College football hits the gridiron in NCAA GameBreaker 2004, with over 100 Division I-A teams and stadiums, 66 classic teams from the past and 27 bowl games. All stadiums have been built to lifelike detail. GameBreaker 2004 delivers new player models, new receiver hot routes you can change, coaching career mode, authentic college football formations, and numerous awards to earn on the field.
Fronted by All-American running back Larry Johnson from Penn State University, NCAA GameBreaker 2004 sports the latest technology, with a new revolutionary Online Mode, allowing gamers to compete against each other nationwide. In addition, all new features such as Practice Mode will allow gamers to incorporate new plays and practice their skills. For the first time ever, NCAA GameBreaker 2004 will allow gamers to take their skills online and compete against other college football fans anytime, anywhere
- Online Compatible – For the first time in the NCAA GameBreaker franchise gamers can take their skills online and compete against other college football fans anytime, anywhere. Some of the online features include a centralized lobby, dial-up and broadband connectivity via the Network Adaptor for PlayStation 2, leader boards, in-game chat, buddy lists, tournaments and more.
- New Practice Mode and Play Editor – Enter the new practice mode to sharpen your skills before playing an exhibition or entering season mode. The new play editor challenges your X's and O's and let's you drum up new plays that you can incorporate into your teams's playbook.
- New Offensive and Defensive Playbooks – Both the offensive and defensive playbooks have been completely rewritten offering numerous new plays that cater specifically to college football. Specific school tendencies have been mimicked to real life so that Nebraska attacks with the option attack and BYU opens it up with the passing attack.
- New Play-By-Play and Color Commentary – Tim Brant (play-by-play) and Keith Jackson (color commentary) return to the franchise loaded with all new commentary that describes all the bone-crushing hits and game breaking plays.
- New Mascots and Cheerleaders – In an effort to simulate the atmosphere and ambiance that truly makes college football so special, NCAA GameBreaker 2004 has more than 50 new fully animated and polygonal mascots along with animated cheerleaders