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FIFA Soccer 2002

FIFA Soccer 2002 (GCN) game cover art
Platform: GameCube
Genre: Sports (Soccer)
Developer: Software Creations
AKA: FIFA Football 2002 (EU), FIFA 2002 (JP)

Staff Reviews

FIFA Soccer 2002 review

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Zack M says: "For a game that prides itself on international play, and whose main gameplay mode is ''World Cup Qualification,'' I was incredibly disappointed at the lack of an actual World Cup tournament. Considering this is a 2002 title, this is unforgivable, and has caused me to not recommend the game to anyone who wants to take their team to the world championship. "
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Reader Reviews

FIFA Soccer 2002 review

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ratking says: " I got this game because there were really no good games coming out with the cube, so I thought that this game had the potential to be good. There are hundreds of possible teams, from leagues no one has heard of, which is pretty good. This was the last game I put in my Gamecube that Christmas morning, and I still play it today. "
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