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7.2 out of 10

FIFA 2005

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Overall 10
10

Awesome graphics - looks real

Bubba & Squiggles' Dad "Sai", Amazon
6 April 2007
  • Summary: I never played playstation/XBox games in my life before. Bought this for my nephew, and while he was playing, I thought he was watching a live game - the graphics are so natural. I was so impressed that I started playing myself, and for a first timer, it was very easy to play. You can control the players movements, kicks, etc etc... as if you are really playing. I also tried some other war games he has, but I came back to this game.
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Overall 6
6.0

The ugly stepsister of the beautiful game...

C. C. Evans "polymath", Amazon
18 December 2006
  • Summary: EA has some great sports games. The Fight Night series and Madden NFL are good examples. Simply put, this is not one of the great ones. The FIFA licenced leagues and players are the best feature. The graphics are good, and the menus are nice. The music is really good. The stadiums fail to impress. The first touch concept is right-on, but the controls don't deliver. The players are stiff and the physics are lackluster. The AI is more artificial than intelligent.
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Overall 10
10

Great fun!

Eoin "A-Ron", Amazon
5 June 2006
  • Summary: This game is great! At the start, you have a team that needs work. As you progress through, the team gets better and the player (you) gets better. There are certain things you must know to build a good team. First, you must spread your points evenly with the coaches. Coaches you should concentrate the most on are the striker, midfielder, goalie, fitness, and the medical staff. Sometimes you have trade offers. Sometimes the price tells you that he is good or bad.
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Overall 6
6.0

It's okay.

Kevin C. Li, Amazon
25 October 2005
  • Summary: This game is okay. But, as some people said, it is easy to blow it during a game i.e. foul. But, for the visuals, it is perfect. It is better than the previous FIFA game. Overall, it is okay but with some improvements on it in the future games.
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Overall 10
10

FIFA 2005 scores big

Matthew J. Robbins "Mateo", Amazon
15 September 2005
  • Summary: FIFA 2005 is a worthy installment of this soccer series. The flow of the game is incredibly realistic, and all the famous players look suprisingly like their real-life counterparts.
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Overall 10
10

It rocks and rules and does everything good

K. so, Amazon
3 September 2005
  • Summary: First of all,DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE WHO says THIS IS OK OR BAD<IT ROCKS BIG TIME.Actually I dont own this game but i have played it lots of times at my friends house.This game is to realistic to be true. WE can actually dribble with the ball without using any tricks me and my fried do it every time.
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Overall 10
10

great soccer game

I Have all the Fifas "Luis", Amazon
27 June 2005
  • Summary: this game is great i like that they put the mexican league since im mexican and it has good graphics
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Overall 10
10

question

name "signature", Amazon
20 June 2005
  • Summary: For all those american fans out there: In the MLS, are the two new teams in fifa 2005 (Real Salt Lake and Chivas USA) and is the Dallas Burn's name changed to FC Dallas?
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Overall 10
10

Best FIFA game ever

Hernan Rauseo "Hernan", Amazon
18 June 2005
  • Summary: I have play EA sports FIFA games since the first one, and this is the best game of the series. The control of the ball and players are better than fifa 2004, also the First Touch Ball is the best thing in a soccer videogame, just take Ronaldinho of Barcelona and start dribling players; is worth the purchase of the game; you just wont beliave what you did, when watching the replay!
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Overall 2
2.0

EA Sports ruins soccer

Keith Magnussen "KeithM", Amazon
9 May 2005
  • Summary: EA Sports should be stripped of thier rights to all the teams and KONAMI should have the ability to have The Arsenal instead of North London. If you are under 10 years old and never wathched soccer before then this might be the game for you. A real fan of the beautiful game would be better off getting Winning Eleven. EA lost the plot years ago...I think the last EA game I really enjoyed was FIFA World Cup 98.
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