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World Championship Snooker 2004
CodemastersCompatible with Windows™ (PC)
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- Comprehensive unlock and rewards including classic video footage.
- Commentary from John Virgo and Dennis Taylor.
- Featuring 8-Ball and 9-Ball pool, with new tables, ball types, and refined opponent AI.
descriptionWorld Championship Snooker 2004 introduces an online competitive play mode on all platforms, allowing players to go head-to-head with a live opponent and play as any one of the 30 plus professional players.
Renowned for its immersive and compelling gameplay, this new edition adds new official content, more tournaments, new game modes and an enhanced visual engine including all-new motion captured player models and animations.
In addition to the World Championships, players can compete in all the real tournaments of the snooker season, including The LG Cup, British Open, UK Championships, European Open, Welsh Open, Irish Masters, Player's Championship, The Masters and many more. The venue modelling is realistic and accurate and includes the legendary Crucible Theatre, making World Championship Snooker 2004 the most complete, authentic and rewarding snooker game experience.
All the big names make it into World Championship Snooker 2004, including the most successful player of all time, Stephen Hendry, plus Mark Williams, Steve Davis, Ken Doherty, John Higgins, Tony Drago, and more.
A brand new "Classic Match" mode is also cued up for World Championship Snooker 2004, where players compete in the sport's most memorable historic encounters, including the epic 1985 final between Steve Davis and Dennis Taylor, when a cool 18.5 million viewers tuned in to see Taylor give Davis a wake-up call.
Opponent artificial intelligence has been refined and improved, building on the series' acclaimed neural net AI system, and visually there are hundreds of new motion-captured player animations, so it looks and plays just like the real thing. And, of course, if the snooker pressure proves to be just a little too much, players can always try their hand at a game of 8-Ball or 9-Ball pool.
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