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NBA Live 2004 Videos and Trailers - PC

NBA Live 2004
Game Description:EA Sports gives basketball fans a heaping dose of NBA action with NBA Live 2004 for the GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2, and PC. Live 2004 delivers the most realistic basketball recreation yet from EA with redesigned player models, as well as all 29 accurately rendered NBA arenas. Customize the level of computer competition with easy-to-use AI adjusting slider controls. Simplified controls scheme allows players to run play formations at the touch of a single button. Exclusive EA Sports "Freestyle Control" lets players express their game easily with the right analog stick. Updated Dynasty Mode integrates the ability to import favorite college players in order to create the ultimate NBA team.
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