Soccer Mania (2002 video game)
The game features a simplified version of association football, with six players per side and no offsides, throw-ins, or fouls. There are many different maps for the game all with music and sounds. Teams and stadia within the game are based upon existing LEGO themes. Power-ups, such as speed boosts and shields, spawn randomly on the pitch during play. The game features a number of modes, such as quick match, exhibition, a knock-out tournament, and training, which doubles as a series of minigames.
Lego Soccer Mania received mixed to negative reviews, with critics singling out the lack of depth to the game as its main flaw. It holds an aggregate score on GameRankings of 58% for the PlayStation 2, 51% for the PC, and 49% for the Game Boy Advance.
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