20 Games Like NCAA March Madness 2004()
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NCAA March Madness 98
NCAA March Madness 98
Developer(s) Electronic Arts
Publisher(s) EA Sports
NA February 28, 1998
Genre(s) Sports, Basketball
Mode(s) Single-player, multiplayer
NCAA March Madness 98 was the 1998 installment in the NCAA March Madness series. It was released on February 28, 1998 for the PlayStation. Former Wake Forest player and current San Antonio Spurs player Tim Duncan is featured on the cover.
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Get ready to take your favorite school all the way to the national title in NCAA MARCH MADNESS ¿98. This game has all the pomp and circumstance of college basketball, complete with all the schools' fight songs. Run plays designed by Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski and manage your team over the long haul in Dynasty mode, or just jump straight to the Tournament and see if you can lead your team to the title. In the Dynasty mode you can try to recruit blue chip prospects or entice junior college transfers to come to your school. Of course, there is also a Versus mode so you can take on your friend and see who is the master of the hardwood. You can also team up with a friend and take on one of the legendary teams in a match-up for the ages.
Electronic Art's 2004 incarnation of the NCAA Basketball franchise comes with some brand new features. With a sophisticated play calling system you can call your plays with still moving the ball down the court to get your team mates in contention. The dynasty mode goes up to 30 years with a recruiting system that keeps up to date of your prospects while keeping your other players in line just in case they decide to stray from their studies or worse. You can play one on one against the computer or against a buddy, playing in custom tournaments, rivalry games or even play as your favorite teams mascots. It also features the all-new Pontiac College Classics, allowing you to recreate classic games from the past or even rewrite history. The game also features the voices of Brad Nessler and the legendary Dick Vitale.
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Playstation?s reigning champion of NCAA Men?s basketball is back and hungry for a repeat. This year?s version is boasting promising new features.
Coach Mode is the newest addition to the March Madness stable of gameplay modes. This feature allows masters of the "X's and O's" to work their way up from a small college to "shoecontract-U" where they vie for the NCAA title. In addition, Dynasty Mode and the playbooks have been expanded, for those gamers who want to dabble in the behind the scenes action of college basketball.
Mindscape's 1997 installment in the NCAA basketball series, developed by High Voltage. The game features run-n-gun multiplayer gameplay. Play with up to eight other human players for the ultimate basketball experience. Get the best seat in the house by viewing the action from more than 10 different camera angles. NCAA Final Four 97 stars 64 of the hottest collegiate teams, with more than 50 different motion-captured dunks. In addition to challenging your buddies to courtside action, a special Coach's Mode allows you to make your own playbook. You can also assign up to four offensive plays and four defensive sets, and even call the plays on the fly so you don't have to stop the action to set up your players.
NBA Shootout 2004 lets you play either a full season or exhibition matches of fully licensed NBA basketball with your favorite teams and players. Fully textured 3d players with faces of the top NBA players are mapped into the game. Listen to commentary by Ian Eagle and Bill Walton as they call the games right as you play.
While there is no franchise mode like other more traditional sports games, there is a career mode where you create a character who tries to make his way up through the summer leagues and the NBDL. You'll be given challenges that you'll need to meet so that you can ultimately make your way to the NBA and get an actual contract to join a NBA team. Once in the NBA, you'll need to work even harder to win championships and titles so you can eventually be inducted into the NBA Hall of Fame.
You can also unlock the 50 greatest players of all time by completing challenges in exhibition games like scoring a certain number of points or using a certain person to get a number of assists.
Use a USB microphone to give your teammates commands to help. Give them commands on offense or defense about where to move so you can use your teammates effectively.
2K Sports hits the court with COLLEGE HOOPS 2K6 for the PS2. With the focus more on coaching instead of playing with big-name stars, COLLEGE HOOPS 2K6 puts the player in charge of an NCAA team of their own. Gamers can select from nearly every NCAA coach currently in the industry or create their own. Each coach has a number of different attributes, and these attributes will determine many different aspects of the game. Charisma, for example, affects recruitment and player confidence, while discipline will help players focus on the game. Players may also bring issues to the coach to solve, which also affects the team's playing ability as well. Gamers will also have access to the coach's clipboard during the game. The clipboard will pop up automatically when gamers need to make adjustments instead of requiring gamers to access a series of menus. Another new feature are the four points of emphasis: ball control, defense, rebounding, and shot selection. Selecting one will boast the team's particular effectiveness in that area proportionate to the coach's attributes. Recruiting, likewise, has been upgraded and tweaked. Gamers can track 15 potential recruits during the season, watching their interest levels and stats and have the option of controlling the recruiting themselves or allowing the assistant coaches to deal many of the decisions. COLLEGE HOOPS 2K6 perfectly captures all of the aspects of coaching a NCAA team but, with assistant coaches and other options, never makes the gamer feel overwhelmed.