Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Finally it is the Euros again. The European championship is a mini world cup, and for many actually a more competitive competition than the world cup itself. EA, as usual, celebrates this major competition with a game dedicated just for it. The main difference between club and international football is that the emotions are way higher on the international stage.
Excerpt: You may be thinking to yourself, 'why is EA releasing another soccer game? Don't we already have FIFA?' Well, yes, we do. But, you see, with the Euro 2008 approaching its start, it's only right for a videogame to fill the void of those who wish to virtually recreate their own Euro 2008. And because FIFA is...well, FIFA, it can't quite perform those duties, now can it?
Conclusion: A final note: EA Sports, we’re begging you not to get too carried away with tweaking between now and FIFA 2009. Euro 2008 represents a fine gameplay balancing act, and the stack of slight changes you made to FIFA 2008 to get to this point seem to indicate it’s just as easy to screw up the formula.
Pros: Looks and sounds absolutely smashing, Plays like a dream - for real, No shortage of worthwhile game modes to dig into - online and offline
Cons: Reduced team and comp structure - Euro 2008 is no World Cup
Excerpt: 50 selecciones comenzarán el largo camino hacia Austria y Suiza, solo 16 de ellas podrán llegar para intentar saborear las mieles de la victoria en el Estadio Ernst-Happel de Viena y levantar la copa que las convierta en la campeona de Europa. Como cada año que hay una competición a nivel...