Better late than never, we can finally show you the retail version of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa in action. It's been a bit more than a week since the game's release, and those of you who have yielded to the call of the world cup must have noticed that it comes with many improvements over Fifa 10, but also with a lame new penalty kick system. The gameplay has been polished so controlling the ball and shooting feel closer to the real thing, which is great news for Fifa 11. There are still a few annoying things like when your player gets pushed by the AI and the referee does not even blink, but overall, it can't be denied that EA's team has done a good job. The video will show you different extracts from several matches, so you can haver a sneak peek at some of the official stadiums available in the game.
as a consumer i lose nothing if it's a shit game. reviewer do since they now have to publish a late review which probably doesn't get them as many clicks. but meh...reviewers...who cares. (4 minutes ago)
can't say i care much about bethesdas new policy. but then i don't put much stock in what other people have to say about games. buy a game. make your own mind up. sell it on ebay if it's shit. (6 minutes ago)
EuroGamer - Bethesda's anti-consumer review policy comes as no surprise: [url] (10 minutes ago)
"We also understand that some of you want to read reviews before you make your decision, and if that’s the case we encourage you to wait for your favorite reviewers to share their thoughts." (10 minutes ago)
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@Melmoth: vaguely remember that one. (1 Hour ago)