Summary: EA really did a good job with the atmosphere and graphics. This game not only looks great, it plays solid as well. The highlight of this title is working your way up to qualify and then play in the South African World Cup. Make your player, add him to a teams roster and win it all for your country. Joyful music, a bright colorful theme and crowd involvement really drive home an authentic feel to this game.
Summary: If you've played any of the FIFA titles on current generation consoles, you know what you're in for: a virtually limitless World Cup experience, where you can do anything from win the Jules Rimet with Brazil to qualify for the World Cup with American Samoa. The gameplay is fast and fun - and the computer AI is just right for an average player to be able to do well on the game's medium setting.
Summary: With FIFA soccer entering 2012, I still linger back to this game. Gameplay and movements improved over FIFA 10, but not slowed down like FIFA 11. Online Worldcup Tournament is addicting, but PSN sometimes does not work as it should, and having an intense game cut midway is no fun, so get a star ding for that. Would recommend a buy, unless you want to wait for World Cup Brazil!
Summary: I really enjoy this game alot. Love how they have the world cup tourney and all the qualifiers that you can play through. Its awesome that this game contains so many different teams from hundreds of different countries. The game controls aint the hardest to master, so basically anyone can play this game after a few tries. Only thing that I can say I thought shouldve been better, is the game graphics of the game.