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FIFA World Cup 2006 (PS2)

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Manufacturer: EA - Electronic Arts / Genre: Sports

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      29.08.2006 03:58
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      Great Soccer Game

      Fifa is a great game in that it allows you to be and control any team from all over the world from that of the EPL (English Premier League), the Spanish Leagues (Barcelona, Real Madrid), Italian Leagues, or the MLS (United States Soccer Teams). It has a great manager mode that allows you to be a team for as long as you are successful and allows you to make bids for players from other teams during transfer periods. All the players are well represented of how well they perform in real life and the graphics are realistic too.
      I recommend the game to anyone who enjoys watching or playing soccer.

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      EA SPORTS celebrates the world's largest sporting event with the only official and exclusive licensed videogame for the 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany. 2006 FIFA World Cup perfectly captures the emotion and passion of the world's fiercest national rivalries by giving users the opportunity to play with their heroes and the chance to win the FIFA World Cup. Play as your home nation and control your favorite players as you battle from qualification right through to a virtual re-creation of the final tournament in Germany.