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FIFA 08

Released on 28 September 2007

Rating: 3+ (PEGI)

3.0 out of 5 (91 customer reviews) | Write a review

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FIFA 08 challenges players to master the skills required to play like a professional football player. Fans around the world can experience the same highs and lows of real-world players and tackle the challenges they face on a daily basis. Players are now aware of their surroundings, reacting authentically to threats and opportunities to make intelligent decisions. Now with the FIFA 08 shooting system you can enjoy even more control and precision in front of the goal to become a true marksman.

For the first time ever, fans playing FIFA 08 will face the pressure to improve their game that real-world players endure every day. A new play mode called Be A Pro locks you in the role of a single player and challenges you to master the same disciplines as a real professional player-from positioning and tackling to reading the field and passing. FIFA 08 now gives every football fan the chance to perform pro skills with a true next-generation organic 'building-block' system. You can combine tricks and skill moves together to recreate signature moves from the real-world superstars or define your own style of play. You can even capture video of your best moves and goals in-game and upload to the FIFA 08 website to show off your style and celebrate your glory with friends across the globe.

In addition, FIFA 08 is dramatically more real and exhilarating with the inclusion of 620 licensed teams, 30 official leagues, and more than 15,000 players.

A New Football Experience: Revolutionary game controls allow you to pass, shoot, and perform skills such as stepovers and drag-backs, all with a flick of the wrist. Dictate the play with new manual controls for through-passing and crossing, or control your goalkeeper in one-on-one situations to deny an onrushing striker.

Footii Party: Play three completely unique Party Games - Juggling, Boot It and Table Football - to unlock Ronaldinho and take on the champ. Have fun and watch the meter count your calories burned.

    Juggling: Use your self-created Mii and the Wii Remote to see how many times you can juggle the ball. Watch out, though, as opponents can use trick balls and spins to throw you off your game.

      Boot It: Play as the goalie or the shooter with up to three friends in a simultaneous shooting frenzy. Use Wii Remote gestures for both kicking and saving the ball. Take turns blasting away at targets or go all at once in rapid fire to see who can score the most points. Watch the keeper deflect balls back at you.

        Table Football: Enjoy a new twist to an old favourite in our version of Table Football. Use the Wii Remote to trap and swing the ball to score and unlock new tables.

          Enhanced AI: New defensive AI means that players ensure they're in the right place at the right time. New player and team traits differentiate the stars.

            Online Play: Pick your favourite team and go online to challenge a rival squad one-on-one.

              Interactive Leagues: Represent your club online against your rivals throughout the season in the F.A. Premier League, Bundesliga, French League or Mexican 1st Division. When they play, you play.

                Join the Football Academy: Learn the basics by playing 30 interactive tutorials. Each lesson teaches you how to master the motion controls and perform all the necessary movements to dominate on the pitch.

                customer Reviews

                 Average rating (91 reviews)

                 GAME ON!!!!

                | | See all Deadmanwalking's reviews (3)

                Well EA have done it again but this time for the WII. Its brilliant the graphics and the game-play are out-standing. All the teams/players are there what more do we all want?..... The only 2 things missing from this game is no create player and manager mode but hey i can live with that. There are mini games u can play there is table footie and more. There are 2 game types you can play there is family play (play with WII remote) or advance mode(WII remote and Nunchuck) but word of warning if playing advance mode make sure you go to football academy then you'll definitly be on your way to glory ENJOY

                 AMAZING

                | | See all everythingismine's reviews (9)

                I got my Wii today and as you all know the comes with Wii sports,so i also got anotther game fifa 08. and i was plesently surpised on how good this gae really is for the Wii i strongly recomend any Wii owner to get this game. Its graphics arevery god for the console that they are priected on and the gameplay is very good aswell!!!!!!!! You have to get this game. I hae also played fifa 08 on th ps3 and thought i was good but i much prefer the fifa 08 on the Wii!!!!!!!!!!!Get this game!!!!!

                 Promising, but frustrating

                | | See all EdHales's reviews (1)

                On first glance, FIFA '08 looks great - hundreds of licensed teams, thousands of licensed players - a new control system specifically for the Wii, online multiplayer.

                Presentation wise, this is everything you'd expect from an EA game - slick menus, good music, big, bold team badges, nice graphics, decent (if annoying) commentary from Andy Gray and, I think, Martin Tyler?

                The problems, for me, arise chiefly in two areas - "usability" and controls.

                The first problem comes from the menu and navigation system - substitutions are pointlessly unwieldy, the Wii remote is overly sensitive when choosing players, and if you use the stick / pad, you have to keep the 'mote 100% still. It may sound like a small point, but why - as in previous FIFA's - can you not just scroll down from your current XI to access the bench? Instead, you have to press (1), to toggle between the two. The team selection screen for a "vs" game could be better, but is at least quick. Online games are hit-and-miss. From my experience, I've had serious trouble connecting to the EA servers (I have a reliable, fast wireless connection), and despite me never having quit out of a game, I have a positive DNF rating when my opponent's connection failed. Online games are good fun, and generally lag-free, however, and one of the main reasons I rate the game as 3-star, rather than 2.

                The other main problem is the controls. In one respect, EA are to be congratulated for having adapted the game for the Wii remote and nun-chuck, but their motion controls are far from perfect. Most actions rely on the remote being held perfectly level, for a start. For example, tricks like stepovers and dummies are performed by swinging the remote either left or right while pressing (C) on the nun-chuck. More often than not, I find myself hoofing the ball upfield as the remote senses even the slightest upward movement, which performs a shot.

                Another major problem is that both a header/volley and sliding tackle are performed by swinging the remote down. When you're going for a cross, it can be difficult to judge when to perform this action, and if you time it wrong, you're more than likely to end up with a red card for your striker as he lunges desperately at the goalie, or a defender. I've done this bags of times, and online opponents appear to suffer from the same issue, so it's not just me!

                As with most Wii games, the controls can take some getting used to, and while you will certainly get used to them, I don't think they are particularly intuitive.

                However, it's not all bad. I give FIFA three stars because it IS fun to play footie with the 'mote and 'chuck - you do definitely feel more involved. Online games are easy to set up, the graphics are nice and bold (and you can switch to the "classic" camera angle if you don't like the goal-to-goal default view). Goals really do feel like something worth celebrating, and replays are great to watch.

                As the Wii's first serious football game, FIFA has a 100% market share, which will guarantee it a place in the top 10 for the forseeable future. It doesn't entirely deserve it, but it's by no means a total flop.

                 THE BEST FIFA GAME EVER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

                | | See all FerrariF40's reviews (4)

                This is simply the best Fifa Football game for any console
                The controls are hard to begin. but when you go to football acdamy it is a lot beter. Some people have said it is hard to control so they advised you not to get it. Ignore them. just because the are not good at the game it is not it's fault. The graphics is ten times beter than i first thought.

                If you are not good at other football games You will find advansed mode hard. but you can use famliy mode. all you use is the wii remote.

                YOU MUST GET THIS FOR THE WII !!!

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                Rating3+ (PEGI)