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Review: Winning Eleven 8 PS2 Review
Winning Eleven added enough Master League features, tweaked the interface, and smoothed the gameplay enough to warrant another strong score. The new licensed club teams help, as do the additional club teams. And so, even in a year when EA's FIFA series was pretty solid, Winning Eleven again reigns king because of its excellent game engine and overall depth.
Review: Winning Eleven 7 International PS2 Review
We have a review of Konami's domestically released WE7 International for the PS2. 4/19/04
Review: World Tour Soccer 2005 Preview
We posted Sony's World Tour Soccer 2005 Preview for the Playstation 2. 2/7/04
Review: FIFA 2004 Review
We have a review of FIFA 2004 for the Playstation 2 posted. 1/21/04
Review: Winning Eleven 6 International PS2 Review
We have a review of Konami's domestically released WE6 International for the PS2. 4/21/03
Review: Winning Eleven 6 PS2
We have an in-depth review of Konami's Winning Eleven 6 imported from overseas. 9/8/02
Review: Pro Evolution Soccer PSX
Pro Evolution Soccer really is a ground breaking game, and much of what KCET have woven into the deep and satisfying game engine could really be used to improve games that depict other sports.
Preview: FIFA 2003
EA released five screens and the fact sheet for FIFA 2003.8/7/02
Review: Virtua Striker 2002
We have a review of Sega's Virtua Striker 2002 for the GameCube.
Review: 2002 FIFA World Cup PS2 6/20/02
2002 FIFA World Cup is the latest game in EA Sports' FIFA franchise and we have a review of the game up.
Preview : Soccer Slam GameCube
SegaŽ today announced "Soccer Slam(tm)" for Nintendo GameCube(tm). This is
Sega's first unique non-traditional sports title for the Nintendo
GameCube. Developed by the world renowned Visual Concepts studio. For more on the announcement, click here. We have 10 screen shots along with some of the key features of the game available.
Review: FIFA 2002 PS2:
Four years ago, EA Sports turned the soccer gaming world on its ear with the release of Fifa: Road To The World Cup 98, featuring brilliant gameplay, excellent graphics and a massive selection of teams. RTWC was the best soccer game available by a country mile. Unfortunately, in the years since the Fifa series has seen a clear decline in the quality of its gameplay.
6 Street Soccer & International Soccer Screens: Trecision released new screen shots of their upcoming Street Soccer and International Soccer games and we have them for you.
Review: ISS Pro Evolution 2 (PSX): Released in Europe this March, Konami's ISS Pro Evolution 2 is the
sequel to ISS Pro Evolution which itself was released in North America
and Europe about a year ago. Check out our review to see how the game
fares. Take me to the review!
Review : LMA Manager 2001 (PSX) : LMA (League Managers Association) Manager 2001 is the sequel to last year's acclaimed Playstation soccer management title, LMA Manager. Developed by Codemasters, the same British developers behind Colin McRae 2.0 and Jarrett & Labonte Stock Car Racing, LMA 2K1 is a simple take on soccer management that is perfect for casual soccer fans. Click here for the review!
Review : ESPN MLS GameNight (PSX) : "No longer do soccer gamers have to be content with an interpretation of
soccer, now they can have a true representation of the sport."
Combine the world's best soccer game engine with the worldwide
leader in sports and the result is ESPN MLS GameNight. Endorsed by
MLS sensation Carlos Valderamma of the Tampa Bay Mutiny, ESPN
MLS GameNight has captured all of the spirit and excitement of the
world's most popular sport while embodying the wit and insight of
ESPN. Take me to the review!
Review: Championship Manager Season 99/00 (PC) :
Despite being the best selling PC game in Britain earlier this year and one of the top sellers throughout Europe, Eidos has yet again decided not to distribute Championship Manager Season 99/00 in North America. This is a incredible shame, as I believe that Championship Manager Season 99/00 is quite possibly the most engrossing, entertaining and addictive sports game ever made. Click here for the review!
Review: FIFA 2001 (PS2) :
Not only is Fifa 2001 for the PS2 actually worse than the PC version, it's
a complete bastardization of the Beautiful Game and one of the most shallow
and boring games I have ever played. Click here for the review!