Fa Premier League Manager 2002 Pc 56
FA Premier League Manager 2002 PC 56
The FA Premier League Manager 2002 is a football management simulation game developed by Electronic Arts UK and published by Electronic Arts in 2001. It is part of the FIFA series and the last installment of the FA Premier League Football Manager subseries. The game allows players to take control of any club in the English Premier League and manage all aspects of the team, from tactics and transfers to stadium and staff.
The game features a realistic 3D match engine that lets players watch their team play in different camera angles and zoom levels. The match engine also incorporates weather effects, crowd noises, player animations, and commentary by John Motson and Mark Lawrenson. The game also includes a comprehensive database of over 20,000 players and staff, with detailed attributes and histories. Players can scout for new talent, negotiate contracts, set training schedules, and deal with injuries and suspensions. The game also offers a variety of game modes, such as career mode, custom league, challenge mode, and multiplayer mode.
The game received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the game's graphics, sound, and depth, but criticized its interface, difficulty, and bugs. The game has a score of 56 out of 100 on Metacritic, based on 10 reviews. Some of the positive reviews came from PC Zone (80/100), PC Gamer UK (78/100), and GameSpot (7.4/10), while some of the negative reviews came from Computer Gaming World (40/100), PC Format (40/100), and IGN (4.5/10).
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