Summary: This one of the better games for the PSP in my opinion. It is well done with the controls being pretty logical and easy to master. The game play is smooth and fast and the fun factor is pretty high. I was surprised at how well it was done for a portable.
Summary: Pros. Easy to play, cool side games, the training option is great, is very enjoyable. Cons. It freezes when you're changing too many options at the same time, some times the image goes black durin the game (rarely), you can play with less of 16 players, is not a big challenge.
Great introduction, mediocre continuation to the FIFA line.
A. A. Rayle, Amazon
1 January 2008
Summary: If this is your first taste of EA's FIFA line of games, then you will be in for a treat. If you are a fan, this review is for you. In Manager Mode you can train your player in cool, interactive ways, but your training time is limited, and once you have used it up you cannot gain it back.
Summary: This game surely uses most of the PSP's graphic capabilities. It is beautiful and I have alot of fun playing it. The Manager's mode is simple enough to be fun also and the other game modes are suprisingly fun too.
Summary: HEY THERE EVERYONE, IF U ARE THINKING TWICE OF GETTING THIS GAME U SHOULD BE ASHAMED OF YOURE SELF. THERES NO NEED TO THINK TWICE FOR THIS GAME, THIS GAME IS THE BOMB AND VERY ADDICTIVE TO PLAY ESPECIALLY WHEN U PLAY IT ON LINE WITH OTHER GAMERS.
Summary: I have had so much fun with this game, it plays a whole lot better than previews FIFA's and has many additional features that make it a good investment, specially if you have a PS2 and you use the linking mode, you can carry your Manager Mode games in your PSP and link them to the PS2 to continue...
Summary: If you have played previous versions of FIFA, the gameplay does not change significantly, minor adjustments to make it more real. I have been a fan of FIFA series and the reason I bought this one was because my hometown team in the Mexican league is included (Queretaro).