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Has Any One Got Any Cheats For Fifa Football 2004 Thanks
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just go to cheatplanet.com
but that game is simple, why do you need cheats?
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Try posting in existing threads that people are interested in. You might get some results. And no I don't have any.
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http://www.gamewinners.com/playstation2/FIFA2004.htm
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Has Any One Got Any Cheats For Fifa Football 2004 Thanks
THAT GAME IS **** - GET PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 3 - THATS THE DOGS *******S
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THAT GAME IS **** - GET PRO EVOLUTION SOCCER 3 - THATS THE DOGS *******S
:rolleyes: All Pro Evo's are awfully unplayable, have the slowest control system imaginable, and is simply like an identikit football sim.
No personality to it at all.
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i hate to have to say it, but all football games plae in comparrison to the origional great, sensible soccer! for the atari, or megadrive..
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(Original post by two_headed_monk)
i hate to have to say it, but all football games plae in comparrison to the origional great, sensible soccer! for the atari, or megadrive..
Yay! Sensi!!!!!!!
I've got it on an emulator for my mega drive.
What a great game.
Now THAT is what you call a really good football game.
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can you believe that many people still havent sampled it?!!!
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can you believe that many people still havent sampled it?!!!
Well its hard to believe.
But theres got to be one or two that haven't i suppose.
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those poor souls, exisitng without ever living... they should have sensible soccer in schools
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those poor souls, exisitng without ever living... they should have sensible soccer in schools
I know. But its either get hold of a mega drive (about £200 some places now), illegally get a rom and emulator off the net, or play the vastly inferior ps1 or pc versions.
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bwahahahaha!!! i still own my old 16-bit megadrive... its far superior to many consoles of today..
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bwahahahaha!!! i still own my old 16-bit megadrive... its far superior to many consoles of today..
I swapped mine for a PS1 years ago. My cousin's still got two of them, as well as a snes, a nes, a master system, a spectrum etc...
Maybe i'll try to get one off of him.
I've still got the game somewhere though. I sold off most my games, but the person who bought them didn't want sensi. FOOL!
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