Sports Gaming Network heeft een review van Michael Owen's World League Soccer '99. Hier wat stuff over de graphics:
The graphics were surprisingly impressive. Crisp and smooth, the field definitely looked like a real field, including being the correct size. WLS has a lot of nice features that are included in the game. Scrolling ad boards, crowds that actually wave and cheer during a game, beautifully done stadiums, exact player heights, sideline referees, and even a huge television set in the corner that plays during a match! Weather conditions are pretty true to form also. WLS has a realistic net: after a goal is scored, the net continues to wave for a second. These points sound minute, but after reviewing other soccer games, it was hard to not notice these intrinsic features.
The player modeling is good but could use some tweaks on the smoothness, and I like the correct player heights that are easy to see on the field. Players have their names on the back of them, which makes it easier to keep track of them. The game even has different faces, hair color, etc which is a nice variance to add to the game. The player movements are very accurate and breathtaking to see and are pretty easy to perform.