Summary: The best footie game in America by far. Since konami seems to shy away from releasing any of its titles, sega stuck in acade, and ea continuing to make the slowest and most boring series ever, I figured that someone sometime somewhere was going to make a title worth playing.
Summary: This days having a better game than FIFA is....EASY!!! I love soccer, and EA Sports makes the best sports games, but not in the soccer depot. WTS2002 plays good overall, nice stadiums, teams, player faces, uniforms, all are done the right way.
Summary: This is a much better game than FIFA 2002. The graphics and sound may not be as good for sure, but the game itself is phenomenal. The moves are much more realistic and the best part is the game doesnt cheat unlike in FIFA 2002.
Summary: graphics wise, this game isn't as good as fifa 2002, but gameplay is a lot better than fifa... But of course, this game doesn't rank as the best soccer game out there... i still prefer playing Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer...
Summary: This game is not really a good game. The difficulty settings is ALL WRONG!... I played on the first setting, amateur, and the referee was at "FAIR" setting. I played a game and I couldn't get anywhere without being CLOBBERED by somebody trying to kick my guy instead of the ball.
Summary: This is a preety good game, but with some flaws. It is better than FIFA 2002 in some aspects, but worse on others. It is hard to balance the two, so I think of it as a virtual draw. I own both games and enjoy the different aspects. Better in World Tour Soccer: 1: More physics!
Summary: Slow game play, horrible looking pitch, player model has NO SHOULDERS - and looks HORRIBLE, animations are stilted and mechanical for the most part. It Has a seperate button dedicated to feigning an injury - I don't want to play a game in which I could move my team forward by PRETENDING TO BE HURT.
Summary: World Tour Soccer is a very good game for most soccer fans and for some that aren't that big of a soccer fan. There are competitions like World tournament you can participate in. Be sure to read the playbook before you play a game or match.
Summary: I remember seeing this title emerge from relative obscurity earlier this year, and my thoughts were the same as many others: "989 Sports has a soccer game?!" Well, yes and no. Originally known as This Is Football 2002 in the UK, it was brought over from UK developers Studio Soho and rechristened...