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2010 FIFA World Cup News Post

EA Sports has announced 2010 FIFA World Cup on their Facebook page. The game will release on April 27th.

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"It's official! The 2010 FIFA World CupTM game has been announced! One cool feature will be the first-ever full and authentic 2010 FIFA World CupTM online tournament. Compete online instantly - day or night - as your favourite country against other gamers around the world in the group stage through the knockout rounds to the World Cup Final and the chance to be crowned champion. The game features all 199 nations that took part in qualification."

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# 1 MMChrisS @ 01/26/10 06:15 PM
I've been playing FIFA 10 daily since it's release.

If the game features the qualifying rounds too....I'd be very happy. That's where World Cup games have failed in the past, and I think it's something that is very necessary. Otherwise you just keep playing the World Cup over and over again and it gets old very fast.
 
# 2 jyoung @ 01/26/10 06:37 PM
These games are usually a lot of fun.

Had some great memories with FIFA 98: Road to the World Cup on the N64.

Nothing like turning off all the fouls and having an indoor arena match between Iraq and the USA.
 
# 3 mercalnd @ 01/26/10 09:33 PM
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Originally Posted by MMChrisS
I've been playing FIFA 10 daily since it's release.

If the game features the qualifying rounds too....I'd be very happy. That's where World Cup games have failed in the past, and I think it's something that is very necessary. Otherwise you just keep playing the World Cup over and over again and it gets old very fast.
Euro 2004 and 2008, as well as World Cup 2006 all featured full qualifying so this one should be no different.
 
# 4 Moses Shuttlesworth @ 01/26/10 09:37 PM
It's absurd how they charge $60 for this game.
 
# 5 BunnyHardaway @ 01/26/10 09:43 PM
Even more absurd is the $60 they charged for FIFA 06: Road to the World Cup.
 
# 6 dickey1331 @ 01/26/10 09:51 PM
YES!!! I played the hell out of World Cup 06. I cannot wait till this game comes out
 
# 7 Qb @ 01/26/10 10:22 PM
With all 199 nations, you'd think qualifying would be in. I remember playing RTWC 98 and qualifying for the 1st time... only to find there was no World Cup.
 
# 8 Blaxican8504 @ 01/27/10 01:04 AM
I hate EA for putting games out that include something that should be in their main soccer game.
 
# 9 KG @ 01/27/10 10:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Blaxican8504
I hate EA for putting games out that include something that should be in their main soccer game.
Yeah, I could only imagine the fun of an all encompassing footy game. Imagine playing your Club MM and your players are leaving for the ACF and Qualifying games.

Arsenal fans would be so upset when their players picked up injuries in a meaningless friendly, lol.
 
# 10 BrianFifaFan @ 01/27/10 11:05 AM
I'll be getting this on PS3, as that seems to be the console they have all of their tourney support on. But, that said, as long as they don't take out my Pro Cam like they did with Euro, I'm in there!
 
# 11 bhurst99 @ 01/27/10 04:36 PM
With 199 teams it sounds like this will include qualifying. This will be a first day purchase for me. I loved Euro 2008 and still play it.
 
# 12 devilsjaw @ 01/28/10 10:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Blaxican8504
I hate EA for putting games out that include something that should be in their main soccer game.
I highly doubt that's EA's decision. I'm sure FIFA is the one that mandates their biggest tournament gets it's own game.
 
# 13 Krebstar @ 01/28/10 01:30 PM
I'm one of those who hate that this is $60, but I know I'll buy it.

Maybe, just maybe, they'll tweak the injuries so we actually get more and for longer amounts of time.
 

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