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NCAA March Madness 2000


March Madness 2000 is the third title in EA Sports' college basketball franchise. This time, there are over 200 teams to choose from, including 16 top women's programs. The teams have unique playbooks, play styles and fight songs. Game options include exhibition games and tournaments. The Dynasty mode allows one to lead a team over several seasons, with recruiting and "red-shirting" of players included. "Rivalry Mode" allows the automatic selection of a team's arch-nemesis as the opponent. There are new motion captured moves (including several flashy dunks), and the new "Dynamic Ball Control" feature allows for more precise control of moves like crossovers and spins. The game features commentary by Dick Vitale.

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Credits (PlayStation version)

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Presented by
  • EA Sports
  • Black Ops Entertainment
Project Director
Executive Producer
Associate Producer
Line Producer
Lead Game and AI Programmer
Audio Programmer
In Game Programmers
Front End Programmers
Additional Front End Programming
Lead Artist
2D Artist
3D Artist
Lead Animator
Basketball Consultants
Motion Capture Services for Prototype Provided by
  • House of Moves
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  • MobyGames ID: 33664


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Game added by Matthew Wynne.

Last modified February 22nd, 2023.