Summary: Winning eleven does not have all of the feautures ea's fifa soccer has. Some teams do not have the real names and some do, and the club teams are not actualized and they do not use real names. But it is a great soccer game, I played fifa and it was cool but then I played this game, and you feel a lot more free to do great plays. This game requires a lot more of skills to play than fifa, and once you master the controls you can play great matches.
Summary: For years, EA Sports' FIFA series has been the definitive soccer game in the U.S. However, Konami's Winning Eleven 6, which has been the most popular soccer game in Europe and Japan all these years, makes FIFA look like Midway's Red Card games, which is not necessarily a bad thing. But if you are looking for real football, like you see in the World Cup, this is the game you want to get. Winning Eleven is much more realistic.
Summary: I bought this game after playing and conquering FIFA 2003. I was very unhappy with Fifa and sold it wihtin severals week after buying it. I was reluctant to buy any other soccer game on the PS2, until my friend inform me that this game was a much better game. Enough of the history, about the game: The game has a various area but I will focus on 3 main ones that I use: (1) the Training sessions, (2) Match Play and (3)League play.
Summary: I used to be a fan of EA Sports FIFA soccer games but having played Winning Eleven I will never go back. Winning Eleven delivers a stunningly realistic soccer experience that requires concentration, creativity, and patience. It truly does make FIFA look like child's play. In addition to the stellar gameplay the game offers an excellent variety of league and cup modes, plus a solid training mode.
Summary: While this is definitly the "better" soccer game. I personally found it to be quite challenging. If you're not a hardcore soccer fan or just wanna relax, i recommend you get FIFA instead. While i don't consider myself a huge Soccer fan, but i've been playing the winning eleven series since the 16-bits day. This game took quite some time to get used to, and will cause some frustration. The control are pretty solid and responsible but its hard to master.
Summary: This is absolutely the best soccer game ever created in video games. The control is easy, and the movements are the closest to reality than any soccer game for any consoles. ... Overall, this game is worth the price and definitely in my "Must Buy Game" list (along with Dynasty warriors 4) I just can't wait for both of the games to be released. SO go GET THEM!!!!!
Summary: Forget FIFA. This is THE soccer game, and most console gamers in Europe and Asia don't bother with anything else. Sure, many of the player names are not authentic (but you can still use the editor to correct them and change their attributes, etc.), the graphics aren't that great in closeups (but they're excellent during gameplay, which is what really counts anyway), the commentary is a bit lame (but who needs them, I switch them off), but such minor flaws are outshined...
Summary: To be positive and honest, check out the whole world flooding on this amazing game, being the bestselling football simulation ever! Kudos to Konami for this great game! I cannot help it but stare at the graphics gleaming on the TV screen with fully developed player models and beautifully designed courts including the ball which makes it a showcase for the PS2'S awesome graphics capabilities!