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FIFA 2006 - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Everyone
18 customer reviews
Metascore: 62 / 100
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  • Battle your rivals as Midfield General, using physical play and on-the-ball skill - All-new tackling, dribbling, and shielding moves put you in complete control on the pitch
  • More than 20 leagues, 10,000 world-class players, and the latest 2005-2006 statistics
  • Experience all-new multimedia videos highlighting soccer's golden moments, history, and heritage
  • Determine the fate of your club in the 15-year Career mode - Control club budgets, manage your coaching staff, set tactical formations -- or search the transfer market for potential stars of the future
  • With the all-new FIFA Lounge, you'll play offline and set up competitions with up to 8 players to determine the ultimate champion - high-ranking teams earn special rewards they can use to gain an edge in the next match
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FIFA Soccer 06 delivers unprecedented combination of attacking gameplay, complete customization, and pure authenticity. It goes way past a game, giving you the total soccer experience. The gameplay lets you control every move with pinpoint accuracy, enabling you to pass, shoot, and tackle with more responsiveness. Off the pitch, you'll sign sponsors, monitor the transfer market, and buy players as you discover the stars of tomorrow. Featuring the most comprehensive line-up of licensed leagues, players, and kits from around the world, FIFA Soccer 06 dominates the pitch like never before. Use the total customizing tools to shape the game -- design a star from scratch, customizing everything from passing abilities to appearance and body-type New Team Management options let you set each aspect of the game, to fit your individual playing style

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  • ASIN: B0009WPZNQ
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.5 x 0.5 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 8, 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,755 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Ian C. Munger on November 22, 2006
Format: Video Game
This game is even worse than the Road to the World Cup from 2002. I have been playing FIFA soccer games since World Cup 98 was out on the Sega Genesis. This is by far the worst of all of them. I would rather play FIFA 98 on Sega than this game on 360.

The game play is terrible: passing is unpredictable, players IQ on your own team is subpar, and shooting is impossible.

The description for this game on Amazon is not for this game, b/c you can only play with international teams on this game, there are no club teams or career modes.

By far, this game is terrible, and if I were worried about the money I spent on this game, I would complain to Amazon, EA, and Xbox 360. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME FOR ANY REASON. FIFA World Cup 2006 is a great game with great gameplay. Please do yourself a favor and buy it instead.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Spencer M. Johnson on June 22, 2006
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You are better off buying Fifa World Cup 2006...The accual World cup soccor game. I made the mistake of buying Road to the world cup. You don't play in the world cup on this one!! Also you dont get the new jerseys for the teams. Once I realized I had the wrong game I immediately retuned Road to the world cup. I bought Fifa World Cup 2006, and the game is awesome! New jerseys and the Cutscenes are astounding. Refs are just as hard as the ones in the real world cup. It adds to the realism. Playing the game with friends always is fun too. (especially on a plasma!) All in all, Im telling you that the Fifa World Cup 2006 is your best bet. Not Road to the world cup. Dont make the mistake I did and get them confused.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By H. Holder on March 27, 2006
Format: Video Game
This game is Fifa 2006 Road to World Cup and is similar to Fifa 2002 Road to World Cup in that it is a mini game release that EA has been doing recently. Its just about the World Cup so there are no Leagues or career mode only the World Cup play mode. Amazon's description is for Fifa Soccer 2006 (PC & PS2) that game has 10000+ player and 20+ leagues and a 15 year career mode. That being said, this game is not worth $60 and as with 2002 RTWC it will probably cost alot less after the world cup is over in July
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Foskin on May 7, 2006
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FIFA 06: Road to FIFA World Cup is not a yearly FIFA title, but rather a game based on the World Cup qualifying process. It's a pretty safe assumption that the main reason this direction was chosen by EA Canada is because of limited time available to make the 360's launch. The end result is a game that loses many potential features in the online space, as well as some basic modes like Season/Franchise (only international teams). However, if you just want to play the sport in question, FIFA 06: RTFWC can provide a decent experience.

In the game, you pick an international team - there are 72 total - and go about the qualifying tournament that leads to the FIFA World Cup. A standard Tournament mode that takes place in non-World Cup style is also available, but the most interesting (and the only "meat" of the game) is the World Cup qualifying. Other than the tournament modes, the only other game types available are a Friendly Match and a Practice Session - both of which are pretty self-explanatory. One little cool addition to FIFA on the Xbox 360 is the loading screen at the start of the game. As you're waiting for a game to load (or just thinking about what you want to play), you can play around in a futuristic stadium with your preferred team. It's honestly kind of a throwaway feature, but it's still cool to mess around while you wait, nonetheless.

Overall, the game plays better than previous versions, and it provides a fairly enjoyable match of soccer. The EA Canada team was able to get the game running at 60fps, which not only looks great, but also allows for a whole new level of animation for the players. This pace translates to every aspect of a game, whether it's a frantic situation in front of the net or a dramatic corner kick.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Bakehorn on December 5, 2005
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Soccer isn't the American sport. For whatever reason, it's never been the huge craze that football, basketball, or baseball have been in the 'States despite being the biggest and most popular sport everywhere else in the world. Because of that soccer video games are still a big market. With FIFA 06, I think soccer fans can find a little to appreciate but for the rest of us, this title won't make you fall head-over-heels for the sport.

FIFA 06 on the Xbox 360 isn't loaded with a lot of features, which has been a reoccurring trend on EA Sport's launch lineup. It's disappointing, because there are really only two or three gameplay modes, with Road to the FIFA World Cup being the primary selection. This is a very basic franchise mode where you'll take your favorite soccer team through qualifications, tournaments, and eventually the 2006 World Cup in Germany. The franchise options, like stat-tracking and such, are pretty much the same thing you've seen in every sports game and there really isn't much to set RTTFWC apart from the crowd.

On the pitch, it's the controls that will feel awkward to first-time players, much like everything else in the game. FIFA 06 controls very slowly while maintaining a realistic feel that soccer gamers will appreciate. As one of those first-timers, I wish it had been sped up, because it seems like it takes ages just to run down-field, even when you're not passing the ball around to othter players. On defense, tackling and sliding both pretty intuitive and it feels very realistic to slide in front of the attacker, intercepting the ball from him. While attacking, I felt that the kicking controls were a little too basic--it didn't matter if I'd tap or hold the kick button, it seemed like my player would send the ball to Russia and back either way.
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