2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa


Categoría(s): Deportes - Fútbol
Descripción

2010 FIFA World Cup es el videojuego oficial de la Copa Mundial de Fútbol de 2010 creado por EA Sports para Xbox360, PSP, Wii y PlayStation 3.

Algunas novedades en el juego son con respecto a FIFA 10: Jugar en los 10 Estadios Oficiales Designados de la Copa del Mundo FIFA Sudáfrica 2010. EA anunció muchas mejoras en cuanto a FIFA 10, como mayor fatiga en lugares con altitud, lo que le da un poco más de realismo al juego, y que favorece a la hora de afrontar eliminatorias con selecciones como Bolivia, Ecuador o Suiza. Mejores gráficos: entornos más realistas en los estadios y mayor calidad de detalles en los jugadores, balones, botines e indumentarias. También se anunció que los jugadores pueden lesionarse fuera de los partidos internacionales y un nuevo modo de Penales que permite picar la pelota o amagar antes de rematar. El modo multijugador se mejoró también, aparece la opción de disputar la Copa Mundial Online con el equipo que quieras, haya clasificado o no, sin tener que afrontar eliminatorias. El juego nos irá seleccionando rivales que estén en la misma fase que el jugador y , en caso de que se esté jugando la fase de grupos, nos dará los resultados del rival para poder ver si clasifica o no a la siguiente fase.

Otra novedad con respecto a su antecesor es el realismo de los jugadores, el cual mejoró mucho desde el 2006.

El juego contiene las siguientes modalidades:

Description

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa is the official video game for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, published by EA Sports.

The method of taking a penalty kick was altered on the game. In the player's display in the bottom-left, the coloured bar below the name represents the accuracy, while the green bar above represents the power (PS3/Xbox 360 versions only). This feature was thereafter adopted for future FIFA titles.

Players choose a team from the 199 nations available and compete against the computer or against other players through online gaming services PlayStation Network or Xbox Live. All 10 official World Cup stadiums are available for play.

EA has announced that there will be gameplay improvements over FIFA 10, such as a higher rate of player fatigue for matches at higher altitudes, with an advantage to a home team who plays at a higher altitude against an away team who does not. EA has also announced that players can get injured outside of international matches.

EA has also announced that the "Captain Your Country" mode will return, and that FIFA 10 owners can import their Virtual Pro for this purpose, and then earn CYC Accomplishments and attribute boosts.[8] The game's penalty kicks have been changed in order for their outcome to better reflect the player's own composure, and the game's online multiplayer lobby system has been limited to unranked head to head matches. As in 2006 FIFA World Cup a "scenario" mode is included with 55 playable scenarios from past World Cup matches. In addition, scenarios from the 2010 World Cup are playable with an online update.

The Wii version of the game features more stylized graphics, and utilizes a nuanced physics system to allow for more casual, arcade-style gameplay. This version supports multiple control schemes, including the Classic Controller. Exclusively in this version, players are required to use quick-time events to save free kicks or penalty shots, or to win possession of the ball after it is punted or corner-kicked. It is also possible for multiple players to take control of one team in that version.