Brian Forrester "Brian Forrester, Noblesville IN", Amazon
9 August 2003
Summary: Sure, I knew the game would not offer a season or a dynasty mode, but I bought it anyway. The gameplay is actually pretty good. Unlike the Live series, if you make a bad pass it will get deflected and stolen. The graphics and AI are also improved upon from the Live Series.
Game play is great, though other things are missing.
12 April 2002
Summary: Let me start by saying that this game plays great and I, play wise, it surpasses NBA Live by leaps and bounds. This is the first March Maddness game I've played, so I must admit that I have little else to compare it to.The compunter knows when to hold the ball and when to rush it's shot against the...
Summary: This game is not as bad as previous reviewers have made it look. It is missing quite a few teams and it is missing the season mode, however... It has an interesting new tournament mode that allows all 64 teams (your choice) to play wherever and whoever you want.
Summary: In their rush to release this game for PS2 they forgot some VERY IMPORTANT pieces to this game. 1. The team list is missing a large group of teams. I think somewhere around 150 teams. 2. No season mode. This is the most glaring mistake.
Summary: Before renting this game I expected it to be a lot like the College Football edition. Boy was I wrong. You can't Have a dynesty or a season. The Torny is all right. But I tried it and Missouri Won. MISSOURI! Being a newcomer I thought the graphics were awsome. Better than the first.
Summary: What happened EA Sports? As a die-hard EA Sports game fan I am sorely disappointed by this latest installment of March Madness. I have been enjoying the PS1 version, March Madness 2000 and was eagerly awaiting the release of this title on PS2.