Games Review: Fifa 10
DS, PC, PSP, PS2, Wii,
Xbox 360, £29.99 – £49.99
Friday 02 October 2009
Once again, the annual battle is upon us, and after a convincing victory last time around, EA Sports proves that it won’t give up its crown easily to Konami’s PESseries. Fifa 10 is not a complete overhaul of last year’s excellent title, but instead a refined and improved version – some of the many changes include the addition of 360-degree control and more realistic jostling for the ball, and allwork together to produce the most lifelike football experience ever seen in a game.
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