NCAA GameBreaker 2000 Reviews (PlayStation)
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Gaming Entertainment Monthly (Aug 12, 1999)
In conclusion, it is hard not to call this college football game of the year, but I should try the rest of the games first. I would definitely recommend picking it up for any fan of NCAA football, since it is authentic, realistic, and woven together just perfectly with detailed graphics and impressive sound effects. Kudos to 989 Sports for another job well done!
Gamezilla (Sep 02, 1999)
If you bought Gamebreaker 99, you may want to really think about it before buying this also since most of the changes are minor. If you do not own a college football game, this would not be a bad one to grab especially if you prefer the pace a little faster and a more arcade feel to the gameplay. I personally found the game fun to play for a while but I got tired of throwing passes into triple coverage and coming up with the ball every time.
GameSpot (Aug 18, 1999)
In the end, Gamebreaker 2000 is a decent improvement over last year's title. Casual fans may not notice all the little nuances, plays, and animations, but fans of the Gamebreaker series surely will.
IGN (Aug 23, 1999)
As football simulations go, NCAA GameBreaker 2000 is a pseudo arcade/simulation experience. The gameplay is fast, furious and fun. The visual are terrific for system that only has 2MB of RAM, and the AI, while spotty at times, is not stupid by any means. Some tweaking to address the money plays, more time spent on voices and sounds, in addition to cleaning up the cryptic interface a bit, and GameBreaker 2000 would easily be the pinnacle of college football on the PlayStation.
Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine (OPM) (Oct, 1999)
If you're looking for a really easy-to-learn college football game, you might enjoy NCAA GameBreaker 2000-it is still fun, despite its major flaws. I just don't like games that feel like they were pushed out of the door. Rushed or not, at least 989 could have made the defenders always want to tackle the ball carrier, don't you think?
Game Revolution (Sep, 1999)
NCAA Gamebreaker 2000 is an arcade football game packaged in a sim wrapping. It tries hard to look realistic, but fails when it comes to actual gameplay. Good for a rental, but true football fans will want to look towards EA's NCAA Football 2000.