Athens 2004 Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
Athens 2004 Reviews16
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|GameDaily||6/10||Jun 16 '04|
|Gamer's Hell||6.9||Aug 26 '04|
|Gamespot Australia (AU)||8/10||Jul 20 '04|
|Gamespy||4/5||Jul 11 '04|
|Kikizo Games||7.1/10||Aug 23 '04|
|3DAvenue||80/100||Jul 01 '04|
|AceGamez||8/10||Jul 11 '04|
|EuroGamer||7/10||Jun 30 '04|
|Game Over||72%||Jul 13 '04|
|GamePro||---||Jul 13 '04|
|GamesDomain||7/10||Jul 13 '04|
|GameSpot||6.5/10||Jul 26 '04|
|GameZone||9/10||Jun 08 '04|
|IGN PS2||4.5/10||Jul 16 '04|
|PSX2||6/10||Jul 25 '04|
|Total Videogames||5/10||Jun 30 '04|
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"Athens 2004 is divided into two main game modes; arcade and competition. As the names suggest arcade mode is a fairly standard practice/single competition mode with no rules but in this mode the records are not available."
"This time however, sporting has been brought to life in your living room with the addition of dance mats. Oh yes, competing for Olympic gold means more than contorting your face and pummelling your joypad into submission; now your downstairs neighbours get the full benefit of your athletic achievements, as the specially customised party mode allows up to four gold-winning wannabes to sweat in sympathy with the on-screen competitors."
"...there's little alternative out there if you're hankering after some old-fashioned twitch gaming wrapped up in beautifully presented threads, but our advice is to make sure you've got some mates to play it with first, or it's likely to end up as one of those titles that you'll quickly tire of if you're on your lonesome."
" "A comprehensive simulation touting over 25 events in total, Athens 2004 delivers every major contest from the quadrennial competition." "
"Athens 2004 doesn't improve much on the button mashing and timing-based gameplay that Konami built Track & Field on more than 20 years ago."