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Electronic Arts - Rock Band Country Track Pack (PS2)

Electronic Arts - Rock Band Country Track Pack (PS2)
alaAverage 1.5

6 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews from magazines and websites.

Review analysis

(Based on 6 reviews)

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Consumer review by:

Be Afraid, Be very Afraid (that this is PS2)

 

Good loading times

The whole game is awful

Consumer review by:

Kick the ball out.

 

Well it's kinda hard to say you know like I talk about all the time when you play a game you have to feel like you are there everything must flow nicly and have a good balance. In this football game none of those things are there. Also they had a good...

Um its a football game

All of the above

Consumer review by:

the graphics are bad! Get Madden 2001 its better

 

This game is an alright game if you dont care about graphics! but thats what makes the game right! so if you really love graphics then dont get this game, I recomend EA sports Madden 2001, witch has way way better graphics. i think that 989 sports...

this game has good players in it

the graphics are horrable

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Consumer review by:

Not for those lacking coordination

 

When my fiance asked me what should be his first game for his new PlayStation 2, I suggested something along the lines of football. We both agreed that it should provide also with an ability to go head to head, while having the ability to move around...

Interesting dialogue during the game

Not for a football novice. Can't control players from afar

Consumer review by:

This is PS2???? God help us!!!

 

If this is PS2, someone shoot me now. This is THE WORST football game ever made. The graphics are down right terrible, the control is terrible, collision detection is a HUGE problem(you can dive tackle 10 feet behind someone and you'll still tackle...

There are no Pros. This SUCKS

Waste of $50, Watse of Time

Consumer review by:

2nd Party Game, 2nd Rate Game

 

Let's cut to the chase here. Gameday 2001 is an embarassment. Now SCEA's sorry entry to its own next-gen system, Fantavision, may be excused because, hey, it's a puzzle game. But for 989 to do even worse to an established series is in no way...

None

Physics, graphics, control, sound

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