Summary: The graphics could go on Xbox. (...)Their faces are all the same. The goalies don't even move until after the goal is scored. Get NHL 2001 or 2002. Oh yeah, and don't buy an Xbox. My friends and I added up all the money you would have to pay to buy an Xbox, a game, and a controller. (...
Summary: 989 just wants your money, and so they put out a garbage title like this. This is a PSX rehash for PS2, because they have not yet commited to the new platform thinking they can get more money by staying with PSX, and merely releasing a product that has the PS2 packaging.
Summary: I rented this game and I think it was the wrost 5 dollars I've ever spent in my life. I would never even consider buying this game after playing it for only a few minutes. I would have never even rented it if i knew it was going to be this horrible.
Summary: I'd avoid this game at all costs, or if you need to make a decision for yourself, spend the few bucks and rent first to see how bad this game is. The game has absolutely no improvements in graphics over NHL Faceoff 2000 for the old PlayStation.
Summary: As a long time fan of the Faceoff series, I was sadly disappointed with this game. The game has fairly solid controls, but the graphics on most PSOne hockey games put this game to shame. The camera angles make it virtually unplayable.
Summary: This is the Worst hockey game i have ever played. I returned it the same day i bought it. The Graphics on nhl 98 are better, the menus ..., and there isn't a full international team lineup. Buy NHL 2001, it is the best hockey game i have ever played. This game is poor, not worth ... let alone ....
Summary: I've been a close follower of hockey games since EA's first NHL Hockey title for the Genesis back in the early '90's. I can honestly say that Faceoff 2001 for the PS2 is by far the absolute worst hockey game I've ever played.