Summary: Let me begin by saying that if this is you have never player a FIFA game or haven't played one in recent years, this is a fantastic game. I was very impressed with FIFA 10, so I purchased FIFA 11 when it came out. I was disappointed in the similarities between the two years. It seems like nothing was changed. The graphics, commentary, and game play are all nearly identical to FIFA 10 save for a few new ball stalls for the AI.
Summary: It is amazing how much this version has dwindle. I mean is it hard to continue what they've done prior to 2010. The 2010 PS2 version, at best, was hard to stomach, but the creators decided to push this trite adding insult to your enjoyment as a casual gamer. I haven't switch from PS2 to PS3 because I don't want to change as of yet, but FIFA soccer is using my love for their product to force the change.
Summary: hmm how to begin..........ok i really like fifa and the past fifa's but, this year and last year were just plain dissapointing.........just seeing the same game over and over again year after year just isnt worth me wasting my money, i mean the game has had the exact same "feel" to it since fifa 08, the different thing i see from year to year with fifa is just basically the boots nd uniforms nd rosters.
Fun game...with a house full of friends that is...
K. Weston, Amazon
25 February 2010
Summary: Like the title say's, this game benefits the most with another human playing with you vice playing by yourself. Like others have stated, the AI can be completely ridiculous and unpredictable at times in "Tales of Souls". Don't just expect to just jump in this game either from SC II as most of the characters moves have changed. I don't care how good you are in Soul Calibur, at some point, you WILL be cursing like a sailor as you die over and over and over again in ToS!
Summary: It seems as though Soul Calibur is taking the same route the MK franchise took during its later years pre 3D arena combat(which is just became appauling, not to be confused with making mention that this as a good thing) and while the game is just as fun as its predecessors, it feels like Namco is comfortable with just phoning it in.
Summary: What looked to be a promising game, ended up being a let down on the competative spectrum. While SC3 added much to the single player experience, it left it's hardcore community hanging. Now, don't let that fool you. I enjoyed SC3 for what it was worth. It introduced a lot of new designs and 3 new main characters, as well as one of the most robust fighting game menus to date.
Summary: SCIII is a very entertaining action/fighting game. The variety of characters and their wide array of battle moves are impressive. Each of the characters possess weapons that have their own peculiarities and specialties. As a result, even though the settings are recycled over and over, you will still be able to fight repeatedly without getting bored. You can use different characters each time you play the game.
Summary: The amount of unlockables, the graphics, characters, and the in-depth creation mode for this game are amazing, but if anyone thinks they can just shoot through the quest or chronicles mode or even set the difficulty level lower...you're going to get blocked and pummeled while you're still on the ground.