Development of GameBreaker 2001 Wrapping Up

College football returns to the PlayStation, featuring Ron Dayne and Keith "Whoa Nellie" Jackson.


NCAA GameBreaker 2001

Sony announced today that it will release NCAA GameBreaker 2001 for the PlayStation in August. The new game will feature all 115 Division I-A programs, 64 historical teams, 21 bowl games, new character models, 1,800 selectable plays, and more than 250 motion-captured animations. In addition to the in-game features, there is a complete career mode where players can take on the duties of a head coach and compete for the national championship.

"NCAA GameBreaker 2001 captures the look and feel of college football, and with our collaboration with Ron Dayne, the NCAA's most prolific running back, GameBreaker lives up to 989 Sports' mantra 'Made by the pros, played by the pros,'" said Kelly Ryan, SCEA's director of product development. "With Ron Dayne, Keith Jackson's play-by-play, incredibly realistic stadiums, and team-specific playbooks, GameBreaker is college football."

GameBreaker 2001 will support up to eight players via the PlayStation multi tap.

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