RedCard Soccer 20-03 (Original Xbox) by Midway Home Entertainment



RedCard Soccer 20-03 (Xbox) by Midway Home Entertainment Box Art

Xbox 360 backwards Compatible



North Amercian Release Date: June 25, 2002.

Region(s) Released: North America, Europe

High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Widescreen Supported (16:9): No
System Link Support: No

Average Overall Score:
7.67 / 10
76.7%


Graphics rock, the Matrix style moves are getting old, and its a soccer game. It was worth its money till we beat it. The two player games really sucked."

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Description

RedCard Soccer is the all-new 11-on-11 adrenaline soccer title in Midway Sports' lineup.

Lace up the boots and don’t forget your shinguards because you’re about to get kicked in the teeth by the most entertaining Soccer game ever created. With Midway’s RedCard Soccer you’ll kick, head, and tackle your way through 50 international teams and their fans for the coveted title of World Champion.

Your feet will dance and your body will bleed as the fanatical fans rain cheers or jeers from the swollen stadium above. The unique adrenaline-style Midway Sports experience — combining lightning-quick speed, stunning next generation graphics, and authentic soccer action — will make RedCard the must-have soccer title on the next generation systems.

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Friday, December 17, 2004
Saturday, October 20, 2001

Cheat Codes

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enter the following as your profile name- BIGTANK
      Add a profile named "BIGTANK" and you'll unlocked all stadiums and teams, including an aircraft carrier and a haunted house.

User Reviews

Score: 77
Overall User Average: 8.00 / 10 (76.7%)
Gameplay User Average: 7.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 9.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 8.00 / 10
bastardino69
Date reviewed: July 23, 2002.

Overall: The game is alright. It's what I call a not too good and not too bad, but pretty good game. It hangs between an over the top BLITZ/JAM type of game and a real sim like FIFA.
Gameplay: The controls are somewhat confusion I thought. Takes a bit of practice to get used to them. For example, there are instances when you have to hold down both triggers and it's really annoying. One is turbo and the other is a special move activation, I wish this game didn't have special moves and was simply a soccer like FIFA. I haven't played FIFA yet on XBOX but scoring is way too easy (as expected at over the top) but it's stupid easy. Sometimes you will score from 20 yards away and the goalie won't move until the ball is already above him. What happens is vows from your opponent that your goalie should have had that. If this game was 5 on 5 BLITZ type with double digit scoring that type of goal would be justifiable, but as the game is 11 with referee on the field this simply shouldn't be happening. After you start the Conquest mode, the first time you play is Penguins. This is a real bummer. A team like that you should play at the very end or at be a supplement cheat that unlocks them. They should not be a team in the tournament. Again, the game fails to identify itself. You expect a Brazil vs France instead you get Brazil vs Dolphins (the Mammals).

The controls are okay. Nothing spectecular. There is no replay mode, there is one auto replay after each goal. There is a slow time (Bullet time sorta) that you could pull of using your special move. This is really silly looking kick that almost all the time (if you're close enough) will guarantee you a goal.
Graphics: Visually the game is impressive. Player models looks very realistic. The field, the shading, lighting all very nicely done.
Sound: I've ready some previous review and I think the sound is pretty crappy. First off, your player does a drop kick and get the ball and you have a commentater with his british accent say "marvelous steal". When you do a drop kick or an elbow drop you want to hear something else. Default game settting suck terribly, the crowd and the effects overlap the commentators so you need to go into setting right away and change it. All in all i suppose the sound itself isn't bad.
Suggestions: Please, please for the next installments of this game make it a game that has a personality and is unique. If you want to do over the top soccer game, I'm all for it, but do it right. If it's a sim then do so and allow more control over plays and get rid of the silliness within the game.


Overall: 80 %
Gameplay: 70 %
Graphics: 90 %
Sound: 80 %

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