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NCAA Gamebreaker 2001

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All-Reviews.com Video Game Review: NCAA Gamebreaker 2001 Publisher: 989 Studios
Category: Sports, Football
Platform: PS1, PS2
ESRB Rating: Everyone    Release Date: August 2000

Overall Rating: 2 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
2 Stars out of 4
(Review of PS1 version)

College football makes its last appearance (we assume) on the PlayStation with NCAA GameBreaker 2001.

With nice turf textures and simple controls, the game doesn't do much wrong. Little touches like referees describing the penalties are much appreciated, as things like this are sometimes overlooked.

GameBreaker 2001 lets you customize any team's playbook, CPU running speed, passing, etc. You can also trade players with other teams, as well as create a player.

The game plays well enough, but it feels like a significant step down from the refined engine of NFL 2K. For example, the load times are long, and the play screen completely blocks your view of the field. If you want football for the PS, consider GameDay or Madden.


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