BackgroundFIFA 11 reinvents player authenticity – on and off the ball – for every player and at every position on the pitch with Personality+, an all-new feature that sees individual abilities reflected in game, enabling clear differentiation for every player.
With Personality+ a footballer’s abilities on the pitch is mirrored authentically in game, creating individual personalities. Players will be distinguished from one another through a sophisticated database that evaluates and grades each player’s skill-set over 36 attributes and 57 traits, compiled by 1700 scouts around the world. Real Madrid’s Kaka will deliver crisp, creative passes, Barcelona’s Andres Iniesta will utilize tighter turns and close control to dribble through defenses, Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney will hold off defenders and strike shots from distance with pace, and top-flight defenders like Giorgio Chiellini of Juventus will anticipate, predict and react to offensive players to win back possession.
Goalkeepers have also been injected with Personality+. The real-life personality of the keeper, whether acrobatic or traditional, will dictate his style in game. Dive attributes will determine the keepers with the ability to reach for further shots while reflex attributes determine reaction times, so a keeper like Petr Cech of Chelsea FC will show be able to showcase world-class skills.
Game PlayBuilding on the FIFA 10 gameplay that won 50 sports game of the year awards, FIFA 11 introduces new Pro Passing where pass accuracy is determined by a gamer’s ability on the control pad, and player skill, situation and urgency on the pitch, yielding a deeply rewarding passing system. Plus, a series of new customization tools will enable fans to transform FIFA 11 in new and personally meaningful ways. Assign customized chants for every team and league and play music tracks from your existing library from within the game.
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I've been on mid-semester break for pretty much the last week and have had loads of fun during it. The most important and pressing issue is the one of assignment work, which I have been keeping up with during this time. That's not to say that tonight I won't be studying my ass of and getting everything sorted out.
More recently in gaming news I've acquired FIFA 11 and have had loads of fun creating my pro and generally getting a feel for the game. Enjoying a lot more than FIFA 10 and going to make something of the game. I've also been in a GTA kinda mood ever since I saw the movie "The Other Guys". Something about the gritty urban sprawl and shooting and blood just revived my gameplay urge to kill people in GTA IV.
This post is meant to be short and sweet. I'll have more updates when I get more news.
Also, a topic for people to discuss if they can through the comments. What are everyone's thoughts on the independence of children? I was a bit shocked yesterday to see what looked like 3 11 year old girls, all by themselves wandering the big city (where I live). Is this an acceptable age for young children to be wandering about by themselves? Are children these days becoming more mature and independent? Should parents be far more concerned over the safety of their young ones? DISCUSS!
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- Genre: Soccer (PS2)
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: EA Sports
- Publisher: Electronic Arts
Released North America Sep 28, 2010
- Also known as:
- FIFA 11 in Europe
- FIFA 11: World Class Soccer in Japan