The World Cup, possibly the world's most anticipated sporting event, is coming up very soon. For soccer fans, the wait to watch their favorite nations' teams in action might be too much to bear. If you are looking for something to satisfy your soccer-loving appetite prior to the big tournament, then 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa for the Wii gaming console might do the trick. Be forewarned, however, that if you are one that loves realism and the true essence of the game, you might want to give this game a pass. If you just want some plain old soccer fun, though, the title should do.
Although it is made by EA Sports, 2010 World Cup strays away from the popular FIFA 10 title that brings more realism to the table. 2010 World Cup has both the appearance and the gameplay one might expect from an arcade game. There is nothing wrong with that; it does provide you with plenty of action-packed fun, but much of the realism some might yearn for is not really here.
The choices for which squad you want to play are enormous. You can choose from 199 different teams to play. Of course, within that number, you have the 32 nations that are competing in the upcoming World Cup, and most people will likely choose one of those to play. Still, it is nice to have a wide selection to pick from, even if your favorite team did not make the actual World Cup this time around. What is even better is that you get actual rosters, allowing you to take control of your favorite players from around the world.
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