Excerpt: It’s that time of year again: the stage is set and the most popular sport in the world is gearing up for next year’s mega event, the World Cup. For now, the various Champions Leagues are underway, and individual clubs are competing in-between their national teams’ World Cup qualifying matches.
Summary: FIFA 10 stands in a league of its own in terms of quality. A truly outstanding tribute to the beautiful game.
Pros: The 360 dribbling system. It gives you improved control over the ball and therefore allows you to be creative, The vast replay value afforded by some brilliant game modes and solid online options, Improvements on the pitch make for a more aggressive, challenging and flowing game of football
Cons: The dodgy goalkeepers that sometimes struggle to catch the ball
Conclusion: I must say I enjoyed FIFA 09 a lot. Many of the things EA had previously attempted came together in that title along with tons of content that put it comfortably passed the latest offering in the Pro Evolution (Winning Eleven) series.
Pros: Great foundation of gameplay with physics, animations, and controls. Lots of content. Superb presentation. Beautiful graphics.
Cons: Feels very similar to FIFA 09. The commentary is generally good, but errors a bit too often when putting the blame on keepers.
Excerpt: Last years quality game firmly put FIFA back on top over their Konami rival, so what next? A tougher challenge and enough off the pitch enhancements to last you till well after the end of the season and beyond is what.
Excerpt: I’ve followed the evolution of football games since they came to home consoles in the early 90’s, titles that stick in my memory are Super Kick Off and of course, Sensible Soccer.
Pros: Beefed up AI makes the game ever more realistic., New features and additions all combine and morph into something great., The best footie experience you can have, short of rounding up a load of your mates and actually going outside.
Cons: A host of annoyances and bugs which if past years performance is to go by won’t be patched., Extremely difficult to get a game online with someone who doesn’t pick Real Madrid/Barcelona., With no real penalty by EA, online is plagued by quitters, both in Head to Head and Be A Pro., An over-riding...
Summary: Der witzige Look und das Einsteiger-freundliche Handling lassen jeden Hobby-Kicker schnell zum Samba-Tänzer werden. Wer sich mehr mit der Steuerung beschäftigt wird sich freuen, dass man auch gekonnt Spielzüge aufs Feld bringen kann.