2002 FIFA World Cup (Xbox) Reviews
Description:"Features official FIFA World Cup insignia, mascots and the 20 new World Cup stadiums in Japan and Korea; Includes all ... more
2002 FIFA World Cup (Xbox) ... the World Cup star players' looks and playing styles; New gameplay delivers intuitive one-button headers volleys scissor kicks juggling. " / Features official FIFA World Cup insignia, mascots and the 20 new World Cup stadiums in Japan and Korea; Includes all the World Cup star players' looks and playing styles; New gameplay delivers intuitive one-button headers volleys scissor kicks juggling.
Newest Review: ... what it needed. Passing is much better, players make runs and so one and passes can be met with these runs there is added ... more
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2002 FIFA World Cup ( Xbox)
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Customer 2002 FIFA World Cup (Xbox) Reviews (6)
by - written on 21/05/02, updated on 21/05/02 (Very useful, 181 readings)
Despite EA Sports? annual/biannual unleashing of Fifa clones, I?d heard some good press about this one, tested it in a games store and just had to purchase - what an excellent game I have bought! After an intriguing prologue and introduction comprising of various fascinating football moments and a classical orchestra, one is welcomed by an authentic official Korea Japan pre-menu screen, with a spirited flashing ?press start? animation. I?m in. Not wanting to go straight into the World Cup itself, I took the friendly option, it seemed the least intimidating at the time, and was relieved to find the same insanely brilliant visuals that I?d seen in the store. Good, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/02, updated on 09/05/02 (Very useful, 83 readings)
As another World Cup approaches, another official Fifa game gets released. 1994, 1998 and now again in 2002 ? and this version?s fantastic. Maybe it?s just me, but I?m sure you?ve noticed a great improvement in EA sport?s games recently & with the latest incarnation of the most popular sports game in the world you will certainly not be disappointed. The first thing you?ll notice is the superb visuals. The Xbox version is the most impressive making use of all those megahertz; player animation is absolutely superb with many famous players having their faces recreated for optimum realism ? out of all the football games around David Beckham looks the most realistic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/06/02, updated on 06/06/02 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Firstly, what attracted me to this game was the event itslef (obviously), i had watched the England v Sweden game when i really had the urge to play a decent footy game, cos in my opinion, thier hasnt been a decent, worhtwhile one since ISS Pro on the PSone. Maybe im wrong, but hey- i thought the fifa games from the last few years have been rather tedious, with an exception of the last World Cup (98) game which was a corker. So, does this game break new ground on footie games, and proove fifa's history of 'so so' attempts on the beautiful game wrong, well the ansewer is Yes, with big But aswell. You begin the game with high ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/02, updated on 04/05/02 (Useful, 60 readings)
Erm - no. Don't get me wrong, this is a beautiful looking game, and the playability factor is great too - but it's just not BIG enough for me. I bought this ten days ago along with my brand new Xbox and could hardly wait to tear the game out of the box. Ten days on, and I haven't played it in 4 days - now that's not right is it!? This game has beautiful graphics and excellent commentary by John Motson and Andy Gray as summariser, and by starting at novice level you will be smacking in 4 or 5 goals a game after your 3rd or 4th game with a half-decent team. But as a recent devotee of I.S.S. on the N64, this game just hasn't grabbed me as much ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/06/02, updated on 15/06/02 (Useful, 111 readings)
FIFA 2002, it must be Christmas again, well nearly; no actually this is the summer version, World cup 2002 (FIFA 11, I think). With the world cup we come to expect a new FIFA release, but are these games any good and is this one the best or even better? Well the answer to these questions is this, again it?s better than that years but not in giant leap terms. The game has been completely overhauled in the passing area of things, which is what it needed. Passing is much better, players make runs and so one and passes can be met with these runs there is added satisfaction when that little chiped/flighted ball over the top goes right onto the path of a running ... Read the complete review
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