph on the wrong side of the road!) I haven't tried the online mode yet but i plan to get back online soon with my PS2 to see how much other people have tricked out their cars. I can definitely say for sure that other games will be copying the "customize your ride" feature of this game

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow, never had so much fun
I have played this game and with getting into the underground, there is a whole lot of things to do. Customizing your car and racing all the different areas is the best. I have played many qames and this one really comes in at Number 1.

1-0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing at best
Ok for all the retards that think you can add a NOS, and Turbo and all the other stuff you can "add" to your car into a Neon, OR a skyline and have them race with similar speed, you're really retarded. This game has two things going for it, tight gameplay, slick graphics. Once you get to the last few races, the expert races you'll notice that you're extremely fast car can do extremely fast flips when it hits the slightest environment article. For example you can slice your car through some stop signs and trees, and then later in the game you'll be going 170 and then wham, straight to ZERO because you hit the wrong road cone, or tree. Even better the computer racers can glance off cars and not miss a beat, whilst you graze a car and you flip uncontrollably into other invisibly cemented objects. This game is very frustrating I've destroyed a handful of controllers in the attempt to beat the whole thing. All in all this game is not as challenging as a gran turismo game but it's easy playability is stomped to death by a plague of problems that makes playing it much less fun than harnessing a true NFS game like the beautiful Hot Pursuit 2 game. but sorry kiddies in NFS: Hot Pursuit 2 you can't put crap all over your stupid civic and make it beat a skyline.

5-0 out of 5 stars Could this be better than the next Gran Turismo?
I thought this game was so much better than the previous need for speed games.One reason was because, the ways you could customize your car was good.You could customize, your hoods,frontbumper,rearbumper,sideskirts,spoilers,and the hoods.For the accesories you could pick your lights, your rear lights, muffler tips, how you want your windows tinted, and your neon.You could pick from Honda, Acura, Toyota,Nissan,Voltswagon,Mazda,Pegout,and Mitsubishi.I truly hope you people fond this review to be quit helpful, but if you don,t thats your choice to make(-_-)

4-0 out of 5 stars Sweet
This is a great geme, that is realy all that has to be said. the only cons about this game is no damage and no cops. but that means you cant get pulled over or wrecked! pros are the awsome new cars great graphics and pain in the a*s drivers who want to beat you but that makes it fun! ... Read more


18. Blood Rayne 2

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Asin: B0001I9YG2
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Majesco Sales, Inc.
Sales Rank: 865
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19. Crash Twinsanity

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Asin: B0001CJEJU
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Vivendi Universal
Sales Rank: 156
Average Customer Review: 3.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Crash pairs with his arch-enemy Neo Cortex
  • Crash and Cortex are controlled as one
  • Encounter reactive enemies
  • All new characters
  • Fully immersive environments

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Another great Crash Bandicoot game for the Crash B. Fans!
Crash Bandicoot Twinsanity was a great game. It had crash and as always his archenemy Dr. Neo Cortex. This game was better than a lot of the other Crash Bandicoot games because there was no warp room. You could just keep going and changing levels when you got to a certain point and you would even notice you did change levels. It's awesome how you can beat up Cortex the entire game and it's awesome that he actually helps you complete levels. The pictures are a little different as you can tell by the front cover but this game is great for any Crash lovers.

4-0 out of 5 stars A review from a hardcore Crash Fan
Ok, so I think back to the good year 1998 and remember the Christmas present of a lifetime - My little Playstation 1 and with it came a game that started a franchise that would (unbelievably - to some of the orange fur balls critics) still be around in the good year 2004... Crash Bandicoot. I wont deny that this fluff ball hasn't had the best of rides down the platform highway and had churned out many questionable titles such as crash bash and the wrath of Cortex. <br /> However I hold no predjustice as I begin through the new title 'Crash: Twinsanity'. Straight away you are thrown into Crash's humble home of Nsanity Island with old nemesis Dr Neo Cortex hatching another plan to get our furry hero by dressing up as Crash's younger sister, Coco. With this opening cut scene you know straight away that the humour is on a new level - one that actually makes you laugh out loud! The humour is consistent with many jibes towards the past few games that will make hardcore fans laugh and even the humble onlooker giggle (One about the Wrath of Cortex just made me die!).<br /> Something always a bit risky is to introduce a completely new character to a game and straight away make them playable.. Well Traveller's Tales got away with it by introducing Cortex's bionic goth-girl niece(?) Nina Cortex. She's a gem! With only one level as her playable my only criticism was that I wanted more!<br /> <br /> Since changing hands with original mums and dads of the bandicoot, Naughty Dog, many companies have tried and failed with the once humorous formula. However I do believe UK developers Travellers Tales got it right this time (thank aku-aku!!).<br /> The game play is fun with the new 'enemies working together but not liking it' angle. This is where we have Crash and Cortex fighting and bashing their way through many levels - Hilarious! Also, I cannot forget, the free roaming angle, which is what we (as the hardcore crash fans have asked for relentlessly) have wanted.<br /> <br /> To be honest the humour is class and is supplied mostly by Crash Bandicoot voice-over newcomer (say that with your mouth full) Lex Lang as Neo Cortex. He is always spot on and has taken over from Clancy Brown stupendously! <br /> <br /> However the real shining gem is the music. Spiralmouth, an capella group (yes that was what I said!), supply all the music throughout the game and what a musical soundscape!!!! I cant even begin to describe what they do - just buy this game and listen to it - Its beyond words to describe!<br /> <br /> However, I do have to slap Travellers tales on the wrist for doing the most awful sin. Camera angles have always been the bain of many a gamers life - So why do it developers?!?!?! You have been warned...<br /> <br /> To conclude, this bandicoot has been pulled out of the gutter at last but not all the way. More levels would have lasted the game play more than my 2 hours collectively and to pull out the free roaming areas just a little bit more. But I do believe Crash and his friends are on a way to recovery - slowly but surely I do believe the bandicoot will retrieve his crown... I'll just have to hold on to my breath for the next instalment.<br /> <br /> So see you this time next year then. <br />

2-0 out of 5 stars VERY BORING INDEED!
Having seen this game at E3 2004, I must say I'm very disappointed in the look and play.

The game is nothing new and is really bland. The graphics are dated and look rather dull. I would not recommend this game to anyone who had bought the last one.

Look out for Jak 3 or Ratchet & Clank 3, they are much better games and look a hundred times better. I played all three games and this was the boring one!

Is this for real? This game looks pants. I was hoping it would be better then the last one, but in fact it's worse. The game has cut-scene after cut-scene and no real fun factor. ... Read more


20. Monster Hunter

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Asin: B00024W1TW
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Capcom
Sales Rank: 1156
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Hunt or be hunted as you go on quests to find and fight spectacular monsters
  • Choose your look, from name and gender, to voice and hair style
  • Become either a blademaster or gunner
  • Take a single weapon on your quest, master it, then acquire others
  • Fight dragons, dragons, and more dragons

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Online I have Played
Monster Hunter Rules! Forget about the name, it is more prehistoric and D&D than ghosts & goblins but whatever you call it, call it one of the best games to come out in a while. What I really love about Monster Hunter is its boldness into the world of online gaming. I have never seen a game so ambitious in using new technology to raise the level of play, think Phantasy Star but with cooler weapons and lusher landscapes. I can easily play this for hours on end just even creating my own characters or devising weapons from dragon body parts. The graphics are fine, solid if not spectacular but the gameplay is excellent and I get immersed in the world of MH. I highly recommend this one, don’t rent it- buy it, you will end up saving $$ unlike me who found out the hard way.

5-0 out of 5 stars Could be outstanding
monster hunter, as stupid as the name sounds, looks quite impressive. The plots simple-your a hunter trying to make a living by hunting numerous monsters. What makes it so interesting is the gameplay mechanics and the online capabilities. There can be up to four people at once, each hunting for a certain monster. The game looks as if it will focus on cooperative strategy over all out combat. You'll have to work with your team in order to achieve victory and defeat the monster. Setting traps and using tools are what you'll probably have to focus on. In a trailer i saw, a lone hunter was being chased by a giant dragon-like creature. He lured the monster into a snare, and the others suddenly dropped in and began to hack away at the entangled creature. Very impressive. The game also looks beautiful. Lush jungle areas, barren deserts, and swampy forests were filled with a great amount of detail. Overall, the game looks great, and i hope to see it on dial-up when it comes out.

4-0 out of 5 stars this game looks awesome
the movies are not always the best way to tell if a game is going to be good, but I have a feeling from watching this game it will be very close. the graphics do not look overkill, but the gameplay I have seen more than makes up for it. the customization looks very expansive, and the armor looks like you would earn it from killing the monsters, or from what i can tell, are mostly going to be huge dragons. this game is definately first on my wish list. ... Read more


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