Summary: THe game is quite alright. nothing special. its a little too hard, it takes you a full month of paying( if u play everyday) to become a pro and start winning games online. so for at least the first month, any game u paly online, u lose!
Summary: The game is very slow, not compared to FIFA 10 which is by far the best of all the FIFA series. The Penalty kicks are very difficult; not the kind I would like to see in a soccer game. The balls get intercepted way too easily. The whole feel to the game is different and I've only played it a couple of times and went back to FIFA 10. I definitely regret buying it.
Summary: Let’s blame the World Cup hangover because there’s just something about FIFA 11 that fails to spark our passion in the same way as last year’s sublime effort. It seems as though the team at EA Canada has decided this year’s version is all about refinement, developing the ideas that the team first introduced back in FIFA 08, tidying up its rough edges and holding back on anything perhaps considered a little too drastic.
Summary: It may be the best soccer game of the year (maybe), but it really is one step forward, two steps back with EA again. They gave a few good features - game is slower, passes are more likely to not work - but then they took many away - manager mode no longer has you upgrading coaches and stadiums, pro no longer gets goals for matches. Overall, it is a fun game, but it is not worth it if you already have FIFA 10.
Summary: I've owned FIFA every year since the mid nineties launch on the SEGA MEGADRIVE and have always been impressed by the annual updates and improvements. Sadly, this is the first year I am underwhelmed and disappointed. The gameplay is ok, if anything it's regressed. The new handball feature is laughable, the developers have made a big mistake here, whilst I like the idea of adding authenticity, there are three or four fouls for hand ball in every game, I would estimate two...
Summary: I have been playing FIFA soccer (should be football by the way) for many years. I have to say that despite several improvements FIFA remains a quite frustrating experience for seasoned players. There is too much AI manipulation going on... e.g. to make game artificially more dramatic goal scoring chances increase at 45th and 90th minutes. Too many times ball hits post. EA developers should let players play according to their skills and not manipulate game so much.
Summary: Dear All Football Game Players, I might have a short story to share with all of you before I tell you my feeling about FIFA 11. I am a Die Hard Football Video Game Fantantic to begin with. Each year I spend almost $120 to buy both PES and FIFA. Personally speaking, I used to like Winning Eleven alot on PS2, and I was a Die Hard Konami or you say Japanese Video Game fans!! So I bought PES 2008 after I purchased PS3.