Reviews and Problems with International Superstar Soccer
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Sound quality 10
ISS - My first PS2 game
4 August 2004
Excerpt: "Age Rating 3+ This game is probably the Best football game for beginners . It can have up to 4 players . There is an easy , medium and hard difficulty setting . You can customize players stats , appearance and team by using the customize centre and transfer market . You can also start a player from scratch choosing his name , age , location , appearance , stats to a certain limit and team he plays for . You can also customize the teams squad by trading ...
Pros: Very cheap , good skills , suitable for all .
Excerpt: "This game is great! It concentrates on the playability of the game, rather than the graphics as I feel many other football games do. It is of course a tournament game concentrating on the International side of the game, and you can select from several internation teams, all with their own unique styles and tactics of play. The controls are not very difficult to get used to, and although you will no doubt get plenty of practice if you buy this game ...
International Superstar Soccer (PS2): ISS Pro Evolution CHEATS
10 October 2002
Summary: All-star teams: Press Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right to unlock two All-Star teams in cup mode. Bonus teams: Complete the game with all the league and cups on the hard difficulty setting. The European All-Star Team, World All-Star Team, Classic European All-Star Team, and Classic World All-Star Team will be available. Complete Olympic mode with Japan to unlock the All Golden Japan team.
Excerpt: "The game is undoubtedly the best game to play in a group. It is fast moving, non-stop action packed brilliance. You`d think i like the game :) of course i do! I feel you have to be a serious football fan however if you are going to appreciate the game. It is dependent quite a lot on tactics and your game plans. It`s like a decent managers game mixed with an amazing football playing game. It is the type of game that you will find yourself playing ...
Summary: This game is ideal for people my age and i would have to say any warm blooded male group! If you adore football, and you adore competition, and you adore your PS2 this is superb! The all round game play is top class. If your ever bored with a group of friends this can be the one and only best solution. It's fast action, flowing graphics, tactics, cups, leagues, players are a great combination! Be warned though you must be a big big football fan.
Excerpt: "...that really tells me that ISS is better then Fifa is that ISS is not as easy as Fifa, a good eg. is that when you pass the ball in Fifa then it automatically goes to a player this does not happen in ISS.Don't get me wrong i love Fifa but the truths the truth and this is what i feel. I have bought both Fifa 2001 and ISS for the playstation2, at fifa i hardly ever lost to my brother but with ISS i've lost six straight games. As silly as it may sound ...
Excerpt: "...likely to be drawn towards ISS when they upgrade to the PS2, they are likely to be surprised as it is a very different game to the PSone outings. The PSone games were programmed by KCET, whilst this game was produced by KCEO (who were responsible for ISS on the N64). The resulting product has a very different feel to that which the previous titles had. The graphics are good, but have been eclipsed by later titles (this was one of the first games ...
International Superstar Soccer (PS2): “The best football title available for any consoleR ...
20 October 2001
Summary: cBACKGROUND: ISS is a series that first started in 1995 on the Sega Megadrive and PS1, since then it has been a huge success and has beaten Fifa many years in a row in a bid to be best football game (Fifa will get it right one day). GRAPHICS: The players and pitch are great to look at although the crowd are unfortunately 2D, not as visually impressive as Fifa but not as poor as any other football title for the PS2.
Excerpt: "...too, they are of course ISS and FIFA. I’ll be straight with you from the start – I’ve preferred the ISS titles due to their blistering playability, they’ve always had that edge over the EA Sports title. It’s back to business for both titles on the PS2, EA with (shock horror) FIFA 2001 and Konami with International Superstar Soccer (ISS). Having played Fifa 2001 my verdict would have to be that the graphics are good, ...
Pros: Plays brilliantly whilst offering acceptable first generation title graphics .
Summary: Everybody has his or her special favourite things. Some like brown bread opposed to white. Tomato sauce is the best whilst others will choose Brown. Games can be a bit like that too and if there’s one ‘clash of the titans’ genre it’s got to be Football titles. I think you know the two games I’m talking about too, they are of course ISS and FIFA.