Summary: This is what I want to see, forget the realism of the other footy games, gamepley will take centre stage on this baby. I loved it on the Amiga (espically sensible world of soccer), and i'm sure I wont be disappointed here. (I wander if Paulo Maldini will be the most expensive player.....doubt it)
Summary: I spent a lot of time in the early, mid and late 90's playing Sensi on the Amiga and then the SNES. I loved it. My own personal favourite version was SWOS, in all it's guises but I loved every single version.
Summary: I was slightly wary to start with, removing the sellophane, sliding the disc into the PS2... I spent years perfecting my game on SWOS on the amiga, and the thought that this new version of sensible might fail me filled me with dread, how wrong could i be??? WHAT A GAME!!!
Summary: I got this game as a christmas present. It is fantasticly, wonderfully, originally superb - period. it never gets boring. the graphics are good, detail applied to every level - in solo player you create your own character who you can dress in Jerseys/dunks of your choice.
Summary: this game is hands down the best basketball game on the ps2 . the original was brilliant and this adds to it with new modes. any one who plays basketball or streetball will love this game. ott dunks and moves with a good soundtrack. excellent.
Summary: If you thought the first game was good this is great. There are all of the nba teams in this game with five star players from every team. There are also loads of courts to play on. But wot truely makes this game legendary is the tricks that you can do.