FIFA 2000 Major League Soccer gives you a team and individual player rankings determining the power factor and strength of all teams, thus allowing for matches, such as the Brazilian world team against DC United. It allows players the venue to exercise their belief. From a gameplay aspect, FIFA 2000 gives gamers four modes to choose from: exhibition, tournament, season, and training. The training mode gives you a chance to become familiar with gameplay and your controller configuration.
FIFA 2000 exists though the game was not officially released for this platform. This version of the FIFA series contained over 40 “classic” teams, so that gamers could play as retired football legends.
It marked the introduction of Major League Soccer, replacing the fictitious “American” league previously included, as well as national leagues from Denmark, Greece, Israel, Norway and Turkey (though Galatasaray S.K. is not present in the game).
The game features over 40 national sides, fully integrated seasons, set piece selections, increased physical contact, new facial animations, shielding ability and tougher tackling.
The game received mixed reviews due to its cartoonish graphic engine and shallow gameplay, a brand new engine was implemented in an attempt to give more “emotion” to the 3d player models. The game was generally considered to be much inferior than its rival.
The opening video for FIFA 2000 features Sol Campbell performing motion capture duties for the game, then having his likeness computer-generated to play against a retro side from 1904 – the year of the inauguration of FIFA. The game also included Port Vale, the club supported by Williams, in the “Rest of the World” section.
System= Pentium III CPU 1.0 GHz
RAM= 256 MB
Size= 109 MB
Video Memeory= 32 MB
OS= Windows 98 ME 2000 XP Vista 7 and Windows 8
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