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2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa


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fifa wrld cup

posted by pr0cflr (JERSEY CITY, NJ) Oct 21, 2010

Member since Oct 2010

this game is the besttttttt

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GOOD Game,impressed!!

posted by 96ultra (OKLAHOMA CITY, OK) Aug 30, 2010

Member since Apr 2010

Looks good,game play is good,sound is perfect.The crowd looks amazing. EA has came along way with soccer games,cant wait till the new fifa comes out!!

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This Game Changed My Life (No Really!)

posted by Pykenstein (FORT SMITH, AR) Aug 10, 2010

Member since Aug 2010

Having grown up an American my story is typical: soccer was always a sport that those sissy Europeans played because they were too scared to play REAL football. MAN was I wrong!

I must admit that I'm a bit of an EA fanboy but I've grown bored with Tiger Woods, Madden, and the other major American sports titles they produce, so I gave FIFA:WCSA a shot.

My experience with soccer of any kind prior to this was the one year I played goalie because I was the fat kid when I was 5. I had no idea who any of the players were. I hadn't so much as heard a whisper of Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo, or Miroslav Klose. My childhood was spent idolizing steroid-users and selfish baseball players.

There's no need to go into the technical aspects, mainly because it's all over my head and I have no idea WHY it's pretty, but WOW it's pretty. The gameplay LOOKS difficult because of the amount of skill moves available but if you can learn a decent set of 5 or 6 good moves you will do just fine on any difficulty.

Captain Your Country is amazing in both ease of use and enjoyability. There's a certain feeling of inclusion and a connection to the player you choose to be due to the competition of gaining the captain's armband.

The best aspect for me was the multiplayer. My wife and 6-year-old son are both very novice level gamers. EA's Two-Button Controls option very nearly eliminates the learning curve and allowed my wife to become comfortable with the game and learn the nuances until she was ready to step up to classic controls. My son feels like he is actually involved because pressing A will make the best available pass and pressing B will result in a shot that rarely misses the target.

I loved this game so much that I literally watched every single game of the World Cup and I am now obsessed with Manchester United and Wayne Rooney. This game is fun, easy to play, and isn't so technical that those unfamiliar with soccer will feel overwhelmed. And Clive Tildsley is the man!

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