Excerpt: We all know the history of the EA Sports franchises, don’t we’ Once amazing 16-bit titles were then upgraded and released on every format known to man once the 32-bit days began, followed by the yearly releases and special editions which continued to be developed with varying success.
Excerpt: In today’s console soccer world, there are two contenders, the "Winning Eleven" series and the "FIFA" series. The first has been the better simulation of the sport than the latter. I was eager to tear into this year’s version - which lauded its new “First Touch” feature.
Conclusion: EA Sports has been getting better and better at creating great sports graphics for there games. Although many of their games aren’t the most beautiful looking games in the world, they still manage to create that solid feel around them. So does FIFA Soccer 2005 continue the EA Sports tradition?
Conclusion: And that's what really sums it up for me about FIFA 2005 – it's not a deep game, and certainly not one that I'd play for hours on end. It's definitely more of a 'kick about' than a full training session.
Conclusion: By far the best Fifa to date and just when they needed it. Online is pure fun with friends, but offline this title has a new surprise up its sleeve and this is the Career mode which has surprised me completely. If you love Fifa you can not go wrong with this latest release.
Conclusion: To bring all these stands together for a moment, what we have here essentially is an exceptionally polished product with a smattering of new additions that, Xbox Live aside, don't make an especially significant leap forward after last year's return to form.
Excerpt: Sempre dizem que a Nintendo á uma empresa que já tem o estereótipo de produzir jogos para criança ou “de festa” como são chamados às vezes. E hoje, realmente, a empresa acabou virando símbolo desse tipo de jogo, e, geralmente quanto alguma outra tenta fazer algo parecido acaba não conseguindo bons...
Conclusion: Rein spielerisch macht das Spiel erneut einen Schritt in die richtige Richtung. Realismus anstatt Arcade-Bolzerei, die Entwickler haben scheinbar die Zeichen der Zeit erkannt. Natürlich kann man nach einem Jahr Verbesserungen keine Simulation wie Pro Evolution Soccer erwarten, FIFA 2005 hat aber...