Astonishing game of soccer that puts you right in the middle of the stadium
Sukumar A. Srinivasan "jasmineheights", Amazon
10 January 2011
Summary: I have been watching soccer since 1982, and have not missed a single world cup since. I have played soccer occasionally. I had always wanted to play soccer as a video game, but had always been on the fence because I was never confident a video game could control the ball and players realistically in a moving game. I bought the PS3 recently and downloaded the demo Fifa 11 (about 1.5GB download). I played a few of the exhibition matches and was instantly hooked.
Summary: I had skepticism about the goalies(AI) but they are pretty good. Anything else is in your control and the controls are great. Pro mode online is awesome, you control your 1 player out of them all and work as a team with either a real life squad player or the one you created.
Summary: This is the best soccer game I've ever played. It is very realistic and offers a lot of possibilities. The previous soccer game I played was Fifa 09 in the Wii, then switched to Fifa 10 in ps3. I must say it was a gigantic change, but it was for good in the end. When I started playing it I felt like I was trapped and was never going to master the game, it was just too hard for me.
It worths your money. Buy it if you haven't. You won't regret it.
Andrew Gomes, Amazon
14 May 2010
Summary: I've bought this game pretty long ago and have been playing it almost everyday. This game is simply fantastic. I haven't gotten tired playing it unlike any other games I own. I'll simply tell you the pros and cons as it makes it easier for you to determine the game's overall quality. pros: 1. The graphics are so realistic that my family thought it was a real soccer match on TV.
FIFA 2010 : Finally, They Got It Right This Time!!....
Masked Jackal, Amazon
14 May 2010
Summary: I'm a huge fan of the FIFA series, but I never enjoyed playing any of the PS3 FIFA games until now. Simply stated, I hated the feel, and the new controller configurations that had been changed once the new system came out. The newer PS3 versions of FIFA just never felt as real, and I always found myself chasing the game / feeling frustrated in the end.
Summary: For anyone whose played any FIFA game in the past, you can expect this game to provide endless hours of intense fun and competition. There are a few changes, however...all for the best. The players have full 360 degree control, whereas in past FIFA games a player can only move up, down, left, right, and diagonally in each respective direction. The dribbling system for tricks has been improved and works great!