Excerpt: Some important duels have already passed in the newly started soccer season but this month we get again a huge classic on our plate: EA’s FIFA and Konami’s PES again fighting for the golden ball.
Excerpt: FIFA 11. It's FIFA 10, but better. After playing this year's version of EA's blockbuster football sim, that's the best I could come up with for an opening. It's true, though. FIFA 10 was by far the best football game I'd ever played, and this latest iteration is that game with a smattering of new...
Conclusion: Football games are slowly reaching a plateau with non-pitch improvements, but there’s no doubt that this year’s FIFA is the best yet. To many it’ll still seem ludicrous that sports games are worth the purchase every year, but for anyone who’s ever kicked a football in their life, this is the...
Summary: FIFA 11 reinvents player authenticity – on and off the ball – for every player and at every position on the pitch with Personality+, an all-new feature that sees individual abilities reflected in game, enabling clear differentiation for every player.
Excerpt: FIFA Soccer 10 was far and away the most critically acclaimed and best selling sports game last year. It featured some great gameplay improvements, added great new content, and delivered it all with stylish presentation worthy of the sport it depicts.
Excerpt: FIFA 11, like all EA Sports titles, released a little early. 2010 is just about to hit its midlife crisis and next year’s title is already available, making everything with a 10 in it obsolete. And is it just me or do they release them earlier and earlier every time.
Summary: Football games in general have a one year shelf life as gamers will always buy the latest release to make the game as realistic as possible. With this in mind the efforts in making the " FIFA 11 " experience as polished as possible is nothing short of staggering.
Excerpt: You would think that by coming out with three FIFA titles within one calendar year, EA’s fabulous football franchise would suffer from a bit of oversaturation and staleness. Sure, thanks to the World Cup, something like this only happens once every four years, but it still happens.