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FIFA 11 Review


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Aditya Solanki reviews FIFA 11 Review

Electronic Arts’ (EA) new instalment of the FIFA brand has had a major revamp. FIFA 11 which is released on Friday 1st October has changed many features from the previous version.

The main menu has the same look and feel, going straight to kick-off allows for a quick game to be started. When playing with two players, the new Training Arena – which gamers can play in before the match starts, allows for both players to have a play around instead of just the Player 1.

The game play is a lot more accurate to real-life, players each have individual attributes due to the new Personality + feature in the game. Players like Iniesta can easy turn and play the pass, which other player who are less skilled will have difficulty doing either by getting tackled or misplacing the pass.

EA have replaced the manager mode in FIFA 10 with a new career mode. The new features have linked the manager mode and the virtual pro modes together. Gamers, as before, are allowed to be a Virtual Pro, or a Manager, but the new feature also allows the gamer to be both the Manager and a Virtual Pro, or a member of the existing squad in the same mode. This new feature allows you as the manager to insert your Virtual Pro into your side as you please.

In career mode you can choose to play the game as normal – controlling the whole team, or playing as your chosen player or Virtual Pro.

The new game is much more customisable than previous versions.

The new manager mode has been totally revamped, gamers can view the transfer pages throughout the season, not only during the transfer windows. The manager mode is run on a day-to-day basis instead of a match-to-match basis in the previous version. This game mode steps on the toes of Football Manager and adds hours of extra gameplay.


Out-of-box playing: 9/10

Game-play: 9/10

Graphics: 10/10

Addictiveness: 9/10

Overall: 9/10

The best sports game this year.


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