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2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa for Wii
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    2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa for Wii - Look and Feel

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    As far as the look of the game goes, it is definitely colorful. Graphics are decent, although don't expect the ultra-realistic player models found in other soccer simulators. Players have a bit of a cartoonish look to them, almost as if they were designed to appeal to a younger, almost pre-teen audience. The players' movements are fluid and close to the real thing, however.

    If you are a showoff, you can choose between different custom celebrations after each goal to rub it in your opponents' faces even more. Stadiums look great, and really provide an exciting backdrop to the game. You get ten official stadiums to choose from; many will become more familiar once the real World Cup actually starts in South Africa. The colors, particularly of the field, really pop off the screen, and the crowd chants add plenty of adrenaline and energy.

    The crowds themselves are not very impressive, but they do their part in at least adding plenty of noise and interaction during the matches. According to the time of the match, you can even see shadows created throughout the stadium. You will get to see flags waving, streamers, explosions of confetti that rain onto the field, and even fireworks.

    The overall sound of the game is lively too, and helps capture the excitement of the World Cup. You get live commentary throughout the game, which includes spoken names of actual players. All in all, the presentation of 2010 FIFA World Cup is solid.

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