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2002 FIFA World Cup, sometimes known as FIFA World Cup 2002, is the second EA Sports official World Cup video game developed by EA Canada and Creations, with Intelligent Games assisting for PS2, Xbox, Windows, and Nintendo GameCube platform and Tose Software also assisting the GameCube version, the game was published by EA Sports in North America and Europe and published by Electronic Arts Victor in Japan.

An amalgamation between the game engines of FIFA Football 2002 and FIFA Football 2003, the game still incorporates the power bar for shots and crosses but with a steeper learning curve and customisation of the chances of being penalised by the match referee. Some kits are licensed, along with player likeness and the stadia of the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Unlike the previous games in the FIFA series, the game had an original soundtrack performed by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. It was released for Windows, PlayStation, PlayStation 2, GameCube, and Xbox. It was a launch title for GameCube in Europe.

Features

National teams

The game features each of the 32 teams that qualified for the 2002 FIFA World Cup, and 9 teams that did not qualify.

Qualified teams:

  • Argentina Argentina
  • Belgium Belgium
  • Brazil Brazil
  • Cameroon Cameroon
  • China China PR
  • Costa Rica Costa Rica
  • Croatia Croatia
  • Denmark Denmark
  • Ecuador Ecuador
  • England England
  • France France
  • Germany Germany
  • Italy Italy
  • Japan Japan
  • South Korea South Korea
  • Mexico Mexico
  • Nigeria Nigeria
  • Paraguay Paraguay
  • Poland Poland
  • Portugal Portugal
  • Republic of Ireland Republic of Ireland
  • Russia Russia
  • Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia
  • Senegal Senegal
  • Slovenia Slovenia
  • South Africa South Africa
  • Spain Spain
  • Sweden Sweden
  • Tunisia Tunisia
  • Turkey Turkey
  • United States United States
  • Uruguay Uruguay

Teams that did not qualify:

  • Australia Australia
  • Austria Austria
  • Czech Republic Czech Republic
  • Finland Finland
  • Greece Greece
  • Israel Israel
  • Norway Norway
  • Scotland Scotland
  • Switzerland Switzerland

Stadiums

The game features all the official stadiums from the 2002 FIFA World Cup.

  • International Stadium Yokohama
  • Seoul World Cup Stadium
  • Daegu World Cup Stadium
  • Saitama Stadium 2002
  • Busan Asiad Stadium
  • Sapporo Dome
  • Incheon Munhak Stadium
  • Shizuoka Ecopa Stadium
  • Nagai Stadium
  • Miyagi Stadium
  • Gwangju World Cup Stadium
  • Munsu Football Stadium
  • Suwon World Cup Stadium
  • Ōita Stadium
  • Jeonju World Cup Stadium
  • Niigata Stadium
  • Jeju World Cup Stadium
  • Kashima Soccer Stadium
  • Kobe Wing Stadium
  • Daejeon World Cup Stadium

Videos

EA_Sports

EA Sports

2002_FIFA_World_Cup_-_Official_Trailer_-_GameCube

2002 FIFA World Cup - Official Trailer - GameCube

External links

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