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Format: PlayStation 3
Mfg Part#: 19412
Sku: 212922529
UPC: 014633194128
UPC 14: 00014633194128
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For the first time ever, play out the 2010 FIFA World Cup in a full and authentic online tournament mode. Carry the hopes and dreams of your favourite nation into battle against fans from rival countries. Compete under the same conditions your real-world heroes will face in South Africa, from the group stage through the knockout rounds to the chance to be crowned 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa champion. For fans of nations that failed to qualify for South Africa this is the chance to replay and re-write history. Plus, earn individual and team points to prove your nation is the best in Battle of the Nations.

"2010 FIFA World Cup is one of the best sporting simulations I've ever played.  Andrew Fitch, 1UP.com
"Better than FIFA 10. World Cup manages to strike a balance between the substance of simulation and elaborate frenzies to appreciate with friends.  Tom Pakinkis, ComputerAndVideoGames.com

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Video Features 2010 FIFA World Cup Online: The first-ever full and authentic 2010 FIFA World Cup online tournament. Compete as your favourite country against rivals in the group stage through the knockout rounds to be crowned 2010 FIFA World Cup champion. Navigate the Globe to locate top countries and opponents among all 199 participating nations.
Video Features Altitude Effects: Less air resistance at altitude means the ball travels faster and further. Plus, player will noticeably fatigue faster and their stamina challenged while playing in cities at higher elevations versus sea level.
Video Features Authentic Stadiums: Compete in all 10 official stadiums of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa.
Video Features Battle of the Nations: Represent your country in the 2010 FIFA World Cup online tournament against your rivals to win global supremacy. Earn individual and team points and prove your nation is the best. Every performance is rated, recorded and uploaded and your ratings all count towards player and nation leaderboards.
Video Features Home & Away Tactics: CPU mimics international football by creating strategic, defensive formations for weaker teams playing away from home. Plus, weaker teams raise their level of play on their home pitch.
Video Features Spectacular Presentation: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa comes to life in spectacular fashion with all the emotion and pageantry of the official tournament, including all 10 official licensed stadiums. Experience confetti cannons, streamers, giant banners, seat cards, flags and fireworks as if you were in South Africa.
Video Features Win the 2010 FIFA World Cup: Compete as one of 199 teams from qualification right through to a virtual reproduction of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final. Play in any of the 10 official stadiums that come to life with the pageantry and festivity of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

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Tech Features Product Type Software
Tech Features Distribution Media/Method Blu-ray Disc
Tech Features Manufacturer Part Number 19412
Tech Features Manufacturer Electronic Arts, Inc
Tech Features Product Name 2010 FIFA World Cup
Tech Features Brand Name EA
Tech Features Platform Supported PlayStation 3
Tech Features Software Name 2010 FIFA World Cup
Tech Features Software Sub Type Sports Game
Tech Features Software Main Type Game

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Tech Specs Product Type Software
Tech Specs Manufacturer Part Number 19412
Tech Specs Manufacturer Website Address www.ea.com
Tech Specs Manufacturer Electronic Arts, Inc
Tech Specs Product Name 2010 FIFA World Cup
Tech Specs Brand Name EA
Tech Specs Platform Support PlayStation 3
Tech Specs Software Name 2010 FIFA World Cup
Tech Specs Software Sub Type Sports Game
Tech Specs Software Main Type Game

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IGN.com 8 of 10
With every World Cup comes another EA Sports-made soccer title. For South African World Cup that means the release of 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, a game that, despite its unattractive name, does a good job of presenting some of the same great soccer action seen in FIFA 10 with just the right amount of mechanical and aesthetic innovations to make it feel like a title that can stand on its own two feet. Of course, it doesn't hurt that it not only features the world's most popular sporting event, but it also delivers the excitement better than any other sports game in history...It benefits from having the same engine running under its hood as IGN's Sports Game of the Year for 2009, FIFA 10. The soccer is fluid, the graphics are sharp and players are able to perform great feats of athleticism without ever looking unrealistic or overly arcade. One of the biggest and most substantive improvements has to do with infusing the World Cup into everything you do in the game. Everything from the main menu to picking teams for a friendly incorporates elements of this year's tournament in South Africa...You pick a team to represent, then a separate team to play with each match. If you pick Germany, you're going to get a smaller amount of points than if you chose a team like United Arab Emirates. Your point total is added in with others who selected the same original squad to form a set of world rankings. Of course, you can also play in a standard head-to-head match, which performed quite well in my playtests...There's no question that 2010 FIFA World Cup is a very impressive game of soccer at its core. It has many of the frills that you'd expect from a World Cup presentation, even if a few of them are more annoying than not. The advent of things like Two Button controls for all of our mothers and fathers to play with is cool for the casual players, but the lack of customization for hardcore soccer fans is a real disappointment. If you enjoyed FIFA 10, I'd say that this one is certainly worth a look. If you don't think the soccer will blow your mind, just wait until you win the World Cup. It's something truly special. - Nate Ahearn

1Up.com 9 of 10
Sure, hardcore soccer fans can't wait to take obscure teams like Accrington Stanley from the depths of the lower-tier English leagues to the glory of the billion-pound Premiership in FIFA 10. But for more casual observers of the sport who don't know Colchester United from Ipswich Town, it's all about the World Cup -- that's the gateway drug to becoming a serious fan...I didn't pay attention to soccer at all until the 1994 World Cup, but I've been hooked ever since. It wasn't just the action on the pitch that made me fall in love, though -- it was the intense atmosphere. I'd seen baseball rivalries, like Red Sox vs. Yankees and Giants vs. Dodgers, in American sports, but teams like Italy, Brazil, and Germany and their rabid supporters showed me passion and emotion that American sports just don't match. And it's that sort of fever pitch that separates 2010 FIFA World Cup from any previous EA FIFA entry -- and really any other sports game in history...The atmosphere isn't limited to what's in the stands, though -- it's quite literally in the air. On the Sports Anomaly, we've joked about the Pro Evolution Soccer series' supposed "heavy air" -- allegedly tuned to deliver more authentic ball physics. Developer EA Canada, on the other hand, promised "lighter air" in high-altitude places like Peru, Bolivia, and Mexico City in 2010 World Cup -- and it turns out that this wasn't just hot air. By the end of a game in La Paz -- the world's highest capital city at nearly 12,000 feet -- my guys were suffering from exhaustion and couldn't even muster simple runs past midfield. There's a reason mighty Argentina, even with the magical Lionel Messi, lost 6-1 at Bolivia in South American qualifying: It's tough to win in places that make Denver seem like sea level by comparison!...2010 FIFA World Cup is one of the best sporting simulations I've ever played -- particularly for passionate fans of international soccer. But it's also clear that the franchise has reached a kind of sporting Uncanny Valley: It tries to be so authentic that when something's off, it's horribly, noticeably off. For the first time in a soccer game, though, you can take every team eligible for the 2010 World Cup to the finals -- and if that means I have to put up with North Korean fans chanting in Spanish, well, it's a sacrifice I'm willing to make. - Andrew Fitch

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Product attributeESRB Rating:   E (Everyone)
Product attributeGame Format:   PlayStation 3
Product attributeGame Genre:   Sports
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