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FIFA Soccer 09 - Playstation 3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • 250 additions and enhancements to core gameplay
  • Live Season - Dynamic update of player information in-game that mirrors real-life performances. Leagues included - English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, French Ligue 1 Orange, German Bundesliga, Italian Serie A and Mexican Primera Division.Be A Pro - 10 vs 10 Online Team Play
  • Custom Team Tactics Become a first-team coach with the power to tune and balance 11 tactical sliders for 140 attacking and 40 defending options (more than 50,000 combinations). Save your tactics to make strategic decisions to exploit your opponent's weaknesses during the game. Plus, share your strategies with friends online
  • Be A Pro - Seasons Pick or create a professional player and test your football ability over a four season campaign
  • Improved Goalkeeper Intelligence - Goalkeepers position themselves more intelligently, react to shots more realistically and recover from saves faster
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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001AZ7RJQ
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: October 14, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,729 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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Platform: PlayStation 3

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Lace up your cleats, strap on your shin guards and step onto the pitch to play professional soccer your way in FIFA Soccer 09. Fine tuned to take advantage of the advanced processing power of Next-Generation gaming consoles, through FIFA 09 players will experience the most authentic soccer simulation EA Sports has ever delivered on the PlayStation 3 as you live the fantasy of playing as a professional footballer on the rise in the international leagues and customize your game to suit your evolving style and abilities.

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The Next Generation of FIFA
Powered by the third generation of the EA Sports' soccer engine, FIFA 09 features more than 250 core gameplay additions and enhancements that deliver the most responsive, intelligent and realistic action ever for the series. Enjoy turning defenders with more controlled dribbling and ball control, snapping off precision shots with improved first-time shooting mechanics and firing beautifully timed passes with greater accuracy, placing the ball exactly where you want it. With new player momentum physics the speed and weight of the player determines everything from the distance of a slide tackle and the power of a header to the severity of player collisions and the height of a player's jump. Plus, players now behave according to their physical attributes with larger, stronger players dominating collisions, battles for control of the ball, and position in challenges for two player headers.

Custom Team Tactics
FIFA Soccer 09 features new Custom Team Tactics that gives you all the tools to become a first-team coach. For the first time, go inside the game engine to customize the positioning and support play of your teammates and decide exactly how your team will play in any situation. Now you are the player, coach and manager. You have the power to adjust and customize tactical settings so CPU players and your team perform just like the real-world team plays or how you think it should play. Save your tactics and then make strategic decisions to exploit your opponent's weaknesses, all on-the-fly.

Key Game Features:

  • Polished, Refined Gameplay - Featuring 250 additions and enhancements to core gameplay, including new animation technology that creates more responsive first-time shooting and passing, faster and more controlled dribbling, and improved trapping, and new player momentum physics that delivers realistic player collisions, authentic jostling for the ball, and more variation in tackling.
  • Custom Team Tactics - Become a first-team coach with the power to tune and balance 11 tactical sliders for 140 attacking and 40 defending options (more than 50,000 combinations) so CPU players and your team perform just like the real-world team or how you think the real team should play. Save your tactics to make strategic decisions to exploit your opponent’s weaknesses during the game. Plus, share your strategies with friends online*.
  • Be A Pro: Seasons - Pick or create a professional player and test your soccer ability over a four season campaign. Master a single position and develop your skills -- passing, shooting, positioning, marking -- to ultimately become a national legend.
  • Be A Pro: 10 vs 10 Online Team Play - Create your own team of up to 10 friends all playing fixed outfield positions to challenge rival teams of up to 10 players. Instead of thinking as an individual player now you have to think and play as a team.
  • Improved Goalkeeper Intelligence - Goalkeepers position themselves more intelligently, react to shots more realistically and recover from saves faster.
  • Customized Controllers - Create your own bespoke controller configuration, save it and even take it online effortlessly. Assign actions to the buttons exactly how you like them for complete control.
  • Multiplayer Options - Local multiplayer supports 2-7 players; PlayStation Network supports 2-20 players.
Career Mode - 'Be A Pro: Seasons'
Live the fantasy of a professional soccer player through the popular feature innovation - 'Be A Pro' - now expanded to include a career mode. 'In Be A Pro: Seasons' you pick or create a professional player and then develop his skills at a single outfield position over a period of time. Your ultimate is to become an international legend, but will you do it with your home club or take your game on to the road? The choice is yours in FIFA Soccer 09.

Lifelike Player Reactions
Soccer matches are filled with a myriad of sounds, gestures and emotions. Until now this firsthand experience has been missing from video game simulations, but FIFA Soccer 09 brings the richness of the world's game to life with its lifelike player reaction system. Through this, players on your squad react to the events on the pitch, both through gestures and in their native tongues. These can be emotional responses like complaints about a call, or about the way the game is unfolding, but they can also be directional, such as indicating that a player is offsides, calling for a ball/directing where it should be passsed and waving off a defensive assignment. Not only does this smart cooperative AI help you in the field, but it also injects soul into a game loved by millions around the world and one it is you task to conquer in FIFA 09.

* Broadband connection required for online play via the PlayStation Network (PSN).

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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid Game October 24, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I am not a hardcore gamer, but I love Soccer video games. When I was using my PS2 (stopped a couple of years ago), I bought into the hype of the Winning Eleven/PES series, and definitely enjoyed the games. Due to the conventional wisdom of the hardcore players out there, I avoided FIFA like the plague. Fast forward to now, and I have a PS3. I was itching to get a Soccer game, and figured I'd skip the '08 editions and wait for the '09 editions. FIFA '09 was released first instead of PES '09, so I jumped on it.

Not having played any recent-generation Soccer games, I can't quite compare it all that much to recent games, but I have been having a ball (no pun intended) playing FIFA '09. Gameplay probably isn't perfect, but it seems great to me. Everything is smooth, no choppiness, graphics are good, and it is simply a fun game to play. Passing, crossing, shooting, etc. are all pretty quick to get the hang of. Of course, I have a lot more work to do to get all of the gameplay down.

Frankly, I am in heaven having all of the big leagues and international teams, with the correct players, kits, etc. What I had to go through to get any level of team/player realism with Winning Eleven on the PS2... (we all know they don't have most of the licenses compared with the FIFA series). With FIFA '09, I can power up, choose Manchester United against AC Milan, and have Rooney, Ronaldo, etc. going up against Pirlo, Nesta, etc. with no issue. La Liga, Premiership, Serie A, and more. I love it.

There are a ton of advanced options and features that I won't go into such as seasons, online, etc., but if you have the time and passion for it, I am sure there is plenty to sink your teeth into with this game.

All in all, I am very pleased with FIFA '09, and have cancelled my preorder for PES '09 for the PS3. Good work EA Sports.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Back to its old self! October 20, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've been playing FIFA since it first came out in the early '90's. Here in the states, FIFA was always the benchmark for football/soccer games, and it never let down because the games were great and had the whole football/soccer experience. The only or major gripe football/soccer diehards like me had was that you couldn't do player transfers. You had to wait until Pro Evolution Soccer/Winning Eleven came to the states. At around the same time that FIFA added the feature of being able to make player transfers, Winning Eleven/PES came to the states. FIFA was still great and maybe still the king, but now it had to compete and deal with the other big "player" in the football/soccer video games genre. FIFA put out some games that were just ok, missing a special something that I can't pinpoint while Winning Eleven/PES was putting out masterpieces until FIFA 2008 and PES 2008. With FIFA 2008, it seems FIFA was starting to get back on track and with 2009 it's back to its old self. I don't know what happened to PES 2008, but I guess they became complacent. PES 2008 was ok or maybe a little less than ok. Being used to Winning Eleven/PES high standards and works of art, I know a lot of us felt let down by PES 2008. FIFA 09 is a masterpiece while there's still room for some little improvement, but even the best video games, the ones that get perfect 10 or almost perfect reviews, have room for improvement. I haven't played every mode, yet, but be a pro and general manager modes are amazing. The way you can create a player and have him play for several seasons trying to accomplish some "goals" set by his team in order to be noticed and called by his national team and to be transfered to the big clubs in Europe is amazing. Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Plenty of Improvements, Same Old Problems October 16, 2008
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
FIFA '09 isn't a game of revolution but evolution. Anyone who played FIFA '08 will be right at home with the interface and graphics of the game but discover changes upon diving deeper into the game.

The graphics remain largely unchanged from FIFA '08. To it's discredit EA hasn't improved visuals in the stadiums and has neglected several larger venues altogether, instead opting for generic backgrounds. I was sorely disappointed to find when playing a huge rivalry match of Barcelona vs. Real Madrid at Camp Nou, the stadium was awash in generic colors. There was the odd red jersey here or there but nothing striking. Disappointing considering this was an issue raised by the fans in the last several FIFA games.

There are positive notes in the graphics department, however. First the "shiny" look of players from FIFA '08 is gone. Player animations have improved and are smoother. Also included for the first time is the ability to control player celebrations with some simple button presses after scoring a goal. Cartwheels, running slides, and more subtle celebrations help immerse the player into the game.

On the gameplay front things are much better. Ball physics are greatly improved over '08 and the ball doesn't feel as magnetic as it once did. To EA's credit the controls are completely customizable so everyone can tune the buttons to their individual preference. I did notice some that on the higher difficulty levels the game can still cheaply score or miraculously tackle the ball every time.

As usual the soundtrack to FIFA offers a unique, wide ranging sampling of music from different corners of the planet. It's always enjoyable discovering new artists first in FIFA and adding their tracks to my iPod.
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5.0 out of 5 stars It was a hit as a gift
I chose a 5 star because this was the perfect gift for my nephew. He is a soccer player and loves this game when he's not doing the real thing.
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I think this is one of the best of Fifa games out there, I didn't like EA's SouthAfrica WorldCup as much as I liked this one.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hands down the best sports game on the PS3
Short and sweet review here...this is the best sports game on the PS3. The competition is really lacking, I know...but this is just a flat out fun game. Read more
Published on February 3, 2010 by Jack
2.0 out of 5 stars silly game
The game came to the market with faults. Sometimes, the goalkeeper acts in a stupid way: He tends to move away from his position. Read more
Published on January 28, 2010 by Jason
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best Soccer Games So Far!!
At the time this review was written, Fifa 10 was released.

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Published on November 22, 2009 by Byong J. Jun
5.0 out of 5 stars amazing game
I had never played any FIFA's before, just PES, but that game is much better than this. Really nice. We loved the game.
Published on October 17, 2009 by Paulo C. B. Queiroz
5.0 out of 5 stars Very nice!!!
Very good game, great graphics and it's so much fun!!! I'm 100% satisfied with this purchase. Recomend to all soccer fans.
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