By Mike Doolittle on September 28, 2000 - 11:00pm.
When I first played last year's NFL 2K, I was, to put it lightly, amazed. The play-by-play was great, and the action was both fast and cerebral. The game breathed new life into the stale video-football genre, setting a standard that has yet to be equaled. Now comes its sequel, NFL 2K1, and it is everything anyone could ask for, and then some.
Game Description: What better way to pass the time than with the national pastime? Thanks to World Series Baseball 2K1, you can bring home the whole year's worth of Major League Baseball—from the earliest spring exhibition game to the last dramatic out of the fall classic. The game features everything it should: updated 2000 MLB rosters and stats for all National League and American League teams; all the parks, including San Francisco's new Pacific Bell Park and Seattle's Safeco Field; and all the management functionality needed to replace a tired pitcher or send in a left-handed pinch hitter.
Game Description: Live out your football fantasies with NFL 2K1. Play as any NFL team as well as several all-star teams as you hit the gridiron. Start a franchise and build a dynasty or go online and show the world your skills. Download updated rosters from the Internet for the most up-to-date game you've ever played as you punt, pass, and kick your way to the Super Bowl. Realistic physics, great graphics, and authentic sound make NFL 2K1 the ultimate football simulation. Live out your football fantasies with NFL 2K1. Play as any NFL team as well as several all-star teams as you hit the gridiron. Start a franchise and build a dynasty or go online and show the world your skills. Download updated rosters from the Internet for the most up-to-date game you’ve ever played as you punt, pass, and kick your way to the Super Bowl. Realistic physics, great graphics, and authentic sound make NFL 2K1 the ultimate football simulation.
By Dale Weir on September 28, 2000 - 9:06pm.
I can't recall in recent memory a console launching with a sports franchise the likes of Sega Enterprises' Sega Sports. From the very beginning these sports titles showed off the power of the console at launch, and more to the point, they set new watermarks in their respective genre.
By Chi Kong Lui on September 26, 2000 - 11:00pm.
Seaman isn't a game in the traditional "command and conquer" sense. Seaman is a somewhat passive experience best described as part digital pet and part conversational simulator, but 100 percent strangeness.
Game Description: The latest—and undoubtedly strangest—in a line of virtual-pet games, Seaman will have you mothering (or fathering) the most surreal creature yet to grace the Dreamcast: a fish, known as Seaman, with a human face. Drop some Seaman eggs into your virtual aquarium and watch them hatch into larvae, then baby Seamen (no giggling please), and eventually into adults. In order to raise happy, fulfilled Seamen, you'll need to do more than just feed them and regulate their water temperature and oxygen levels—like most pets, they need your regular attention. You interact with the little guys as a disembodied hand that can tap on the glass of their aquarium, tickle them (they love that), and drop things into their tank. Seaman also comes with a microphone; you can talk to your critters. Voice-recognition software built into the game will enable your tiny mermen to learn your voice and, in time, hold conversations with you. In fact, these Seamen are notoriously moody and may even make fun of you at times. If you neglect them, they will definitely let you know!
By Brad Gallaway on September 26, 2000 - 11:00pm.
Seaman is a tough game to review. Since the overwhelming majority of titles released these days are rehashes of games that have been done time and time again, a rare gem brimming with originality is something to be cherished. Overall I found it to be a very worthwhile and interesting experience that has never really been done before. On the other hand, Seaman isn't really a "game," so I'm sure that a title like this isn't going to be to everyone's liking.
By Ben Hopper on August 7, 2000 - 11:00pm.
According to ESRB
, this game contains: Mild Animated Violence, Mild Language, Suggestive Themes
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