Summary: Although far from perfect, World Tour Soccer is still worth a shot if you’re hungry for PSP footy thrills. The crisp graphics and opportunity to play as classic teams such as 1966 England will be enough to convince most fans to squander 30 quid, but devotees of console kickabouts such as Konami’s International Superstar Soccer may feel frustrated by the players’ shallow selection of moves and robotic movement around the pitch.
Conclusion: World Tour Soccer is a decent soccer engine backed with a superb playing mode (challenge). Doubtless a big improvement will occur next year, for now it's probably best to wait and see how FIFA pans out first before committing. But it has to be said, this is by no means a poor performer, all things considered.
Pros: We'd kill to have challenge mode on PES or FIFA
Cons: Sketchy AI at times, Can be a little too arcadey
Summary: World Tour Soccer Challenge Edition is an entertaining arcade styled game to play however the lack of game modes does hurt the longevity greatly. If you can't wait for EA's or Konami's soccer titles due in a couple of months then this game will tie you over nicely.
Excerpt: World Tour Soccer est issue d'une franchise bien connue sur PS2. En France, celle-ci avait jusqu'à présent pris le nom de Le Monde des Bleus . Vous voici maintenant au courant de la parenté directe du soft. La PSP inversera-t-elle la tendance ? Très honnêtement, ce titre nous a laissé une impression d'inachevé tant il est approximatif.