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FIFA Soccer 09 Previews - PS2

Game Description:The perfect pitch gets even better in FIFA Soccer 09. Take the field with the world's top players and teams, this time with more than 500 new animations that add up to the biggest power boost for FIFA's game engine in four years. The new Collision Detection System lets players play - and collide - according to their size, speed, direction, and strength. During each collision, realistic physics determine who wins the ball. Boosted on-field acceleration abilities create quicker first steps and blazing attack runs. Four new skill moves - rainbow flicks, heel-to-heel knocks, ball rolls, and scoop turns - give you 32 tricks in all, enough to make even Ronaldinho proud.
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    FIFA Soccer 09 - All Access

    X-Play

    X-Play gets an early look at the exciting new features to be found in EA's FIFA Soccer 09 for multiple platforms.

    Posted: Sep 9, 2008 | 10,385 Views | 02:24 | 2 Comments


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    Posted: February 11, 2009

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  • FIFA Soccer 09 Review

    Posted: December 5, 2008

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