Summary: El Fifa 10 es bastante mejor que el 09, pero aun así deja muchísimo que desear, de todas formas, se nota la diferencia jugable respecto al PES2010, mas fluido y mas real, en los gráficos, es pésimo un año mas, mejora un poco..pero aun así...parecen de play 1, luego también esta el apartado de modo manager, apenas mejorado y muy tosco, un juego que no estaba a las alturas de las expectativas...al menos, esa es mi opinión.
Summary: Fifa soccer games has always had the distinction of being technically solid, and true to the world of soccer or 'football' and Fifa 10 carries on that just as well as it's predecessors. I played most of my time in Manager Mode and I found it be extremely exciting and playing through multiple seasons to be rewarding. I played as Chelsea and had great pleasure crushing Manchester United over and over again!
Summary: This game is terrible. Nearly impossible to shoot, they overrate the ability of goalies, and it's impossible to get a head on the ball. It gets to the point where you don't even want a corner kick because they're so useless. When you play matches at a higher level against the computer, they make the referees extremely strict and I often get carded on plays where there was no foul whatsoever.
Summary: FIFA 10 is a great soccer videogame and very fun to play especially as a Virtual Pro in Pro Clubs online. The game's speed is way too high and it's very easy to pass and score but you still had full control over what's happening on the pitch and normally the best player wins and not always the luckiest.
Summary: I played nearly every FIFA game, also FIFA 13, and i must say that this is the best FIFA all time. But it don't gets 10 out of ten, because the online mode is not that kind I usual see in football games. When the opponent cancels the game, it'll not be counted. So there are only 9 points for a apart from that very good game, that searches for an equal.
Summary: Same formula over and over again. Good formula although. It becomes quickly repetitive and challenging (and frustrating) in higher difficulty. Only for those who love football. Yes football and not soccer (what a stupid name...).
Summary: So I bought this game because I had played it for PS3. It had all the things I really liked in a game, I could adjust my coaching staff, buy and sell players, transfer leagues, etc. The players on my team could get better through experience and coaching, the player I built could get better by reaching certain goals (no pun intended). The Wii version of this game is a joke.