Summary: This game isn't the best soccer game in the world. I was pretty disappointed when I first bought it. Sure it gives you more than 300 teams to choose from but they don't really show the team stats very well. FIFA 2002 is a much better game. Also, when you want to change the player's name, you can only change the first name which really sucks! Sometimes during a tournament, the game says that your team is invalid and you can't play the match.
Summary: The graphic is very good even though the number of stadium is limited, but the stadiums are beautiful. When customized the players shoe color you can see the color while playing so I don't know while people complain about the graphic, it's less glare than FIFA 2003, and more resolution than I thought, in the menu the letter are too small to read though. In this game you can score from 25 yards too so it's really fun to pull off a long shot sometimes in the game.
Summary: this game is all right, but besides the fact that the graphics are not that great, this game is more realistic than fifa. this game, in mine opinian could be better. Plus, this game's tournaments and leagues are good, but thier is no trading of players, which suchs, but i still kind of like it.
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 World Tour Soccer 2002. So gamers can breathe a sigh of relief that the poor sports titles in 989's lineup are quite far removed from this one.
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. Don't give up playing a match right away, because it gets easier to control the more games you play. After you win a cup, you can show your friends the cups you've won in Trophy Case. It's a lot of fun once you get used to it.
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. Infact, pretending to be hurt is one of the biggest problems giving professional soccer a bad reputation - and this company has actually made it part of their game!!!!
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! This means that the interaction between ball, players, and goal is much less predictable and more realistic. You don't score the same types of goals over and over.
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. You always goy "tackled" every time you got the ball. AND THE REF DIDN'T DO A THING EXCEPT CALL PENALTIES ON ME, EVEN IF THEY WEREN'T ANYTHING BAD!...
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...