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So NCAA 2000 isn't perfect; what game is? Honestly, what I wanted out of NCAA 2000 was an update to a game I already adore. I didn't want some radical overhaul, just a tweaking here and there where the game needed it. On the whole, Tiburon has succeeded tremendously in this regard. I said it last year upon NCAA 99's release, and now I'll say it again with NCAA 2000: This is by far the finest console football yet made.
No fan of college football will be disappointed with this game.
Even with the additions to Dynasty mode and the new animations and physics, NCAA Football 2000 feels relatively unchanged since '99. Of course, the gameplay is terrific and this is probably the most complete football game on the market. But if you already own '99, you may want to consider saving your money. It really depends on what you liked in '99. If you were into the sim elements, then 2000 is certainly worth buying. However, if you simply enjoyed the gameplay of '99 and weren't so much into the other parts, then 2000 may seem a bit underwhelming.
At any rate, if you're a huge college buff, or you just love football games, NCAA Football 2000 will make a fine addition to your sports library.
Until you pick up the controller and play NCAA Football 2000 for awhile, it's really hard to tell how it has been improved. Last year's surprisingly good game marked a breakout year for the franchise, and EA Sports has followed up with a sequel that is no doubt better, but takes very few chances with the franchise's established formula.
Overall, NCAA Football 2000 is a step-up from NCAA 99. For die-hard college football fans it's a must. For players who have mastered last year's game, it's also a must. While its not leaps and bounds beyond the previous game, the new create-a-school feature as well as all of the other little extras make it well worth your money.