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2010 FIFA World Cup

Platform : Xbox 360
39 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0036TG51K
  • Item Weight: 27 g
  • Release Date: 30 April 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,410 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Xbox 360

  • Win the 2010 FIFA World Cup: Compete as one of 199 teams from qualification right through to a virtual reproduction of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final. Play in any of the 10 official stadiums that come to life with the pageantry and festivity of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
  • 2010 FIFA World Cup Online: The first-ever full and authentic 2010 FIFA World Cup online tournament. Compete as your favourite country against rivals in the group stage through the knockout rounds to be crowned 2010 FIFA World Cup champion. Navigate the Globe to locate top countries and opponents among all 199 participating nations.
  •  Spectacular Presentation: The 2010 FIFA World Cup comes to life in spectacular fashion with all the emotion and pageantry of the official tournament, including all 10 official licensed stadiums. Experience confetti cannons, streamers, giant banners, seat cards, flags and fireworks as if you were in South Africa.
  •  Battle Of The Nations: Represent your country in the 2010 FIFA World Cup online tournament against your rivals to win global supremacy. Earn individual and team points and prove your nation is the best. Every performance is rated, recorded and uploaded and your ratings all count towards player and nation leaderboards.
  •  Home & Away Tactics: CPU mimics international football by creating strategic, defensive formations for weaker teams playing away from home. Plus, weaker teams raise their level of play on their home pitch.
  •  Altitude Effects: Less air resistance at altitude means the ball travels faster and further. Plus, player will noticeably fatigue faster and their stamina challenged while playing in cities at higher elevations versus sea level.
  • Authentic Stadiums: Compete in all 10 official stadiums of 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Scott Radley on 1 May 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
i am a HUGE fan of the world cup and this game just adds up to the level of excitment of the real thing itself:

Gameplay
dont expect anything different here from fifa 10 most of it is the same apart from some new skills and some very strange celebrations! the only big difference this time round is the penelty shootouts, its allot more realistic with a composure meter with can make you tense as it could decide the game or even the cup!
if you played the euro's 2008 game you would notice that captin your counrty mode has come back which lets you create a player or if you created one on fifa 10 allows you to import it, the biggest down side to this is that if you import your virtual pro from fifa 10 it doesnt take your stats with it so you will have to be starting again! not much of a bummer to me but i can see this annoying some people

presentation
in my opionion i think it looks better than fifa 10, players look allot sharper and eviroments look more realistic and the cut scenes make it like a real match giving you that better atmosphere

sound
new commentators!!! martin tyler and andy gray have me really bored these days so its good to hear from andy townsend and clive tyldesley, the noise from the crowd is allot better and when the stadium is rocking it really makes the matches better

my verdict
if you love fifa but are getting a bit bored of fifa 10 and wouldnt mind something new before fifa 11 comes out then this is for you, if your short of money and are thinking weather or not have a think because even though i love fifa there are allot of good games coming out this may! but 2010 fifa world cup is a great fun and a really enjoyable game. unlike fifa 10 it makes you wanna give everything youve got in every match to make sure you get to that final and lift that trophy and i bet scoring a last minute goal in the final will give you a buzz! anyway hopes this helps people
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on 20 July 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
This game is simply the best football game ever.

Gameplay
The gameplay is very good. For me , players are very lifelike when running. Players who are fast are fast and players who are slow are slow. Also , the ball moves like it really does in proper professional matches.

There are 199 different international teams and they all have their real players. All ten world cup stadiums feature in the game. Unlike fifa 10 you really feel the emotion if you lose a really important match. You can play as a team from the real world cup or you could qualify. You can also choose your own selection of teams to play a world cup if you want to play as your country without qualifying.

If you are thinking about buying this game I highly recommend you to buy it.
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By Bill & Julie on 24 April 2015
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Well, personally I don't understand the attraction of playing football on screen instead of getting the real thing out......but then I didn't buy this for me, I bought it for my eight year old son and he loves it. It doesn't matter much that it isn't the newest "must have" version of FIFA , after all he is only eight.
EA certainly have invested a lot of time in developing this game and it shows, it is slick and is a well thought out game, and really doesn't show it's age.
Also, when you are paying only a fraction of what the newest version costs for this older version of the game, I believe you are getting excellent value for money.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tigra95 on 28 May 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
i've played FIFA games since the first on the mega drive,world cups of 98,2006 this version had in my opinion good graphics with cut scenes of the managers but I felt it was let down by the gameplay, in this version you have great graphics reallife player likeness with good cut scenes of the managers and of the fans that reflect their mood as to how your playing and a good atmosphere that captures the greatest show on earth, the game plays a bit diffrent from FIFA 10 ie crosses can now be scored from lobs on the goal keeper have been tightened up not so easy to score and new bar gadge system for penaltys that makes it harder to score and has a new two button play system that makes the game more accessible for first time players and still retains the classic controls for the more experienced player.the definitive wold cup game for all football fans of all ages a must have!!!
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A. Shoesmith on 4 May 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
yes yes yes, now lets get it out the way, THIS IS NOT JUST AN UPDATE FIFA 10 TO RIP PEOPLE OFF!

this is simply the best football game on any console, any version you will play.

This is soo in depth authentic and just massive that it could not just be DLC for £15-£20. This is a brand new football game in its own right, and should be treated like that.

The most important thing about any footy game is the actual gameplay, and this is the best part about 2010 World Cup. It is spot on.

It removes every annoying thing that fifa 10 had, from offsides all the time, and in turn players movements are better, the players in the middle and general build up play can be smooth and you feel you have time on the pitch to execute passing play. It improves player likeness's, pitches, stadia everything. I have scored screamers, tap in's, flukes, and uploaded them to fifa online hub. It is better than fifa 10. The AI is so perfect this time around. I hate playing AI on football games, but this is the first time it feels real and authentic.
If you play a weaker team they are indeed weaker, stronger team are stronger. Sounds simply but for me they have never got it right until now. Online play is smooth, fun and brill.

I have played as everyone, from Honduros to England, Wales, Cameroon etc. I am currently Ecudor.
I can beat the bigger team even though I am say Wales, the online world cup, is just fantastic, must have been through it about 20 times now, lol, but its just so absorbing, realistic. I have yet to win the online world cup, and so far really have avoided being the bigger teams for a challenge, and its enjoyable, it really is.

You can do captain your country, a be like a pro mode, with up to four mates on a local 360.
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