Summary: EA Sports 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa features all the emotion and passion of the fiercest national rivalries battling on the world's biggest stage, with all 199 national teams that took part in qualification, all 10 official stadiums used in South Africa and stadiums from each qualifying...
Excerpt: Despite the 360/PS3 versions of 2010 FIFA World Cup marking an improvement over FIFA 10, the Wii version doesn't fare so well. In fact, this title is so similar to the year's main game that it's going to take the most dedicated of football fans to pick it up on Nintendo's console.
Excerpt: The real FIFA World Cup may be four years in the making, heightening the glory and agony of everyone involved, but FIFA World Cup games certainly aren't four years in the making. In fact, given that FIFA 10 only came out last October, you could argue that 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa has been a...
Pros: Gorgeous presentation., Excellent World Cup mode., Slight gameplay tweaks from FIFA 10 (new penalty system is defo worth learning).
Cons: Clive Tyldesley and Andy Townsend., Not as many features as FIFA 10., Steep learning curve for penalties.
Excerpt: The summer is nearly upon us, and thank goodness that this year brings a World Cup to fill the summer months. But until that begins you can enjoy the highs and lows of a fierce competition with this EA offering for the Wii.
Pros: Bright, colourful and fun, Good offline multiplayer mode, Simple and responsive controls, Plenty of countries and stadia to choose from
Cons: Lagging behind versions on other consoles, Limited in player movements on the field, Fun factor might only last throughout World Cup
Excerpt: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa er klart præget at være et arkadespil, så er du til den hårde simulation af fodbold, hvor sveden drypper fra spillerne og man skal kæmpe sig op mod målet, så kan du lige så godt kigge væk allerede nu, for det er ikke her du finder det.