Summary: I know this is a game that came out before the World Cup, but don't think it came out after the World Cup, Hwang Sun Hong is the only star player for Korea, Woon Jae Lee has only a rating of 64, the bets players are Hwang Sun Hong 80, Kim Byung Ji 80, Ki -Hyeon Seol79, Chun Soo Lee 78, and Jin Cheul Choi 76. Only official Korean chant is Ee-ku-ra, which means win, but thats it, no Taehanminguk, O Korea, and etc.
Summary: The FIFA series is all together my favorite EA Sports. Previous (2001) FIFA series had better gameplay and slightly worse graphics. If you have a previous version of FIFA, wait for 2003 and grab it.
Summary: this game is good, doesnt get old, very challenging, very exciting, great to play against the computer, even better to play against a friend, especially under the influence, this game is great
Summary: i recommend this game to everyone because it really rocks you have to get this game if you dont get it you will really regret it the graphics in this game has put all games in its pocket. however, the controlls in this game is a little bit hard to get use to....
Summary: Here are a few facts about this game that should deter any conscious soccer fan from purchasing it: (all comments apply to "World Class" difficulty) 1. The game AI is hideous as you can still score goals by using brute force. The recipe simple. Take a team with fast strikers and either steal the ball from the back, as the computer makes idiotic and predictable passes, or simply run straight at the computer's defenders and score at will. No skill required. 2.
Summary: I'm usually not into sports games, but I found this one to be pretty fun. It's not too difficult to learn how to play, and eventually you can master the moves and really whoop up on the other teams. The graphics are pretty good, although they're far from pushing the PS2's graphical capabilities. There is another EA soccer game for the PS2 that probably would be a better bet, but it is difficult to find and this game is still fun nonetheless.