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  • Summary: Finally, a videogame that understands soccer really is a contact sport. RedCard 20-03's unique adrenaline-style gameplay lets you kick, score, celebrate and tackle your way through 50 international teams all vying for the Cup Championship with 11-on-11 gameplay. Includes Finals Mode, a battle through 32 qualified national teams for the Cup Championship; World Conquest Mode, Friendly Mode, and Tournament Mode, where the battle for the Cup begins. [Midway] Expand
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  1. Positive: 12 out of 19
  2. Negative: 1 out of 19
  1. Graphically, this is a very solid and good looking PS2 title.
  2. I love how Midway has made a pretty realistic title that just happens to throw a very vicious elbow. [May 2002, p.83]
  3. RedCard doesn’t concern itself with realism and whilst that may offend die-hard Pro Evo fans, the more casual player will have a great time.
  4. I enjoyed playing the game but the re-playability with only one player is limited, unless you really like the challenge of unlocking teams and stadiums.
  5. 75
    The game's too footloose for FIFA fans, not outrageous enough for Blitz devotees.
  6. Offers a solid soccer game but misses on the extreme feel achieved from successes like "NFL Blitz" and "NHL Hitz."
  7. Without the intense craziness of true Midway arcade charm, though, even the multiplayer wore thin, leaving me wanting to go back to games like FIFA.

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