Summary: FIFA 11 reinvents player authenticity — on and off the ball — for every player and at every position on the pitch with Personality+, an all-new feature that sees individual abilities reflected in game, enabling clear differentiation for every player.
Extraordinary soccer simulation for players of all ages.
Common Sense Media
29 November 2010
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a straightforward soccer simulation that focuses on an authentic presentation of the sport. There is no controversial content in this game. Players simply choose from hundreds of teams (or create their own) and play a game of soccer against artificial intelligence (A.I.) or human opponents. The Xbox 360, PS3 and PC versions of the game are similar, while the PS2 and Wii have comparable standard-definition graphics and fewer play modes.
Excerpt: Soccer fans can rejoice as FIFA SOCCER 11 is available to play on the Wii, PS2, PS3, Xbox 360, PC, and the hand helds. I am reviewing the home console version of the game. EA Sports was kind enough to provide Family Friendly Gaming with a reviewable copy on the Playstation 3. FIFA SOCCER 11 allows players to be the goalie for the first time. Yes you can stand in the back and watch the action from afar.
Summary: At times, it doesn't feel like FIFA 11 knows what it wants to be. The over-the-top action seems to have been relegated to the "supplementary" 5-on-5 modes, taking the focus away from the main game as it shrivels from malnutrition. Without the crunching sound effects and "bullet-time" style moments, the game loses some of the fun that FIFA 10 was able to generate. Instead of focusing on providing improvements, EA Sports seems to have opted for side game distractions.