FIFA Soccer 11 on the Xbox 360 gives players the ability to build their Ultimate Team from the best football stars by earning, buying, selling and trading players with other FIFA Ultimate Team gamers around the world. Create and manage multiple squads and take them into competition in online and solo single-player tournaments, all dynamically updated each week. Want to manage your team while at the office? The Ultimate Team Web Application enables you to build your squads and trade players so when you get home you can jump straight in and test your latest signings.
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They call it the beautiful game, and this package demonstrates to some degree why it has this well deserved description. This latest offering in the series presents you with delicate touches and accurately controlled passes taking the place of the more crude brute fiorce tackling, and kick and run passing found in many football games. The players handle better and are much more controllable allowing for more subtle close contact play, and allowing the whole game to flow with less interruption.
Heading action is now more powerful allowing goal scoring off the head from a longer range. Not always a good point as now goal line scrambles are less likely. The result of all these improvements is a much more open and not always predictable play action both inside and outside the penalty areas. Fouls in the form of non deliberate handbalsl are another, not always welcome, introduction which, though sometimes causing unwanted breaks in play, make it more realistic, quite often occuring when defenders get in the way of a hammered shot into a defensive wall from a free kick or a tightly packed defensive formation.
Having said all that its tactically not all that different from FIFA 10, but that's not such a bad thing. But with the world cup in South Africa not present this year to boost football interest, sales will probably be less, but this is not a reflection on the package itself.
A great game not only for football fanatics.