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    Reviews - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Xbox 360

    As the World Cup nears, EA Sports unleashes its official game of the tournament.
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    Re: Reviews - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Xbox 360

    Fifa Doesnt really need selling to me as i love it anyway, but you did a pretty good job of making me that little bit more excited

    getting it tomorrow 110% Now, i was only at 99.9% before the review ....

    Although im getting it for PS3

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    Re: Reviews - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Xbox 360

    Quote Originally Posted by Steve A View Post
    Fifa Doesnt really need selling to me as i love it anyway, but you did a pretty good job of making me that little bit more excited

    getting it tomorrow 110% Now, i was only at 99.9% before the review ....

    Although im getting it for PS3
    FIFA 10 is the one game that I play at least every other day. This really is that bit better. Still not perfect, but just totally essential for the World Cup. I can't wait for the summer!

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    Re: Reviews - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Xbox 360

    wasn't too excited about this, i love fifa of course but was feeling a bit wary it being national teams only etc. and was thinking they couldn't have done that much to it...then i played it

    i am literally blown away by how much they've improved the game, its amazing!
    the best way to describe it is the game feels more..complete..scoring goals or even tackling and passing around feels more accomplished, no more pushing a button and it working out - its sublime

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    Re: Reviews - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Xbox 360

    The big question here is: Does 2010 FIFA World Cup warrant a purchase when you’re probably already playing FIFA 10? If you're planning on watching the World Cup, if you love football and if you love FIFA, it's an essential purchase. It's the best FIFA game yet, it's just absolutely brilliant and it captures the spirit and passion of the World Cup with some style.
    *Takes out credit card*

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    Re: Reviews - 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Xbox 360

    Quote Originally Posted by Steven Williamson
    while the cameras flash across to emotional managers during tense moments, which ass that extra bit of passion into the matches.
    I smiled

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