Reviews and Problems with ESPN International Track & Field
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Konami, you rock
1 August 2006
Summary: ESPN International Track and Field is a very good game. 12 different countries to play (Great Britain, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Russia, China, Japan, Kenya, USA, Canada and Australia) 10 events (100m Dash, 110m Hurdles, Long Jump, 100m Freestyle, Javelin Throw, Horizontal Bar, Pole Vault, Trap...
Summary: Id just like to say i bought this game having high expectations due to the past track and field games being excellent, but i was disappointed. Track and field 1 and 2 on the playstation have amzing playability the graphics may not be great compared to espn track and field but the playability is.
Excerpt: The legend of Track and Field games where can I possibly start? Track and Field is one of the games you just want to play over and over again in multiplayer mode. The idea for nearly all of the ten events is simple, tap two of the buttons as fast as you can while pressing one of the remaining...
Summary: This is a pretty good game. The graphics are exellent, it lacks in addiction but it makes up for it in the way you play the game. The running is good but sometimes it can be quite easy. BUY THIS GAME!
Summary: This is definately not a game to be taken too seriously but if you seek an easy on the brain multi-player this is a game i would certainly recommend. The games format has not changed from its previous versions on ps1 but the graphics have improved.
Excerpt: after upgrading from psone to ps2 i also needed an upgrade from track and field 2000 and with competition in athletics games very limited i bought this second hand for 15 pounds, similair in its button bashing techniques , a refreshing change were the rythmic gymnastics which is also compatible with...
Summary: This game was one of the worst one player games I have ever played. It is saved only by the multiplayer modes. First of all 'International' is very misleading. It gives you the impression that you can be any country in the Olympics, sadly not, you are limited to about 12.
Summary: To beat the last world record only takes faster movement of your finger. The fact that there is no skill required in some of them is a let down and the graphics are very iffy on some events. At the same time I wouldn't write it off totally just to have something different to play.
Summary: Complete pants. Some of the graphics suffered severe wobbly lines which made my eyes go crazy. Not too much to do with skill more to do with the speed of your fingers. Not at all addictive, likely to leave you swearing at the screen and kicking your PS2.