Demo: EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

 

2010 FIFA World Cup™ South AfricaContent: EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Demo
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Dash Text: EA SPORTS™ celebrates the single largest sporting event on the planet with the only official and exclusively licensed videogame for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Experience all the emotion and passion of the world’s fiercest national rivalries as you live the dream of competing against friends from around the world for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™. Take on the challenge of leading your home nation from qualification right through to a virtual re-creation of the final with all the pageantry, drama and excitement of the official tournament.

 

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Comments

  • Exu

    inb4 inevitable flame war over soccer football and American football.

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  • sc00termcg33

    Woo! You mean I can pay for Fifa 10 again?!?!?

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  • Venom V73

    Nice, I’ll have to check it out.

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  • SilentHunter382

    Oh this isn’t going to end well.
    ——————–
    Especially if a person from a certain country says that they are going to win the world cup.

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  • Oh baby 1994

    I am American and not a soccer fan, but the demo is awesome!!

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  • Exu

    ROONEY!

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  • chiruno99

    I’ve never followed Football, don’t really show any interest.

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  • Abe

    Already got FIFA 10 for the 360, I may look into this for a portable system if it gets favorable reviews. Looks great, but I do not need 2 Footie games in a year for the same console.

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  • Velete

    Does it come with starving africans hoarding the stadium grounds?
    Spent some time their recently visitng a family member who is has been their for years on various charity projects, general consensus is that its totally unwanted by the actual people ( money better spent on MANY other things )

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  • rezzo 19th

    The demo is awesome, but too short.

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  • Tahmer

    I’d rather play Rugby. Where’s all the Rugby games at?

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  • DjFIL

    The demo is really good, it’s been a long while since I bought an EA FIFA game (latest soccer/football i’ve been playing is PES on the Wii)… but a FIFA game with only National teams and still a full price title, isn’t worth it in my books. Maybe if it was $40 then I’d go for it. Oh well, maybe FIFA 11 I’ll check out when it arrives. And I do agree… I want a Rugby game (league and union rules in one if possible) and a Cricket game with IPL too.

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  • ForAllTheCows83

    Any actual gameplay differences between this and Fifa 10?

    I only play live and exhibition matches, so maybe this isn’t worth getting.

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  • Jonah Falcon

    One major diff is the way shootouts are handled. You have complete freedom of movement and aiming, every player “feels” difference, and there’s a confidence meter.

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  • Veive257

    Saturday, April 10th is the last day for Bioware’s free loot:

    http://social.bioware.com/brc/1688078

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  • shaz73

    Enjoyed the demo but i wish i was able to choose england.

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  • TomH83

    How the hell do whoever it is that make football and sports games in general get away with churning out the same (slightly updated) games time and time again?

    http://uk-xbox-gamer.blogspot.com/

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  • Glenn ZA

    I’ve played the demo and it has not captured me the way FIFA 10 did.
    Two biggish releases for a soccer game in one year could be a bit much?

    Possibly should have brought the World Cup out with FIFA 10… *grins*

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  • HUM CHEE

    The demo isn’t too bad.

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  • Exu

    I thought this was terrible. I found it hard to control and it looks like an original Xbox game.

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