I rented this thinking it was going to be a regular soccer game (like fifa), but i was wrong, you play 5v5. This is similar to the Fifa Street game, but its just bad. Controls are awful. I hate the fact that u have to charge a little bar to get a perfect kick. because if u just tap the shooting button, it will make a bad shot and the goalie will always catch it.
Graphics are mediocre at best. and i found myself losing almost every game.
Another thing is that this game kept freezing. And im pretty sure it was a problem with the game because i have two ps3 (a 1st gen, and a slim) at my house and i played on both and the same thing happened on both systems. It would freeze after i finished a game.
Overall i dont think this is even worth a rent. Get fifa street instead even though that game is also bad. At least its better than this one.
So as an avid gamer, and avid fifa and PES fan, i decided to pick this game up, after my initial shock of dated graphics, i began my challenge for the number one spot. The game itself unfortunately is aimed at the American audience (being an Englishman myself) its supposed to be a simple, fun, quick experience of what soccer 'is'. UNFORTUNATELY Ubi got this wrong with a clunky control scheme that just doesn't have that fifa charm or that PES finesse. Although the concept of the game is actually a good one, why not bring the prison rule still football back, although fifa street 1-2 may of been slightly executed better, this game is still pretty solid, with plenty to do for challenges to unlock new players, why i gave it a six was this is ubi second attempt at a football game and its not bad, its not a leader but its OK. I enjoy the 3-5min games to relax from other games that take pure concentration, the power bar is in all new fifa and pro games this year so enjoy that wen u stick the new games in. IMO this game is worth a rent but mayb not a buy