Summary: I've been looking for this game for years and know I finally have it. From what I expected it is a fantastic game, there is nothing wrong taking a break from the newer Fifas and going back to the classics. The game modes and challenges are very fun to play!
Summary: The gane itself focuses on the 2006 Fifa World Cup which gives the game some limitations, but overall the game is one of the best that EA has produced. It is not as challenging as more recent Fifa club games from EA, but it still provides plenty of excitement.
Summary: This was the first game i bought when i got my first xbox 360. Unfortunately the system didn't last long enough for me to enjoy it to the fullest. I'm buying it now at a great reduced price. The game is tough, shooting is tough, defending is tough, so what, stop crying people. The sense of achievement is much greater when you win because it's so difficult.
Summary: Now that the world cup has come and gone, I still continue to love this game. I had never played a soccer game before in my life, but I tried this one out and it definitely hooked me in. The controls are easy to learn, and it's fun to get to learn the rosters of different teams since the graphics are so good you can easily learn what players look like.
Conclusion: Fifa World Cup 2006 is a fantastic game with great graphics and nice game play. Niceties 1. The way players move, kick and react is very realistic. In general play the players (or maybe only the famous ones) really look like the person they represent. For example, Harry Kewell seems to favour his left foot and even appears to run and kick like Harry. The closeups of the players, however, only look vaguely like them. 2.