On the pitch, critical gameplay fundamentals have been enhanced to ensure that FIFA Soccer 10 mirrors real-world soccer, providing more sophisticated ball control, and physical interaction between players. In addition, players now move, behave and position themselves more realistically. On attack, players analyze space more effectively, curve their runs in an attempt to stay onside, create passing lanes naturally, and drive for more variety in attacking options. On defense, new concepts like position priority enable defenders to multitask so dangerous spaces left open by teammates out of position are covered. Plus, slide tackle targeting, press marking, and better-urgency clearance logic provide new options that make defending a tactical skill in FIFA Soccer 10. In goal, a myriad of improvements and refinements to goalkeeper intelligence result in a more responsive and powerful rushing system and ultra-realistic saves.
Electronic Arts has delivered a fantastic soccer title with FIFA Soccer 10. They have fine-tuned the areas that were needed from FIFA Soccer 09 and have listened to the demands of the fans. The manager mode has received a plethora of improvements, the 360 dribbling system allows for better control of the ball, and the all-new Virtual Pro mode is a godsend for soccer fans. To simply put it in a few short words, FIFA Soccer 10 is one of 2009’s better sports titles. Covering what should turn out to be the most important feature of FIFA Soccer 10, the Virtual Pro mode is highly impressive. Granting full control to the player over their professional footballer, FIFA 10 allows players to create their pro and strive to become a virtual legend on the field. The Virtual Pro permits... Read Review