“FIFA 10” Out Tomorrow
FIFA 10 comes out tomorrow on Xbox 360, PS2, PS3, Nintendo Wii as well as PC, DS, PSP, iPhone OS, N-Gage and Mobile Phone. The game features 30 leagues and more than 500 teams as well as 41 national teams. For the first time, the Russian Premiere League has been included on some versions (PS3 and Xbox 360 have been excluded).
Players will have the chance to live the life of a professional soccer star and, in FIFA 10, you will have more control than ever since you can choose a soccer team from across national and international leagues and clubs, compete in a variety of gameplay modes while you hone your skills through practice shootouts.
In terms of gameplay, more than 50 new movement cycles have been included allowing players to have wider dribble touches and more realistic interactions between the dribbler and his defender. The developers have also refined the shooting system which is great because it gives players more control over the ball (they have also improved the ball’s physics).
Here is an overview of the changes from the product description:
- The first-ever true 360 dribbling system in a soccer game for more precise control
- Advanced animation warping technology allows players face and maneuver around defenders
- Players can now avoid passes not intended for them, avoid blocking teammate shots, and throw themselves in the way of attacker’s shots in defense
- Work on individual skills in a fully featured practice mode before stepping on the pitch.
- Design and record your very own dead ball moves on the training ground for use on match day to outwit your opponent.
Here’s a quick video of some of the features in FIFA 10: