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NASCAR 2005 Chase For the Cup
By: Electronic Arts

Average Rating: 4.0     Total Reviews: 11

  1. Introducing Fight to the Top Mode: Become a superstar owner or driver and decide where and how you want to race. Develop essential racing skills, increase fan support, and compete in three new racing series as you become the driver.
  2. All-New Chase for the Cup: The first and only game to feature the new NASCAR point system. This 10-race championship shootout is available in both Fight to the Top mode as well as its own stand-alone game mode.
  3. Next-Generation Grudges and Alliances: Make your driver a hero or a villain. Force mistakes with the new Intimidator Button as rivalries even spill off the track with post-race confrontations.
  4. Four New Racing Series: Try your hand at the NASCAR Busch Series, NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series, and Featherlite Modified Series. Opportunities present themselves on all levels youre a few wins away from hitting the main show, the NASCAR Nextel Cup Series.
  5. American Muscle Cars: Settle bitter rivalries with other NASCAR drivers through the streets in production cars, including the Ford GT and Dodge Viper.

Product Description:

Develop your racing skills and intimidate your rivals on the track with all-new controls. Off the track, force the action with post-race confrontations, and settle disputes with NASCAR stars by racing Americas top production cars through city streets. Fans react to the drama, idolizing both NASCAR heroes and villians with every move. Owners and sponsors recognize talent and reward success. Its up to you to show em what you got.

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NasCar Addict       rating
by:       on: 02-Apr 2007

Purchased this game for 5 year old grandson, who is an avid NasCar fan. He had had his parents rent the game multiple times and I bought it for him to save a little money over time. He really enjoys it and is quite a race car driver. I want to buy him a steering wheel controller for his game cube for his 6th birthday in July.
best race game ever       rating
by:       on: 02-Aug 2005

this game was awsome the missions were cool NASCAR ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!
My son's (9 years old) review of Nascar 2005: Chase for the Cup       rating
by:       on: 06-Jul 2005

My name is Lawson Jacks and I am 9 years old. I have been playing Nascar 2005 for about 7 months now. I got it for my good grades in 2nd grade. This game is the best Nascar game yet. I like that it has skill points that Nascar 2003 did not have. It has quick races; you get to pick custom settings with easy, medium and hard settings. It also has lightning challenges which are to get lots of skill points and make you a veteran. Then if you go to the legend levels, you begin to be a legend. It also has the Dodge speed zone where you can try to get your Nascar license and skill points to drive in the Nextel, Busch, Craftsman Truck series and Featherlite racing. Also it has 'season' mode where you can drive easy, medium or hard. Also you can drive a quick game for each season, like 5 or 10 laps. At the start you can race a Dodge Viper against Ryan Newman's Dodge Viper which is way cool. Overall, it is the greatest racing game ever. I can't wait to see what Nintendo does for Nascar 2006 for Game Cube! Lawson F. Jacks Round Rock, TX
Best Nascar Yet       rating
by:       on: 27-May 2005

About two years ago I purchased Nascar Thunder 2003 for the Gamecube and so you all know the Gamecube was the only new system I owned at the time. Now two years later EA has released yet another Nascar game. Since I missed Nascar Thunder 2004 not being on the Gamecube I was excited to get this one. Well now I own a PS2 and Xbox and reading reviews on IGN they said that the Xbox version was the best. Sorry myself I don't buy PS2 versions over the other two no matter what so it was either the Xbox or Gamecube version. Well I went out next day and rented it for the Xbox since my rental store doesn't carry Gamecube games. Awsome game amazing enough to the point of me buying it that night. Well I went to Walmart and they never got the Xbox version in so it was either the PS2 or Gamecube version. Well since I already said I never get PS2 games over Gamecube or Xbox versions I bought the Gamecube version. I again put her in and started making my way to the cup.

Nascar 2005 Chase For The Cup

This is so diffrent compared to Nascar Thunder 2003. The graphics are alot better the sky and sunset effects are amazing coming around a corner, and overall polygon count is higher. The frame rates very solid and everythings more well setup. Instead Nascar 2005 has a story mode where you work your way from a rookie to a pro. You start right off first race, racing a Dodge Viper great start out my favorite car, and yourself also has a Viper to race. Well it's a very easy race and gets you started out beginning your career. Your agent gets you a job in Nascar featherlite Series which is just the beggining of what is to come. You race for a couple weeks making friends or enemies depending on how you race. After several races you'll be offered to race in the Nascar truck racing series which is alot of fun. Every week you have a schedule some featherlite mixed with truck racing some weeks it's just truck or featherlite so you know. Im far into the truck racing and thats as far as I've got next is the Nascar National series. So far im having alot of fun and to note there is no diffrence in graphics in my opinion since I played both versions and sound is the exact same. There is one diffrence though the Gamecube version has no online play which the Xbox and PS2 versions have. From what I have heard thouggh online with this game sucks so your not missing much. So if your looking for a great racing experience I'de say this is your best bet and probaly your only Nascar game that you'll ever get into this much. Im luvin it and hope you do to.

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