Excerpt: EA Sports' brings the TOTAL FOOTBALL experience to your fingertips. It delivers a combination of attacking gameplay, complete customization, pure authenticity and the deepest manager mode ever. Intuitive gameplay enables you to command every move of your player with pinpoint accuracy. Passing, shooting and tackling is now more responsive than ever and enables you to trap, shield and dribble like a world-class football player.
Conclusion: FIFA is a name that rings many bells for the football aficionados. Some of us may even prefer playing FIFA and forget the good old physical exercise. I have to mention that this game is not an easy one. It's not arcade, it's not quite a simulator, because EA did not forget that the PSP's primary purpose is to deliver a unique experience in small doses, but it's a pretty good title.
Excerpt: 2006 FIFA World Cup lets gamers and soccer fans experience every footballer's dream of bringing home the biggest prize in world football. This EA Sports game challenges you to lead a nation's team through the highs and lows of qualification, as you play teams from your chosen continent in order to amass enough points to take you to the World Cup Finals. Alternatively, you can skip the qualifying and get straight to the tournament in all its Teutonic finery.
Excerpt: FIFA 06 has a healthy number of play modes including: Play Now, Juggling, Season, Challenges, Tournament, as well as Ad-Hoc and Internet play. There's no career mode, which is slightly disappointing, but really, on a handheld not having a career mode isn't the end of the world. Most of the modes are self-explanatory, but "challenges" places you in varying scenarios, each with their own goal; you might have to hold a lead, come from behind, or score a certain amount of...
Excerpt: Whenever I write one of these soccer reviews, I always start out saying how I am not a fan of the sport, but I have grown to love the video games. While I am a diehard baseball fan, still giddy from the White Sox World Series victory this year, there are sports in video games that, while I don't like in real-life, I can not just appreciate in a video game, but love. It should be no surprise then that FIFA 06 for the PSP gets me excited.
Excerpt: FIFA is a franchise that has been around for as long as i have been in gaming. Just like we're bound to watch terrible television over the summer, EA never fail to deliver a yearly update to their soccer games. In recent times the FIFA series has been wailing, so the pressure is continuously on for the series to provide a more realistic game of soccer.