FIFA ’10 Review

Posted on: 21/10/2009

by Jamie Leighton

FIFA ’10 Review

Last season’s surprise package, FIFA ’09, saw EA Sport’s trophy cabinet bulging with silverware in the form of gaming awards by the end of the season. Instead of resting on its glory, for FIFA ’10, EA Sports has adopted a new technique for improving on FIFA ’09’s success, rummaging through e-mails and online message boards and for once listening to the views of its fans.

The first-ever true 360-degree dribbling system means that the likes of Messi, Ronaldinho and Ronaldo no longer feel as if they are running on rails, while improved defensive positioning and goalkeeper intelligence gives you some faint hope of stopping them.

Relive or rewrite history with ‘My Live Season’, which applies real-life team selections, injuries and suspensions to your matches, or indulge your inner Alex Ferguson with the revamped ‘Manager Mode’. You can almost bathe in the usual great finishing of the ‘FIFA franchise’ – all the right players, kits and stadiums, plus the lower leagues and commentary from Sky Sports veterans Martin Tyler and Andy Gray. To sum up FIFA ’10 in a sentence, EA Sports has delivered arguably the best computer game version of the beautiful game yet. Tickaboo, son.


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