With the FIFA World Cup happening, EA Sports decided to capitalise and thus, the official game of the World Cup was born. It featured some interesting modes and FIFA 10's solid gameplay.
|8||Football is quite simply the most popular sport in the world and the World Cup, which happens every four years, is the most watched single sporting event. So, it stands to reason that EA would release a game to tie-in with the occasion as they have done for many iterations now. However, FIFA is already a yearly brand and with there only being around six months since the last game, there will no doubt be question marks raised about what this game can really offer. Can it genuinely improve over the last title, or is it simply just a cash-in? |
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