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NCAA Football 2004 from EA SPORTS In Stores

#2 Selling Football Franchise Offers College Intensity and Atmosphere


REDWOOD CITY, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 16, 2003--Kicking off the 2004 EA SPORTS(TM) videogame season, NCAA® Football 2004, the fastest growing football videogame franchise from Electronic Arts Inc. (Nasdaq:ERTS - News), is available in stores today. Last year, NCAA Football 2003 was the number two selling football game behind Madden NFL(TM) 2003, but ahead of the pro football games from every other publisher.

NCAA Football 2004 brings the college atmosphere found only on the field Saturdays in college stadiums into players' hands, with 20 new mascots, over 150 new teams including classic teams like 1924 Notre Dame and 2002 Ohio State and new 1-A conferences like the Big Sky, Southern, Gateway and A-10. Players can relive the intensity, pageantry, and spirit of college football and celebrate the loyalty and tradition of college football's storied rivalries. Featuring new pre-game tunnel presentations, such as Notre Dame's entrance from the "Play Like a Champion" tunnel as well as the specific school celebrations like the University of Texas cannon shots after touchdowns, make you feel like you are sitting inside the stadium on gameday.

New this year is EA SPORTS online* competition (for the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system only) and EA SPORTS(TM) Talk in-game chat (USB headset and broadband connection required). Dynasty Mode(TM) has added rankings and fresh stories each week on a SPORTS ILLUSTRATED® cover, including updates on polls and the Heisman Race.

For more info on the PlayStation 2 online (service, play, capabilities, features) of NCAA Football 2004, go to www.ncaafootball2004.com

NCAA Football 2004 is rated "E" (Everyone) by the ESRB and is available on the PlayStation2 console, the Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft and the Nintendo GameCube(TM).

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