Summary: The controls are hard to understand, don't respond well, and are just uncomfortable. Plus, with EA trashing Nintnedo, I doubt any updates are coming. I got a very good deal on this game but still not worth it. I woundn't pay a cent for it... It's that bad.
Summary: okay. this is the best soccer game on 3ds presently. if you like licensed soccer teams, this is the game for 3ds. it is choppy and slow at times. if you bought a 3ds for a soccer game, i guess, just wait. for x-amount it's worth it. be a pro mode is essentially a sports rpg.
Summary: OK I'm a huge FiFA fan and have been buying every FIFA game since 98. I love the FIFA series so much and play it so often, I wanted a portable one for when I'm not home playing my PS3 version. So I figured I'd pick this one up since I've been very impressed by every 3ds game I've bought so far.
Summary: After putting many hours into this game I can honestly say it is very well done. There are a ton of game-play options to keep the game fresh so you won't get bored easily. Slowdown is barely noticeable and hardly a deal breaker (I was concerned due to some reviews).
Summary: Gonna earn the wrath of the first two reviewers but I kinda disagree with them. I played the game for a few hours already and found it to be a great past time whilst commuting to my workplace.
Summary: I pre-ordered this game back in August of 2011. I was cheap and selected free supersaving shipping. Amazonn didn't ship the game on the release date, and I finally got the game on 10/7 (last Friday.) Before I received the game, I read the first two bad reviews from here.