FIFA Soccer 07 – PC

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FIFA Soccer 07 - PC

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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
  • Features 27 leagues from 20 nations. Over 510 teams are accurately represented with correct kits and badges
  • Enhanced Manager Mode – Real money, youth player development, press and fan reaction. Immerse yourself completely in the world of a football manager

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.

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  1. 13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    best sports game i’ve played yet, November 6, 2006
    By 
    Hipoltry (Buffalo, NY USA) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: FIFA Soccer 07 – PC (DVD-ROM)

    I’m a huge soccer (football for UK readers) fan, but this is my first FIFA game. I’ve owned several versions of Madden, NBA, and NHL games. All were fun, but eventually got pretty bored with them, in that you could only play as or against the same 30-odd teams, with the exception of EA’s NHL games, where you could play in a couple European leagues. However, those players were so bad, it wasn’t much fun at all. In FIFA however, you have access to over 200 teams, in 40(?) leagues. It’s actually pretty overwhelming. The depth is one of the best atributes of this game. Not only does it have all the players for all the teams, it’s got all the stadiums, beautifully recreated. The manager mode is great. You can take over powerhouse teams like Chelsea with budgets of 65 million, or take over a division II team and try to work your way up to the premiership. The graphics are great, the audio is even better. The crowd chants are great and the commentary is very detailed, in comparison to say.. John Madden who still says the same 5 things every game.. for the past 5 years. The gameplay is pretty simple, but I’m only playing at the semi-pro level. Which leads me to the controls. I’m playing with just my keyboard and this is my first FIFA game and I’m managing fine. The only thing I have a problem with is doing tricks, but that’s kind of a luxury i can do without. I still win most of my games (playing as Chelsea). With the exception of a 6-1 blowout of Tottenham, all my games have been pretty realistic regarding the score. As far as I know, there’s none of those loopholes where you can always score from the same spot or set-up, which is nice. For soccer fans, this is a must-have, for sports fans generally, this is a great pick-up.

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  2. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fun to play, but flawed many times over, June 2, 2007
    By 
    Bardia (Ormond Beach, FL, United States) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: FIFA Soccer 07 – PC (DVD-ROM)

    I had been waiting for this release for months. When I got it, I was ecstatic. After playing, I was even happier, until I got farther in. The gameplay itself is good. It’s fun to play, even if some of the players’ faces look like they are melting (Diarra, Ronaldinho…). The length of time for throw ins is unrealistic, but ignorable. In addition, the defenders are a bit lazy.

    Created clubs were something I have been emailing them about since FIFA 04, and I am glad to see they have finally added them in. Fun, but when you are playing, your club crest does not show up where you would like it to.

    Manager mode my favorite part, unfortunately the most flawed. To begin with, it will not let me play 3 or more seasons with my team unless I release some players first (don’t know why, REALLY frustrates me sometimes when I have to sell the star or favorite player for free). It crashes if I don’t. Spelling errors are all over the place, from the interviews to the newspaper headlines. The most annoying bugs, however, are in the scouting section of manager mode. I sign the player I have just found to be the next Ronaldinho. He plays brilliantly, scoring a hat trick in his debut. When the post-game screen shows up, however, there is a giant blank where his name and xp should be, and 0 shows up in all detail columns. I go to the player growth charts, and all of his graphs are level, gray question marks. I have to sell him because he is now useless to me. These kinds of bugs are more common as you go on in manager mode, as they only impact game-created players (that the game creates automatically to keep the talent pool going as real-life players retire). As I am writing this, the game is minimized. I had just had to sell 5 of my most promising players because of this bug. The problems take all of the fun out of manager mode.

    Final Verdict: I seriously think that EA did not have beta testers for this release. They should be embarrassed about the number of bugs, crashes, and spelling errors that are rampant in the game. A few pros, but not enough to unsettle my thoughts from the above.

    Gameplay: B+

    Manager Mode: D

    Overall: C

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