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.
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.
Summary: When it comes to soccer Winning Eleven 8 blows away fifa.Winning Eleven series has been the best many years but we didn't see it in the US till just a few years ago.People are just too much in the habit of grabbing the EA sports latest versions of sports game assuming that with the name alone its...
Summary: If you want to play football without much control depth then choose this over the European "Pro Evolution Soccer 4" (title is "Winning 11" in the US) and if you have heard the buzz surrounding that game then you should know that it is in the top three sports simulations of all time.
Summary: right ive been playin fifa since 1994 unlike the french fan of 98, u know when they were little 2d guys runnin after a white dot but instead of gettin better it just got worse, dont get me wrong its a good game but its WAY TOO EASY u know a match would like end 7 5 way too much for football thats...
Summary: If you own a PS 2/two, there's little reason you should play this game, World Tour Soccer 8 it is, second to none, by far. Only if you really need to have all teams licensed or you must have an on-line mode then you may find what you need in FIFA 05.
Summary: Well, at least EA are trying. I consider myself a fan of both of the big two. Trying to recover the successes of Fifa 2000 -Road to the World Cup which was the undoubted highlight of the series. Its fair to say that the game mechanics of both Pro Evo and Fifa and switching somewhat.
Summary: ok i bought this game a while ago now and i've gotta say the novalty has already warn off, at first the kits and the new stadiums which had been added like St James' Park really gripped me but since about november the games been gathering dust.
Summary: Having bought FIFA 2005 on the day of release, I have played it 5 hours a day until Pro Evo 4 was released (I work nights so it's easy). It is deffinetly a step up from last years version. The career mode is very addictive and all the usual EA glossy presentation and official licensing is very nice.
Summary: Another year nother let down. How many more years will EA drag out this tried and failed franchise? How come Konammi can get it right but EA continue to aim themselves at younger, more softcore gamer.