Summary: FIFA 11 personalizes the soccer (football) genre like never before with the new Personality Plus feature and Pro Passing. While it lacks any major overhauls like we've seen in years past, it's still a worthy follow-up to last year's installment.
Pros: The greater authenticity with Personality Plus, The fact this is the most physical FIFA to date, User ability strongly emphasized
Cons: The same old visual hiccups, The lack of new game modes, The fact Pro Passing doesn�t always work well
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. Soon we will see FIFA 14 in 2012.
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. In order to combat FIFA overload, EA has implemented a handful of great new gameplay elements to make FIFA 11 seem fresh.