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NFL Gameday 2001

video game review video game review video game review Video Game Review: NFL Gameday 2001 Publisher: 989 Studios
Category: Sports, Football
Platform: PS1, PS2
ESRB Rating: Everyone    Release Date: October 2000

Overall Rating: 3 Stars out of 4

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

The sound effects are a bit loud. The sound quality itself suffers somewhat (not exactly high fidelity). The graphics and character animations are dated, as are the load times.

Despite all of this, NFL GameDay 2001 is still worth a look. Controls are fast, responsive, and smooth. The features are fairly interesting. You can play as old players (even ones that are dead) and even wear old uniforms.

GM Mode lets you act as coach, player, or general manager over the course of several seasons. The Draft War Room informs you of impending player weaknesses.

Create-a-player is included, but you'll probably be happy with the hundreds of players on all 31 NFL teams, among which you will find 150 personalized touchdown dances.

You can even import senior college players from GameBreaker 2001. So, yes, there's plenty of stuff to keep you busy in GameDay, even if Madden for the PS2 will kick its rump in a few months.

With forced cleverness, I would say that GameDay 2001 is the Cuba Gooding of football - overhyped but still fun.

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