Reviews and Problems with 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
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waste of money and time
Enrique Romero Motta, Amazon
29 November 2011
Summary: I expected much more of this game, but it is really bad. The PC version has more elements, anyway it is not worthy what i spend on it. Not recommended at all. If you want a real enjoyable game buy fifa 11 not this game.
Summary: I will keep this short (to match how long this game stayed active in our family library). I played it 2-3 times, and never touched it again. My 9 year old daughter played it regularly for a week or two, and then dropped it for older games. The best part about this game is the music/uniform/team selections, the game play is pretty boring and mostly determined by the computer.
Summary: I needed a new soccer game since the world cup was coming up, and I thought what better than 2010 FIFA World Cup? The gameplay seems to be more for the casual fan. I really wanted a game with a road to the world cup, but it is mostly just the World Cup. I really didn't do my research when I bought this game so I really just blame myself. I gave it 2 stars because I think the game would be great for young kids.
Summary: I was really exited when i ordered this and when i played it i found it really good. Now the bad bit, I played for 2 days and on the third i couldnt be bothered to play it and ended playing my F1 game and find that more entertaining. So good at 1st but no good after 3 days.
Summary: Although the graphics are poor I don't mind that as it is on the WII. However, the system for shooting, headers, freekicks etc. is really bad. The ball lights up and you shake the remote. The game goes to slow motion everytime you shoot which is really annoying. There is no skill to shooting or headers etc.
Summary: Just played it a couple of times and I didn't like it. Pros: - fully licenced - referee showing yellow/red cards, injuries etc. (these scenes were not in Fifa 09) - different goal celebrations that you can choose from Cons: - the graphics are worse than Fifa 09. The player's faces and bodies look like they are made up from tiny cubes or squares - there is no option to change the camera (default is sideline) and you hardly see what is going on on the other side of the...
Summary: For a long time, I've been in the PES camp when it comes to football sims but when my wife bought me FIFA World Cup, I thought it would be much the same as more people seem to be moving into the FIFA camp. Wrong. Passes can only go in 8 directions, because there are no pointer-style runs and passes like PES. This would be OK if it didn't lead to hospital passes in the defence that end up being easily intercepted because your player is between angles.