Developer: Electronic Arts
Publisher: EA Sports
Release date: anuary 17, 2002
The FA Premier League Football Manager 2002
is the third sequel to The FA Premier League Football Manager 99. It was developed by Electronic Arts and released in 2002.
The game was famed for being factually inaccurate, listing Norwich
City's midfielder Gary Holt as Italian, when he is in fact Scottish.
Other glitches include the listing of Israeli defender Dimitar
Balabonov as the game's best rated player, with a rating of 99 (out of
99) for each attribute!
# Updated Transfer Market includes Pre-Contract / Bosman ruling with new transfer periods included
# Enhanced Menu Interface
# Improved Match Engine during the game and individual players skills shown up by game engine
# New Fastview Mode with better CPU AI during the match with 3 sets of tactics that can be used in game
# New Training Mode in which players can be trained individually or as a group
# Ability to edit all details about the players, clubs names
# Database includes approx 35,000 Players, 1200 Clubs and 1500 Managers
# 21 leagues with licenses including The FA Premier League, LNF, Bundesliga
233 MHz Pentium
32 MB RAM
300 MB free hard disk drive
4x CD-ROM drive
4MB Graphics Card
Direct 3D 3D acceleration