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NCAA FinalFour 2002 - PlayStation 2
NCAA Final Four 2002 takes fans through the rigors of a full college season with more than 300 Division I-A schools and 31 conferences represented. Team-specific playbooks let you run trademark offensive and defensive strategies, such as Florida's full-court press and Temple's match-up zone. All-new commentary from announcers Eddie Doucette and Billy Packer combine with real college fight songs and crowd chants to capture all the intensity of college basketball.
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Overall, this is a decent game but EA Sports is better.
The drawbacks are many! First, it was too easy! I played with South Carolina and opened with Duke. I beat them easily and the Devils were the best team on the game. I took the Gamecocks and went undefeated (with South Carolina!). I easily won the NCAA tournament.
Second, 989 would do well to follow in the footsteps of EA Sports NCAA Football 2002 (excellent game) and put the names of the players instead of the traditional numbers. I got real excited when I saw you could recruit on Final Four and then was dissapointed with the recruiting being just numbers without names (unlike EA's Football game).
Thirdly, the annoucers are terrible! You can't hear them when the crowd noise is up (even if you turn the annoucers wide open). Unlike EA Sports, the 989 annoucers repeat themselves over and over.
Fourth, the 3 point play is outright fantasy league. You can hit as many as 25 3 pointers a game. I hit 33 with South Carolina in the championship game! Even on the Senior level play, you can easily hit 3 pointers and free throws.
Buy another game. Rent this one.