2006 FIFA World Cup: PSP Soccer Video Game Review
The World Cup is in full swing and soccer fans all over the world are going crazy for all the excitement as the greatest teams, and players, in the world compete for glory and fame. Now, with Electronic Arts' 2006 FIFA World Cup, you can take a slice of the action with you wherever you go on the Sony PSP. Gary got his game on to bring you a game review, so check it out!
2006 FIFA World Cup - Soccer Game BasicsWith 2006 FIFA World Cup, you can pick from 127 different teams, play quick games, online games, multiplayer games and revert to Global Challenge mode to test your soccer skills. The biggest feature is being able to play in World Cup mode as one of the 32 teams that made it. You can also unlock videos of the stadiums in Germany, Adidas balls and more.
2006 FIFA World Cup - Goooooooal!Kickin' off the good news is the smokin' hot graphics! Not only are there cool video clips of the different stadiums and team anthems, the soccer players look great and have tons of cool moves. There are also over 100 mini-games you can play to test your soccer skills.
2006 FIFA World Cup - Red Card!The worst part about EA's 2006 FIFA World Cup is that the controls are all over the place! You'll get your fingers tied in knots when you start playing, so take some time to practice the moves so you don't get stomped online. The other big problem is that the replays suck. They're super slow, the players don't look so hot close up and the graphics can get glitchy while they play.
EA's 2006 FIFA World Cup for PSP - Soccer Mania or Stinker?Even with a few problems, EA's 2006 FIFA World Cup has enough solid gaming action to keep you playing for weeks. It's an awesome game for soccer fans and decent for everybody else.
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