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If you are a soccer fan then the FIFA 10 Playstation 3 game is just for you. With intense and more realistic game play, this soccer video game brings you right down to the soc...Read more
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If you are a soccer fan then the FIFA 10 Playstation 3 game is just for you. With intense and more realistic game play, this soccer video game brings you right down to the soccer pitch. With real-life offensive and defensive tactics and hard-to-beat goalkeepers, this soccer video game gives you a competitive yet exciting gameplay. Besides this, with accurate ball control, pr�cise free kicks and strategic set plays, this Playstation 3 game allows you to develop your own soccer style. Additionally the FIFA 10 also features an improved Manager mode, and a Virtual Pro feature, making it all the more versatile. Moreover, with a 360-degree player control, realistic characters and smooth animation, the FIFA 10 gives you an enjoyable and great soccer experience.

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PublisherElectronic Arts
GameFIFA 10
MPNP2F10
EAN5030930077983, 5030936077987, 5030943077987

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PlatformSony PlayStation 3
GenreSports

Tech Details
Control ElementsDual Shock Controller
Number of Players7
Released Year2009
FeaturesHDTV Support, With Memory Support
Output Signal Supported720p
PEGI Age RatingAge 3+
PEGI Content RatingPEGI Online
OnlineYes
Region CodePAL
Game SeriesFIFA

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FIFA 10 (PS3 (Playstation 3)) Video Game
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Great Value For Money, Would Deffonately Recommend!

 | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Created: 05/06/11
Realism – it's a term often bandied around when talking about football games and each year we've heralded the annual crop as the most faithful take on the sacred sport yet. We probably said it first back in 1988 with Microprose Soccer, the top-down game that formed the template for Sensible Soccer, and no doubt we all said it again a couple of years later when Kick Off 2 was released. In 1995 it was International Superstar Soccer that wowed with its authenticity, only for its successor, Pro Evolution, to deliver a template that was so exacting in its representation of the sport that its games offered an almost eerie verity.

FIFA 10 makes a mockery of their pretentions, showing at once how far videogames have come in 10 years and how far FIFA has come from its days as a critical kick-bag. It's astounding in its depiction of the big game, its matches flowing with all the drama, grace and random action of the real deal. This is football as you know and love it, and it's an absolute joy to play.

FIFA 10 is a culmination of the efforts poured into the franchise since it made the leap to the current generation, efforts that have helped it leapfrog Konami's Pro Evolution Soccer and become the premier football game these past couple of years. If FIFA 08 and 09 were statements of intent, then this is the killing blow, and it's going to take something extraordinary for anything to come close to this for some time to come.

So what's changed this time round? The additions for FIFA 10 are small but numerate, and features that might seem petty on paper all conspire together to create an experience that, after time, feels far removed from last year's game. The headline improvement is no doubt the 360-degree dribbling, freeing players from the eight-point axis that's previously constrained them and allowing for more flexible football.

But it's the subtler, less headline-worthy tweaks that make all the difference to the game. There's more urgency to the way players behave, whether that's defenders changing their positioning in reaction to the flow of the game, an attacking player showing more nous in their off-the-ball run or someone making a desperate lunge to keep the ball in play.

Tie this in with improved ball physics, wherein lofted and through balls are more reliable than ever before, and it results in a game that behaves exactly as you'd expect a real game of football to play out. This fidelity conversely makes FIFA 10 easier to play, and more importantly it's much more enjoyable than previous FIFAs. Whereas the realism of FIFA 09 was often stilted by inconsistencies, here it's a more cohesive and coherent whole, with the journey started by EA Sports with FIFA 07 now feeling complete.
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Nice game

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Created: 09/10/11
EA Sports' FIFA series has improved dramatically over the last few years, finally bringing the gameplay up to the same standard as its glittering presentation. With FIFA 10, the developer has produced the best game in the series to date, thanks to incredibly fluid 360-degree player control, improved animation and realistic opponent AI. This year's game also introduces a revitalised Manager mode and a brand-new Virtual Pro feature, allowing you to put yourself in the game and unlock new abilities across nearly every game mode. The result is an unparalleled game of football, whether you're playing a quick game with your mates or sitting in the manager's chair over several seasons.
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is in order

 | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Created: 17/03/12
ortunately, in FIFA 10, however, is much more positive than negative elements. Once you swallow the bitter pill linked to the average quality graphics, the game starts to like it. It's hard not to appreciate its positive aspects, especially after I played the part of the previous one. Developers have spent many hours monitoring all the fansites forums and talking with players, in order to catch all possible errors and to find out what players expect from the title. Strongly paid off, because the end result is to be applauded. Fixed all major bugs FIF 09, so we get finally the product objectively good, and not just good by comparison to its predecessors and competitors.

The first thing that draws your eye is corrected AI players, and it all. Now behave really well and can rely on the football players run through the computer, while opponents fear. This can be seen most strongly in bramkarzach who years ago did not imparted even to the league backyard. Number of rags, which transmits was quite frightening. Fortunately, it has already ended. They can "predict" the behavior of an opponent and respond appropriately to the situation, and often take out a ball of light gates. Of course, there are still the screeches, but rather are related to their current condition or coefficients. Similarly is and the rest of the players. Thus there is no longer so many peculiar situation, and decreased the amount burned, because the players stopped running "to smoke", and started to pay attention to their positions.
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Very Frustrating x

 | No, I wouldn't recommend this product.
Created: 10/04/13
I Played The Demo Prior To Release & I Was Reasonably Impressed. However, I Firstly Want To Make Clear That THIS GAME IS NOTHING LIKE THE DEMO.

The Problem With This Game, In My Opinion, Is To Do With Two Things, The First Is That There Isn't A Difficulty Level That Suits Someone Who Is Able To Play The Computer Reasonably Aggressively But, On The Other Hand, Is Not One Of The Die-Hards You Might Happen To Meet Online Who Will Beat You 10-0 Every Time.

On Professional Difficulty, It Is Too Easy To Rob The Computer Of The Ball (Particularly The Last Defender), But At The Same Time It Is Simply Too Much Of A Toil To Score. Many Reviewers Say You Have To Pass The Ball & Work An Opening, But I Have To Say That Even Doing This Results In A Very Frustrating Experience. I Only Play 5 Minute Halves & I Regularly Find That I Can Play Two Or Three Matches In Succession Without Managing To Score. If I Do, Then It Is Invariably Due To The "Robbing The Last Defender" Scenario, Which Isn't A Very Satisfying Way To Score.

Increasing The Difficulty To World Class Results In A More Challenging Defensive Experience, But The Computer's Defensive Capability Becomes Spitefully Hard. You Get Nanoseconds To Decide What To Do When You Have The Ball, You Cannot Outrun Opposition Defenders, Passes Around The Edge Of The Penalty Area Whilst Trying To "Work The Openings" Are Almost Always Snuffed Out & The Computer Seems To Be Able To Hold Your Players Off When You Challenge For The Ball - Something You Do Not Seem To Have The Option To Do When In Possession Yourself.

The Second Issue Is Perhaps Most Frustrating Of All. After Having Persevered & Battled Through The Above Spiteful Frustrations & You'll Find Yourself Bearing Down On Goal, The Shooting System Totally Lets You Down, Also Despite The Fact The Goal Is 18 Feet Wide, Every Shot Seems To Be Fired Straight At The 3 Foot Window Either Side Of The Goalkeeper, Regardless Of Where You Push The Stick. On The Replays It's Clear That Even When You Score, The Ball Goes Under The Keeper's Arm Or Under His Body; The Ball Rarely Flies Into The Part Of The Goal That Is Out Of His Reach.

So When You Eventually Bear Down On Goal, The Keepers Make Unlikely Point Blank Range Blocks More Frequently Than Is Perhaps Realistic Or Fair (Given The Effort You Have Put In To Get Into That Position). The Only Reliable Way To Score Is To Build Up Your Attack To Such An Extent That You Are Squaring The Ball For A Teammate To Tap-In To An Open Goal. To Do This Is Particularly Hard & When Playing 5 Minute Halves You Will Find Yourself Grinding Out 0-0 Draws On A Regular Basis.

This Is A Game. It's Played For Enjoyment After A Tough Day At Work & I Think EA Have Hardened To The Hardcore In Making This Unfairly Difficult & Frustrating To The Point That A Goal No Longer Brings Enjoyment. It Simply Takes The Edge Off The Boiling Annoyance That Has Built Up Inside You From Being Persistently Outwitted By The Computer Through Jaw-Dropping Unfair AI.

Unfortunately PES 2010 Didn't Look Too Good Either For Different Reasons. It's Disappointing There Are No Challenging But Ultimately Rewarding Football Games Out This Year.
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Awesome

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Created: 24/08/11
The game was splendid. of course we're one year late with fifa 10's release nearly 2 years ago but i plays as if it was released yesterday. graphics are stunning. gameplay is awesome and the new features such as Virtual Pro and Game Face really make the game just that much better.
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