Summary: This game is similar to its predecessor, with some good improvements. Particularly noticeable are the multi-language support, which includes commentary in various languages. Graphics have been improved, and players no longer look like their shoulders are going to fall off. But still, graphics are a bit coarse and pale in comparison to FIFA's. As it predecessor, the game shines mostly on gameplay.
Summary: i've been playing soccer video games since mattel offered one for the old intellivision console. having been disappointed by EA's FIFA series, i tried this game on recommendations from several people. while EA may have the better graphics, animations, and atmosphere, this game is far superior in terms of gameplay and sheer enjoyment. plus, there are so many competition modes that it's bound to keep you occupied for months.
Summary: Having never owned a video game before, my sister bought me a PS2 system last month for my birthday along with this game, World Soccer Tour 2003. She knew I really enjoyed watching soccer, especially England's Premier League on FoxSportsWorld. This game is fun and entertaining to play but it was really frustrating at first because I [was] so bad.