Reviews and Problems with 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
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Great game, even now - but incomplete
Andrew Bolte, Amazon
31 January 2012
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: Okay, so I bought this game finally this year, wanted something to remember the 2010 WC by. It is fun being that it features all the WC teams. The frustrating parts are that it is like al the other FIFAs when it comes to speed. You can be a 99 when it comes to speed, and still get caught by a 60 overall speed player. It is just really annoying. Also the holding, an opposing player will grab you and you cant go on a fast break and net an easy goal.
Summary: Great Game nothing much else to say. The graphics and gameplay are smooth, and I really like the selection of countries. Actually I would recommend this game over Fifa 11, just because I prefer international, and the selection in FIFA 11 is really poor. I also really like that the commentators are not as repetitive this year. It's probably as close as playing on the pitch as we can get today.
Summary: It tries to capture the feeling of the World Cup, which is impossible to replicate. I still enjoy playing a lot against the CPU. Against other players, you either play someone who will dominate you or someone who doesn't even know how to shoot. It is a very difficult game to master, but if you play simply, it is still entertaining.
Summary: This game is great and the ball skills of the players are surprisingly realistic. I especially like how the AI of the game can make for excellent precision passing once you point the control stick in the direction you wish to pass and no defenders are close enough to stop the pass. As for headed in goal scoring at first I was at a lost how to direct the ball into goal from a header.
Fun Game, need to be a soccer fan to enjoy this one
26 October 2010
Summary: I like this game, it is a fun game, but personally I believe you have to be a true soccer fan to enjoy this game. Not much with it to attract the non fans! But overall a fun time playing this game.