Summary: Despite EA Sports? annual/biannual unleashing of Fifa clones, I?d heard some good press about this one, tested it in a games store and just had to purchase - what an excellent game I have bought! After an intriguing prologue and introduction comprising of various fascinating football moments and a classical orchestra, one is welcomed by an authentic official Korea Japan pre-menu screen, with a spirited flashing ?press start? animation. I?m in.
Summary: As another World Cup approaches, another official Fifa game gets released. 1994, 1998 and now again in 2002 ? and this version?s fantastic. Maybe it?s just me, but I?m sure you?ve noticed a great improvement in EA sport?s games recently & with the latest incarnation of the most popular sports game in the world you will certainly not be disappointed. The first thing you?ll notice is the superb visuals.
2002 FIFA World Cup (Xbox): Fifa World Cup 2002 - Can't wait
Millenium Bug, Dooyoo
8 May 2002
Summary: I am not a huge sports sim fan, I tend not to like playing them as I would prefer to play it in real life, But... The game starts with a beautiful intro using actual video footage and real live sound, not some of the computer generated doodah that's around nowadays. Then up comes a screen with the annoying press start... "I've already pushed start you glorified doorstop" you yell at the screen, and then five options appear.
Pros: Great sound, Graphics, Optional Extras
Cons: Not being able to change the controls, Limited Gameplay (no league etc)