FIFA Soccer from EA - PSP Video Game Review
Do you dig soccer? Do you want to play it when you're on the go? Electronic Arts is here to feed your need for sports action with the FIFA Soccer video game for the Sony PSP. How does the Playstation Portable handle EA's sports game? We've checked it out and here's the 411 for you!
Kickin' it with FIFA Soccer on the PSPEA has packed hundreds of players and teams, tons of options, great graphics and a bag of potato chips into this game. Ok, maybe not the chips. It's basically FIFA Soccer 2005 for the PS2, but with enough bits cut off to fit it into the PSP.
Scorin' Points with FIFA SoccerThe best news is that the graphics have stayed rock solid and the music is still great. There are also a bunch of game modes you can play with, from single matches to full seasons, and when you pull off cool moves you earn points you can use to unlock extra uniforms, stadiums, balls and music. Sweet!
Losin' Games with FIFA Soccer Here's what hurts - the multiplayer is all busted! You can play it, but it lags and the graphics go all to heck on you occasionally. There's also no career mode, which is a serious bummer. It's a bit tricky to pull moves on the PSP too, unless you're a supreme master of thumb-fu.
Final Score for EA's FIFA Soccer on the PSPIt's a decent soccer game, but it's missing a bunch of the stuff that could take it from ho-hum to sha-zam. If you want to play a whole lot of soccer, it's good. But it definitely has problems.
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