NCAA March Madness Shoots into StoresThe Ultimate College Hoops Experience Takes Players Back to School with Deep Dynasty Mode and EA SPORTS Nation Online Play Get immersed in the pageantry, tradition, and drama of college basketball with NCAA(R) March Madness(TM) 2004, the deep and strategic college hoops videogame from Electronic Arts, now available in stores under the EA SPORTS(TM) brand. The top-selling college basketball franchise, NCAA March Madness 2004 features EA SPORTS Nation online play for the PlayStation(R)2 computer entertainment system, authentic scouting reports from top Division I coaches in EA SPORTS Ask The Coach, and an incredibly deep EA SPORTS Dynasty Mode(TM). Featuring former Syracuse star Carmelo Anthony on its cover, NCAA March Madness 2004 storms the court with more than 150 new schools and dynamic college hoops gameplay where players dive on loose balls and apply tough pressure defense to clinch victory for their school. This fast-paced game comes to life with players throwing it down against rival schools and stringing together ankle-breaking moves and sweet crossovers with EA SPORTS Freestyle Control, all in front of the cheerleaders, mascots, and raucous crowds that are unique to college hoops. Dynasty Mode allows users up to 30 years to build a powerhouse program by recruiting top high school players, training players in the off season, and customizing their non-conference schedule, while EA SPORTS Nation lets players take their game online(a) on the PlayStation 2 console. Featuring an online lobby area where gamers can meet, greet, chat, play head-to-head matches, set up tournaments, and download roster updates, EA SPORTS Nation provides the ultimate interactive experience. Developed by EA Canada, NCAA March Madness 2004 is available on the PlayStation 2 console and Xbox(TM) video game system from Microsoft. The game is rated "E" (Everyone) by the ESRB and has an MSRP of $49.95 for both console versions. The games official website ishttp://www.ncaamarchmadness2004.com.