- Summary: Kick off the FIFA World Cup season with 2002 FIFA World Cup, which captures every moment of glory, every emotion, and every sound of the global event. The game boasts licenses from the official FIFA World Cup, insignia, mascots, and the 20 new World Cup stadiums in Japan and Korea. Another enhancement includes Air Play, a new control scheme that delivers intuitive one-button headers, volleys, scissors kicks, juggling, and more. Choose your team and then compete in a seven-game series beginning with round-robin play, followed by playoffs that lead to the final match. … Expand
BenS.May 29, 2002Great game! the new passing system gives you more control and allows you to play some of the best (european) football on this planet!
DanielM.Nov 9, 2004Surprisingly pretty good and a decent lifespan.
NickWFeb 1, 2009A pretty poor excuse for a football game. The only thing to really commend it are the video extras on the actual tournament itself. The gameplay is simply really bad. The speed, movement, and passing are all too slow, there is little variety, and with the exception of a few skill moves for star players, it's just plain boring. Competition mode is more of the same, extending basic tactics, managment skill and injuries over a tournament period. There is little excitement or anticipation of the big games. It's nice to be able to play a full 90 minute game (unusual for football video games), but since the play is so dull it just prolongs the tediousness. Not even fit for landfill.… Expand