Excerpt: FIFA Soccer suffered the most from the transition to handheld in the graphics department. The polygon players look pixilated from a distance and blurry up close. Animation frames skip when players are making flamboyant moves.
Excerpt: console cousins added the new "First Touch" feature, which made immediate plays with the ball easier then ever. The PSP has the feature as well, but without a right analog stick, how will it work? Can
Excerpt: There are several different play modes, including: Head to Head play, challenges mode, season, mid-season, Custom Season modes, Tournaments, and Custom Tournaments. The season mode is a bit misleading, since you can only play the games during the season, and can't transfer players, or manage your...
Conclusion: So how does FIFA Soccer on the PSP play on the pitch? The short answer is that it's a lot like the PC and console versions of FIFA Soccer 2005. The slightly longer answer is that it does just about everything that those games do and suffers only because the PSP's control configuration is...
Pros: More than 350 licensed teams, Plays a realistic game of soccer, Decent soundtrack and commentary, Excellent set-piece controls.
Cons: Frame-rate problems during wireless play, Tricky control scheme.
Conclusion: Likhetene med FIFA 2005 er store, og det er ingen tvil om at dette, per dags dato, er det beste fotballspillet for PSP. World Tour Soccer, som er det eneste som er utgitt i Norge, er det friskt pust til denne populære sjangeren, men det når desverre ikke helt opp.
Pros: WiFi-støtte, Alt fra FIFA 2005 er med
Cons: Hakker til tider, Ved noen tilfeller stopper spillet opp når man skyter like utenfor
Excerpt: Depuis des années, la série des Fifa est adaptée sur toutes les consoles du marché. La PSP ne pouvait pas y échapper. EA Sports nous a donc concocté une charmante version très proche de l’opus 2005 sortie sur 128 bits, Fifa Soccer . Voyons de quoi il retourne. Plus complet tu meurs !