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FIFA 07 (Nintendo DS)

by Electronic Arts
Nintendo DS
 Ages 3 and Over
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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  • EXCLUSIVE TO NDS: Cheer your team to glory by creating customized chants with your voice and authentic sound effects. Play it back on demand. The new Touch Run feature allows you to send offensive players on precise runs for more creative and dangerous corner kicks and throw-ins.
  • FOOTBALL EMOTION: 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.
  • IMPROVED GAMEPLAY: Passing and positioning have all been enhanced. Players jostle and collide realistically while trying to win balls. New ball physics accurately recreate bouncing, skidding and topspin. Signature moves and playing styles for the stars have been authentically captured.
  • SET PLAYS: Use the left analogue stick to apply topspin or backspin to the ball for more creative set plays and finesse shots.
  • NEW SHOOTING MECHANICS: Experience a more sophisticated shooting mechanic that gives you greater control for pin-point accuracy.
  • ADVANCED GOALKEEPER AI: Goalkeeper intelligence is authentic, with true-to-life reactions and a greater variety of deflections and saves.
  • SUPERSTAR CHALLENGE: Elevate your game to superstar status by replicating great performances by the game's biggest stars in the most exciting matches.
  • MINI-GAMES: Perfect your shooting skills in Wall Attack, where you shoot out blocks to take down the wall and boost your players' attributes for later use during the season in Manager Mode. An enhanced Juggling mini-game also affects player performance in Manager Mode.
  • COMPLETE AUTHENTICITY: FIFA 07 features 27 leagues from 20 nations. Over 510 teams are accurately represented with kits and badges.
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Nintendo DS
  • Media: Video Game

Product details

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  • ASIN: B000HG1H0Y
  • Release Date: 29 Sept. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 18,277 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Amazon.co.uk Review

In a nutshell:
It’s the game football fans wait all year for and to usher in the next generation EA Sports have given FIFA its biggest revamp in years, changing not just the way it looks but the way it plays in what aims to be the ultimate marriage of realism and fun.

The lowdown:
Every new FIFA game gets its expected improvements in graphics and presentation but this year the success of Pro Evolution Soccer seems to have driven EA to concentrate just as much on the gameplay. As such the game features better passing, crossing and free kicks as well as greatly improved goalkeepers. There’s also a new "finesse" shot if you get the time and space to use it, while every kick is calculated in terms of space, composure and technique so that it’s accuracy is determined by exactly what’s happening on the pitch and not just some random factor. Add in completely new ball physics, more than 510 teams, 27 leagues, 4,000 licensed players and all new international crowd reactions and you’ve got EA’s most concerted attempt yet to make the definitive football game.

Most exciting moment:
As well as all the individual improvements to ball and player control many of the game’s best strikers have their own signatures moves and free kicks, such as Ronaldinho, Frank Lampard and Roberto Carlos. This includes the ability to, quite literally, bend it like Beckham.

Since you ask:
As befits its global reach FIFA 07 has perhaps the most multinational soundtrack ever in video games, with everything from Argentinean rock band Bersuit Vergarabat to Spain’s The Pinker Tones and German group d.o.c.h.! (As well as Britbands such as Muse and The Young Punx.)

The bottom line:
FIFA gets serious in its attempt to out-football Pro Evolution Soccer

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars fifa 07 11 Jan. 2010
A Kid's Review
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
look up '' an annoying DS game'' in the dictionary, and it will probably say fifa 07. At least 50% of the time when you tackle someone its a fowl. This is made even worse by the stupid commenator, who is endlessly going '' I dont think the replay is going to shed any light on that'' and '' he missed! HOW did he miss that? '' etc. Then theres the graphics. Youd have thought with such a small area, they might be able to make it decent but no. I actually prefere NES graphics to this and im not joking. the gameplay is also very repetitive, you mainly move, pass, shoot. Oh and whenever you go onto it, it plays some awful rap music. They really have thought of everything haven't they? I do admit though, it can actually be quite fun when you get a goal, but other then that its boring. ALso for some strange reason, if you just tackle them, you get a red card, but if you tackle them and it injures them, nothing happens. This means that you can get all their good players off, which makes it even easier


+it can actually be fun at times

-rubbish graphics
-annoying music
-repetitive gameplay
-you can injure all their players
-tackles are ususally made fowls
-kind of pointless now fifa 10 is out


graphics:very bad
music:very bad
sound affects: there isnt really any
lifepan:very bad
replay factor:average
multiplayer: havent tried it yet



a very boring, annoying and repetitive football game. Get PES or mario strikers instead.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars One step forward but also one step back 2 Oct. 2006
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
The day that I bought FIFA 06 I posted a review on Amazon pointing out that whilst the game is pretty good, the graphics were disapointing and the fatigue/stamina bar ran out too quickly making some games a slow and boring affair.

You'll be pleased to know that in FIFA 07 the stamina bar is much improved and your players won't be gasping for breath after running half the length of the pitch. You'll also be pleased to know that gameplay is also excellent and more enjoyable than 06. Unfortunatley EA have somehow managed to take a step backwards in the graphics departmen. Whilst their console and PC versions of FIFA feature gorgeous graphics and lookalike players, DS owners will have to cope with blocky and shoddily designed stadia where fans look like a selection of lolly-sticks painted in the team colours. It truly is awful to the extent that at one point I had to ask myself "Is that a tree or part of the stadium?"

Graphics on the pitch aren't much better. Players still manage to look 'shiny' (see my FIFA 06 review) and slighly blocky and although kits are a little more recognisable that 06's it still isn't up to par. Sometimes the pitch will flicker too.

Gameplay wise the game is good, though sometimes you'll find yourself fighting the A.I when switching over to, say, a defender who is running back to cover his man. This makes it hard to control players sometimes and can be frustrating. The games difficulty levels vary from unbelievably easy to the point of winning each game 15-0 at the lowest setting to being very challenging on the highest. It is all still a little bit too easy for my liking though.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Easy To Win 24 April 2008
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
If you are a a person who only just bought this game, you cant create a profile, entirely because when you choose a difficulty for your game, when you get better, you can't change it! It is good fun, but gets boring and you keep on having to quit profiles. Can anyone correct me if I'm wrong and tell how to change difficulty when half way through the season.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fifa 07 Vs other EA Sports 7 Jun. 2011
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Fifa 07 is by far better than Fifa 08,Fifa 09,Fifa 10 ,Fifa 11 it is one of the best NIntendo Ds games ever made and it is the best EA Sports game

EA Done very well to create this game in late 2006 and my grandson and I love it and i totally recommend it to you if you like fun games on the Nintendo Ds
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent 2 Sept. 2013
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Yet again my son enjoys playing this game as amazon still produce good quality used goods. Will be ordering games in the future
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