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|11-25-2008, 02:11 PM||#34 (permalink)|
[quote name='كمال اجسام' post='733213' date='Oct 14 2008, 06:28 AM']بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
حصرياً في كل المنتديات لعبة كرة القدم المشهورة في العالم
من اول صدورها عام 1994 الى 2008 .
The most popular sport on the planet unfolds in ultra-realistic Game Gear fashion. The 40 international teams can compete in four modes: Instant Replay, Exhibition, Tournament, and Championship. The game plays as smooth as any match you would see on TV, thanks in part to full-motion video in-game action sequences. Features a multitude of gaming choices such as length of games, fouls called or not, and field type.
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FIFA SOCCER '96 brings all the action of international soccer to the PC. Choose a country and hit the field for some quick action with the Exhibition mode. Should you want more of a challenge, try to win a tournament. Regardless of what mode you play, the in-game commentators react to the action on the field realistically. Do you have the skills to take your team to the World Cup in FIFA SOCCER '96?
FIFA SOCCER '97 creates the most realistic soccer experience possible. Over 4,200 players with current statistics from 12 international leagues are included. While you play, international soccer commentators John Motson, Des Lynam, and Andy Gray provide play-by-play and color commentary. All of the players on the field are realistic as well, thanks to new Motion Blending technology, a combination of motion capture technology and rendering tools that allows the players to look more natural and have fluid movements. Multi-colored goalie jerseys and numbers embossed on the back of the uniforms are only a couple of graphical touches that heighten the true to life nature of the game. All of the realism of FIFA SOCCER '97 will have you reaching for your soccer cleats.
FIFA 98 is a good soccer game with three unfortunate problems: Shoddy framerate, some AI glitches, and Konami's ISS64. The awesome sound, multiplayer gameplay, and FIFA license make FIFA 98 a good buy for soccer enthusiasts -- but only if they already own ISS64. Others, especially sticklers for a steady framerate and fast-paced sports will definitely want to rent it first. But what ever you do, hook it up to a surround sound system and remind your three best buddies to stop by with their controllers.
FIFA '99 is the next in line for EA Sports' soccer franchise, having been released a short five months after the debut of World Cup '98 on the PlayStation. It almost seems as if Electronic Arts is cashing in its FIFA license as much as possible, but playing the '99 edition and you'll see why this game is the soccer game to have.
Ah, the game of football (soccer to you Americans who already have your own version of football ... although oddly enough the ball doesn't actually touch the foot much in your version). "The second most important thing in life," as they say here on the "Old Continent." Millions of people loving the game with their hearts and souls, cheering for their team; happy when they win, sad when they lose. Yes, people occasionally get in fights over decades old sports rivalries, but try telling some guy in Catalonia that Real Madrid is the best Spanish club, or that Inter is the best club in Milan...
And that's only the beginning...
Did I hear somebody mention South America? The fire in the veins of Brazilians, Argentineans, or Columbians; Africa, Asia... Well, football is all over the place, and it's (very) slowly creeping into the hearts of US fans.
So, as we're nearing the year before the turn of the millennia, in comes the newest product to promote the magical game, titled appropriately FIFA 2000. As far as the world of football simulations goes, EA Sports has the undisputed heavy weight champ in their corner. The FIFA football series is by far the best one on the market, and there hasn't been any serious contenders to the crown yet.
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FIFA 2001: Major League Soccer aims to immerse its fans with the most realistic football experience possible. Over 50 international teams, including England, France, Germany, Holland, Spain, and the United States have made the cut, while 17 of the planet's top leagues have been incorporated as well. New motion captured moves from Matthaus, Mendieta, Scholes, and other soccer legends support the game's realism, with animated linesman and authentic light sourcing add that much more to the presentation. Perhaps the most important features, though, are the advanced sets of artificial intelligence, in-game cinematic cutscenes, and a ton of game modes that have been specially built for tournaments from around the world.
1.: Unrar and run Install.exe after completion run setupreg.exe to update registry.
2.: Go to 3dsetup directory and run 3dsetup.exe to choose your graphics adapter.
3.: Start the game with fifa2001.exe
Be sure all speech is disabled in options screen.
Hot on the heels of FIFA Soccer 2002, Electronic Arts has readied a World Cup-themed alternate version of the game. As the name suggests, the game focuses squarely on the World Cup tournament which takes place in Japan and Korea (May 31 to June 30 2002). Though FIFA 2002 featured a Road to the World Cup mode, players who wanted to take their favorite national team to victory were out of luck: qualification was as far as you could go. 2002 FIFA World Cup picks up where the old game left off and brings the excitement of the tournament home like no other game.
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All the speed, style and passion of the world's game come alive in FIFA Soccer 2003. With enhanced team play, improved ball control and deeper tactics, FIFA Soccer 2003 lets you take the pitch with your favorite players and teams from around the world.
EA's FIFA Soccer 2004 offers the most significant changes the game has seen in years. The core gameplay is changing ever so slowly from super arcade play to a more comprehensive, more realistic style of soccer, and the series is better for it. But it's not quite there yet. The Off The Ball play is good in respects, not so good in others, the Career mode is killer, and the other EA features ? from the My FIFA to the unbelievable soundtrack to the PC and PS2 online play give this game such depth, it's just a simply impressive overall package. If you love to play online, then you have got to get this game for the PC or PS2. It's still a good purchase for the other systems, but the new online play is, as they say in the drug clinics, quite addictive.
All great soccer players need a great first touch-and the same is now true for gamers with FIFA Soccer 2005. Using an all-new fluid player kinetic system, a player's first touch becomes a key advantage for players who can think quickly and act fast to outsmart the competition. An all-new animation system reacts to every button press with authentic responsiveness, directly translating to the speed of the world's greatest players. With more than 350 official team and league licenses from around the world, more than 12,000 officially licensed players, an enhanced Career Mode, and EA SPORTS Online play, FIFA Soccer 2005 offers more extras than any other sports game released in 2004.
EA Sports takes players back to the field with FIFA SOCCER 06 for the PC. Featuring nearly ever soccer team in existence and hundred of players, plus tweaks in game play and several new additions. Gamers will first notice the slight changes in controlling their teams. The passing and dribbling controls have been fine-tuned, allowing gamers to control nearly every aspect of the game. Each player has a strength rating that comes into effect when passing, as does the amount of weight players put behind the kick. A new shooting method, called the Optimized Shot Meter, requires more control and attention, as well. All of these realistic details make gamers feel like they're actually in the game and in control of everything. Manager mode now requires players to keep their club's budgets and handle purchases. Players have to decide how much to spend on staff, recruiting, stadium expenses, and other items. Then gamers have to decide if they want to sign with a sponsor to bring in extra income. All of this adds up to create a game that requires managers to really manage their team. FIFA SOCCER 06 contains all of the modes that made the previous FIFA SOCCER games great, including season, tournament, shoot-out, and verses modes. Voice-over commentary for the 06 version is provided by Clive Tydsley and Andy Gray. Soccer fans will enjoy hearing their expert commentary throughout the season as they recruit, train, and guide a soccer club to victory in FIFA SOCCER 06.
FIFA 07 throws you into the rollercoaster ride of a football season. Employ real world tactics, make realistic decisions, and think like a player in order to win matches. New intelligent AI ensures that your 11 men on the pitch make realistic decisions, finding space and passing like professionals. A complete overhaul of the game engine now means that you have to employ real world tactics, make realistic decisions and think like a player in order to win matches. Take on the updated and improved challenge of the Manager Mode. Player values and wages have been tuned to be even more realistic. Managerial decisions have even more tangible effects on player performance and welfare. Smarter CPU decisions mean rival managers are even more strategic in their own pursuit of silverware.
Featuring the image of two-time FIFA World Player of the Year Ronaldinho on the cover, the 2008 edition of FIFA once again rocks the world for fans of the game. For the first time ever, fans playing FIFA Soccer 08 will face the pressure to improve their game that real-world players endure every day. Be A Pro Mode locks you in the role of a single player and challenges you to master the same disciplines as a real soccer player—from positioning and tackling to reading the field and passing.
FIFA Soccer 08 puts you on the pitch to defy the odds, perfect your skills, elevate your game and rise up to win glory for your club. And the next-gen gameplay engine delivers animations and ball control that is so responsive you feel like you are actually on the pitch.
|11-28-2008, 08:45 PM||#40 (permalink)|
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