NHL 2K2 is a great game of hockey that any hockey fan who owns a Dreamcast should really consider picking up.
The improvements in the game, although subtle on the surface, are substantial for serious fans of the NBA.
Fans of the NFL 2K series will undoubtedly find that it's hard not to like NFL 2K2.
NCAA College Football 2K2
The game capably competes against any other college football product on the market.
While still fun in head-to-head situations, the few added features can't mask the fact that NBA Hoopz is basically the same exact game as last year's NBA Showtime.
Visual Concepts has tweaked and buffed out the annoying gameplay traits that plagued its original hoops game, and the result is a highly polished product.
NFL Blitz 2001
Once again, Midway delivers a rock-solid version of NFL Blitz for the Nintendo 64, equaling the PlayStation release in every respect while standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the Dreamcast in a number of key areas.
In the end, NFL 2K1 is a deeper, more refined version of the original game.
NFL QB Club 2001
Playing NFL QB Club for the Nintendo 64 is much like watching a preseason football game; the choppy, sloppy gameplay soon grates on your patience.
If you own a Dreamcast, and you're reading this to find out if NHL 2K is worth your hard-earned dollars, the answer is yes.
NBA 2K almost does for basketball what NFL 2K did for football.
NBA Showtime: NBA on NBC
It's not perfect, but NBA Showtime is still a fun four-player game, and it's worlds better than any other arcade basketball game on the PlayStation.
With NFL 2K's incredible control, you feel as though you're down on the field with the NFL's finest.
NFL Quarterback Club 2000
Madden 2000 for the N64 is simply a better game.