Conclusion: The realism quite certainly is top notch throughout the game, especially the mascots that have the ability to walk through walls and players as if they were but mere mists (the players in replay mode have a similar ability). O quit you’re sarcasm! Truthfully though, the game realistically portrays the college football atmosphere.
Summary: This game has more replay value than any
other game, I've EVER played! The only game that even comes close in my eyes is Baseball
Stars for the NES. The Dynasty mode is the best I've ever seen in a sports game, and the
countless awards will keep you playing season after season. Trying to recruit the next big
thing, yet having to worry about your young stars leaping to the pros is something that
can't be related in words.
Excerpt: The first question that popped into my mind when I got NCAA Football 2002 was: 'How much better will the PS2's graphics be?' Three words for you: Much better. Tiburon did another envious job in making football look like it's supposed to. All of the Division-1 stadiums are rendered to exact detail, and the crowds look a whole heckuva' lot better. The fields are sharp and precise, with every color snapping to where it should be.
Excerpt: Having been raised in Texas, football is pretty much imbedded into my genetic code. So about the only thing I like better than tossing the old pigskin around in the yard with the neighborhood kids is when some dang fool stops by and wants to challenge me to a round of NCAA Football 2002 from EA Sports.
Excerpt: From the start, there is plenty of stuff to tinker with. This game does a good job of catering to a very wide range of gamers. For the ones who need a quick fix, there's the Exhibition mode. For those who want a little more lasting taste, they can play a season. And for all the college football nuts, fulfilling your life's dream of running a dynasty is even possible. Before taking off to the field, a visit to the Options menu may be in order.
Excerpt: Absolutely shattering everybody's expectations last October as one of PS2's launch games, by general consensus EA Sports' Madden 2001 was touted as the best football sim to date. I picked Madden as my favorite pigskin title as well, but overall the game lacked a little something. The player models looked a bit 'chubby', but nonetheless it was an amazing game.
Excerpt: In the very early years of the NCAA Football series, it received relatively little attention from Electronic Arts, as it was somewhat of an afterthought to its more robust NFL counterpart. Through the years, the series has slowly garnered an identity of its own. Although still quite similar to its NFL counterpart on the PlayStation 2, particularly in the graphics department, NCAA Football 2002 has continued to evolve and has captured the pageantry and tradition of the...