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FIFA 10 (Wii) Review

FIFA 10 (Wii) Review

The latest installment to the popular soccer series, FIFA 10 for the Wii hopes to score as well as its competitive console counterparts. Developed by EA, the game boasts a series of changes from FIFA 09, including a retool of shooting, passing, targeting, and a slew of AI changes designed to contribute a more realistic feeling. Defensive and offensive AI has been given a boost as well, redesigned to make smarter more teamwork oriented plays.

The game is broken down into three game modes. Hit the Pitch allows players to select a team of their choice, then play against either another player or a computer. Battle for Glory puts players in control of their favorite team for an extensive tournament, and those who need to brush up on their skills can go to Training. One immediate plus is that the training mode provides so many options. Newcomers to the sport, or the gaming genre will find the Training very helpful as it breaks down parts of the game for individual play. Free kicks, corner kicks and penalty kicks can all be practiced separately from one another until the player is satisfied with their performance. Alternatively Open Play is ideal for practicing passing, shooting, and the movement controls.

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