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DescriptionStars 2001 (in either one of the F.A. Premier League, Bundesliga, La Liga and LNF flavours) is the sequel and last title of the short run of EA's Stars series, a spin-off from the mainstay FIFA titles.
Instead of digressing into several leagues, Stars focused on only one (giving each team individual kits and stadiums) and allows the player to improve his team by enhancing the players' abilities or in the transfer market. However, to do so, first the player has to win Star Points on the playing field - by scoring, not losing and having a clean sheet in both goals against and sending offs. Occasionally, there might be some Stars Challenges, which require the player to fulfill a task (scoring five goals, for instance), which will grant more star points, at the risk of possibly losing them if the requirements are not met.
After the player completes a season (which includes the league, cup, European cup, international cup and legends match, against an all-time squad), the player can save the team, customize it and then play against other human-controlled custom team, the winner being able to select (well, steal) key players from the opposing team.
Commentary is provided by Richard Keys, Martin Tyler, Clive Tydesley and Andy Gray. Music is provided by one of the leading record labels of the house music scene, Ministry of Sound.
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- "Primera División Stars 2001" -- Spanish title
- "LNF Stars 2001" -- French title
- "Bundesliga Stars 2001" -- German title
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|Mega Fun||Sep, 2000||76 out of 100||76|
|NowGamer||Sep 01, 2000||6 out of 10||60|
|Video Games||Aug, 2000||55 out of 100||55|
|Absolute Playstation||Sep, 2000||53 out of 100||53|
|Super Play (Sweden)||Aug, 2000||4 out of 10||40|
|Joypad||Sep, 2000||3 out of 10||30|
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AdvertisementsWhile FIFA 2001 removed shirt sponsors from clubs such as Manchester City because they advertised a rival company (Eidos, in this case), in Stars 2001 they kept their sponsors.
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