Summary: World Cup is a good game. The dream team mode is seriously awesome and it makes the game really cool. You can even load your team to your wii remote and beat your friends with your stacked up team. Graphics could be better and I think players should be able to sprint, not just run, but overall this is a very good game.
Summary: This is a very good game and it's cool that it has all the teams but the space between easy difficulty and medium is way to big. If you are on easy you can easily score at least 10 goals a game. On medium it instantly goes down to a max of 2 or 3 on your first few plays. It's still a great game though.
Summary: I bought the game for sentimental reasons and was not sure whether I would really enjoy playing it. I have thoroughly enjoyed it, especially building my own dream team. Beating the challenges and taking the other teams best player is actually really fun. The game play was easy to pick up on even though this is my first venture into FIFA. Will get another FIFA in the future when this one gets old and worn out.
Summary: It's a fine game, my only complaint if I had one is that it's not as crisp because it's on the wii and they do not offer a high definition player yet,(compared to PlayStation and Xbox) so for standard definition it's great. My nine-year-old loves it.
Summary: This is a pretty good game. The controls are very frustrating at first, but once you get the hang of them, the game is very fun. Online play is a nice feature. Overall, this is a pretty good game and I would reccommend to casual gamers.
Summary: This is a good soccer game. It is cool because we are currently in the World Cup, and the game is totally accurate as to the teams, brackets, etc. There are some players that are on the game but not playing in the "real life" World Cup, such as Barrack for Germany or Ching for the USA. All in all, the game is very fun. There are aspects that I wish were different, or more "interesting." This includes goal scoring, which I wish had a little more creativity.