Reviews and Problems with Academy of Champions: Soccer
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my 6 and 9 year old boys found it hard to control and figure out
Adam Burkey, Amazon
19 January 2013
Summary: can make teams and it has interesting training levels. we couldn't figure out good ways to score. seems we need more experience playing it to score against their goal keepers or even each other
Summary: This game is very fun to play. a little hard to score goals with, but overall good for kids. I wish the camera view was a little wider , i'm having hard time seing the other side while playing.
Summary: This game is a hit with my son who has taken to soccer lately, the school you attend as a rogue striker is terrific fun as you progress through the story scenarios and matches. Not much personalization and the controls take quite a bit of practice especially if you are used to other soccer titles like strikers or fifa. Another soccer title that is fun to play is always welcome and this one just earns its keep for originality and depth of minigames and unlockables.
Summary: it's certainly not trying to be FIFA, and it's a fun take on my favorite game. love the character variety, as playing as Altair, Sam Fisher, Rayman, etc was quite entertaining. the controls are simple so it possesses that pickup and play quality. the fact that it's a 5 vs. 5 game and the closer camera angles made me feel a little more "in the middle of it all" versus when i play FIFA and it feels like i'm playing from the press box.
Summary: Yes, Mario Strikers is still king of the arcade soccer scene, but Ubisoft did a great job with this title. The cartoony, colorful graphics are awesome and I loved seeing Sam Fisher, Altair, and the Prince of Persia included (could do without the Rabbid hehe). The music is catchy although as with any title like this you'll be hearing the same tunes alot and it's liable to get on your nerves a couple of hours in.