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: 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.
Summary: This is the BEST soccer game ever made. Passing is extremely accurate and the game's tempo is slowed down to a realistic pace. Club teams are not included, but should...which is the only reason I didn't give it 5 stars. Other than that, it is an excellent game.
Summary: Don't get me wrong, graphically and playability-wise, this game is the best soccer game to come out for the PS2. The graphics have vastly improved since FIFA 2002, and even that had great graphics at the time. Playbility has made it harder for human players to singlehandedly mow down the computer in World Class difficulty mode; every pass, shot, and lob has to be carefully measured before striking. Graphically the game is also astounding.
Summary: Do your homework before buying this game. The 16 leagues, 75 National Teams isn't a part of this game but is on another title. With that in mind, this game is excellent. The game-play is superb as well as the graphics. The goalies do make you shake your head on occasion with their moves but so far that's been on the bottom two levels of the game. Hopefully they'll smarten up in the higher levels.
Summary: I rented this masterpiece a few days ago and it is very fun if you have FIFA 2002. The game is visually beautiful and the stadiums look and feel like the real thing. Cheers to the design team on that one. The gameplay is identical except for the in-air ball control which has changed slightly. It takes some getting used to but once you have it somewhat mastered passing and shooting are a joy. Unfortunately for the price ... it's not worth it if you have FIFA 2002.
Summary: I rented this masterpiece a few days ago and it is very fun if you have FIFA 2002. They gameplay is identical except for the in-air ball control which has changed slightly. It takes asome getting used to but once you have it somewhat mastered passing and shooting are a joy. Infortunately for the price (the usual $[money]) it's not worth it if you have FIFA 2002. The team seection is limited and the tournament is short.
Summary: EA Sport's FIFA WC 2002, undoubtedly, will suffice if not please soccer (futbol) fans this Summer. The graphics are deep and the game is extremely challenging (on professional and world class modes), providing an exciting gaming experience. The drawback (for those of you familiar with PS2's FIFA WC), is that the game doesn't include MLS, English Premier, and other world class soccer league modes!
Summary: This game is excelent, it has the best graphics especially when it comes to the players faces and movements, I like everything about this game, I bought it a week ago and i still dont understand how you get up to 75 national teams as they say, but everything else is great, the passing system, and the new ways of taking the ball away of the opposite players are even better.