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- Watch the crowds react to your performance - Goals and possession result in rousing chanting as momentum builds for your team but dips to a frustrated murmur if you're struggling
- Represent your club online against your rivals throughout the season in the F.A. Premier League, Bundesliga, French League or Mexican 1st Division
- Players jostle and collide realistically while trying to win balls; New ball physics accurately recreate bouncing, skidding and topspin
- Use the left analog stick to apply topspin or backspin to the ball for more creative set plays and finesse shots
- Experience a more sophisticated shooting mechanic that gives you greater control for pin-point accuracy
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FIFA Soccer 07 gives you the power to shape your club's destiny. Relish every scintillating victory over bitter rivals and fume through every gut-wrenching poor performance at home. Savor the spine-tingling stadium atmosphere, home and away, as your team battles their way up the league table. Listen as your supporters chant your players' names and bellow all the rousing club songs through rain and shine. From the first whistle of the season to heartbreak of cup failure, play your games according to the real-world schedule. Take to the pitch for the glory of your club. Goalkeeper intelligence is authentic, with true-to-life reactions and a greater variety of deflections and saves Enhanced Manager Mode - Real money, youth player development, press and fan reaction. Immerse yourself completely in the world of a football manager Play against up to eight friends in the FIFA 07 LOUNGE to determine your champion Features 27 leagues from 20 nations. Over 510 teams are accurately represented with correct kits and badges Never again miss any news with the ultimate sports ticker - Breaking news, live scores and results are delivered straight to your screen, 24/7
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EA has already released 2 previous FIFA's on the 360, Road to World Cup and the official World Cup game. They really ripped off buyers there eh?
Its Pro Evo's first next gen game and they have the great Master League Mode and although they dropped a couple of licences since number 5, its still fine.
I think that EA are basically trying to do as little as they can but silll manage mega-sales. The graphics are a step down from the World Cup version too.
Pro Evo's gameplay is still best and most reliable, but EA really managed to revolutionize FIFA with the new ball phyisics. Just a few niggles like player switching.
I recommend getting Pro Evo, or the last gen FIFA 2007 (PS2, XBox, etc).
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The first things I noticed was the lack of teams, the earlier reviewer was right, only 6 leagues, many countries have been left out much to my dissapointment, one of Fifas attributes was the fact it was licenced with all the leagues and teams throughout Europe and beyond, now we are left with a meagre 6 leagues, so immediately that killed a lot of my enthusiasm.
The gameplay still isn't there, the atmosphere feels very linear, not helped by only 4 camera angles, another let down...Then comes the skill levels, there is a huge difference between amature play amd semi pro, so much so in fact you'll be in limbo for a long time. The realism of players colliding is absurd as you find 2 players going for the ball at the same time simply bump off each other knocking them back a few paces, now call me cynical but i have yet to watch a soccer game were two opponents going for the same ball butt chests and take a few steps back before going back in...which actually leads me to my next point.
Tackling a major part of the game is devoid due to the fact every slide tackle you try to do will more than likely automatically give away a free kick or penalty 90% of the time, so that button is immediately withdrawn from my thumb as a useless tatic and addition, leaving only the X bottom to put your foot out the steal the ball.
The players likeness is left the imagination of someone who I can only assume has never seen any footballers in real life because most players don't have any or much similarity between the real life player and it's gaming counterpart.
The commentary on the other hand was great, Peter Brackley and Andy Gray cough up some good dialogue that isn't repetituve and one of the few points that actually adds to the game lacking nearly every other aspect of soccer.
There is no training mode to work out moves and practice special moves, which isn't really a problem cause there are very few special moves anyway and the spare right thumb control stick doesn't do anything helpful or special except stare lonely at you wishing it had a function in the game.
Overall this game has gotten worse over the last few years, but this years version has to be without doubt the worst yet. I have traded my game in already and I am waiting patiently on Winning soccer to make it's debut sometime in Feburary, from previous experience Winning Soccer has better gameplay, more moves and now it has more leagues than Fifa's poultry 6.
Please rent this game before buying, if after a few weeks your still playing it's probably for you and you can go out and buy it, but for all others a week is usally enough before you get to the point of sighing heavily hitting eject, getting back in your car with game in hand looking for a trade in.
Get back on track Fifa, you used to make really good soccer games, what Happened??