Reviews and Problems with 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
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Anonymous , GameStop
18 August 2011
Summary: So i have had this game for some time and i found out that the graphics are not that great but the game is pretty interesting i do not prefer using the online game play but overall the game is good if you have a lot of people
Summary: I got this for a World Cup tournament at work, and it's an ok game, but if you don't have the nunchuck for each Wii-Mote, you have to let the computer control the direction of your players, and they usually tend to run right up the middle. Kinda a poor execution of control in my opinion since there IS a directional pad, but it only gets used for post-goal celebrations.
Summary: It's a great video game but gets repetitive after a while. It seems that easy mode is way too easy and medium mode is way too hard sometimes. Overall, still a good video game for the price, would prefer this over the ps3 or xbox 360 version just for the price and the fact they don't put too much effort into these world cup games.
Summary: It's a decent, arcade-ish, multiplayer-oriented soccer game, but it suffers from being far too similar to FIFA 10 (if you already own FIFA 10 you're getting just slightly more than a re-skin of it). The game features unrealistic physics and some crazy-insane slow-mo effects (very Matrix-like) to really bring out the all-important "cool factor," however, it eschews realism in favor of fast-paced fun.
Summary: I like the fact that you could use the new Classic Controller Pro, and that you could play any country in the world. The main thing that's annoying is shooting at goal. I was looking for a setting to change the way shots are presented. I saw some unfavorable reviews for FIFA 10 regarding this horrendous way of shooting the ball at the goal. Every shot seems unrealistic, like as if it's going 110 miles an hour.
Summary: We lliked the world cup feel and atmosphere to the game but now its over this will become boring quite quickly. My main complaint is that we prefer Fifa09 or even Fifa10 on the Wii. Particularly because we like playing two players (Me and my son) on the same side against the computer.
Conclusion: this is the same game as fifa 10 . controls are the same, and graphics and sound are the same, not much improvement. only difference is now when you shoot the action slows down for a more dramatic effect. also free kicks are easier, as you just have to flick remote at right time to hit a goodshot. the only dpwnside are penalties. you have no control on where the ball is going, same as free kicks , just a case of flicking remote at right time.