June 11, 2010
The World Cup is now in full swing and to celebrate, EA and Gameloft have both decided to offer up their flagship soccer games for a measly $.99, but only for a limited time. FIFA World Cup ($4.99 -> $.99): FIFA World Cup features 105 international teams, and 10 stadiums and locations from the host nation, South Africa, to choose from. It contains six different game modes including local multiplayer and “Captain Your Country” where you can create and customize your own player, four levels of AI difficulty, and a new control system. The new control system does away with lettered buttons and replaces them with pass, shoot, and skill. It also now offers pass indicators that change color depending on the distance and difficulty of the pass, which should help you make better decisions on the fly. FIFA World Cup will be on sale through the weekend in honor of the US vs. UK match. Real Soccer 2010 ($4.99 -> $.99): Real Soccer 2010 contains eight leagues, 245 licensed teams and players, 14 stadiums, and voice commentary. The game also sports online multiplayer over Wi-Fi or local multiplayer via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. You are also able to upload replay videos to YouTube, along with the ability to update your roster with the latest trades. Real Soccer 2010 will be on sale until June 16th. So who is everyone rooting for this weekend?
Real Soccer 2010