Excerpt: Though it isn’t the best looking soccer game on the market, World Tour Soccer 2006 is definitely a step above last year’s game in terms of graphics. The franchise retains the solid color scheme that made the previous games look like cartoons, but the detail has improved greatly.
Excerpt: There's a crucial choice that every game based on real-world sports has to make. That choice is whether the game will aspire to simulating the real-world sport as closely as possible or whether to create an entertaining gameplay system that calls to mind a sport without really hewing close to the...
Summary: Building on the success of previous titles
in the series, Sony's 989 Sports hits the pitch again with the release of World
Tour Soccer 2006 for the PS2. Its controls have been improved dramatically,
offering a responsive touch that makes passing and kicking much easier.
Excerpt: World Tour 2006 features 935 different teams from around the globe. Teams range from international squads like England, America, etc, to those from the American MLS and the European Premier league.
Summary: Talk about someone who has been out of soccer for years. The last soccer game I played religiously was back on Super Nintendo. That was so long ago I cannot even remember the name of the game, simply that Germany was too freaking good on that game to ever be beaten.