Summary: If you want to play the UEFA 2008 tournament on PS3, you have to get this, it's fun but not much different gameplay than EA's FIFA 2009 (yes it's closer to 2009, not 2008) Some fun bonus material is included, like replaying parts of past big Euro cup games where you have to win in the dying minutes...
Summary: My favorite Fifa game was world cup 2006 and until this game came out I did not enjoy most other soccer games. Great game play, very reaisitic ball skills, etc. My only complaint is the difficulty levels. Mainly from Semi-Pro to Pro there is an extreme jump in difficulty.
Conclusion: Having put all the control options to manual, this plays a great flowing and dynamic game of football. A lot of variations in the types of goals you can score with build up play is a necessity, unlike fifa's of old.
Summary: This is another title in the series from EA, I like the graphics and the controls are easy to use. There's a learning curve, but the more you play this title the more you want to go back and challenge it. the commentary lags the action and needs some tweaking.
Summary: Probably they still use the same Engine as in Fifa 2008 but it's easy to score goal with compare to FIFA 2008. I also observed some changes in free kick in which you can kick the ball in a curved fashion, without the ball being kicked over the wall (side curved).
A good football game, but no more than a stop until fifa was released.
27 March 2009
Excerpt: With my country Scotland, not playing in another major football tournament, i was wondering if this game would be worth me buying. However with being a football game addict I knew i would buy it eventually and right enough i did. Brilliant decision by me.