2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Latest News - PS3

Game Description:Put yourself on the pitch and wear the shirt of your national team in Captain Your Country. Compete against friends to win your place in the full team, earn the captaincy, and then lead your nation in South Africa. Experience the thrill of scoring the winning goal in the FIFA World Cup Final, celebrate it with more than a dozen new user-controlled celebrations, and then lift the championship trophy.
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2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa News

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  • FIFA Predicts Spain As Winner of 2010 World Cup

    Besides having a very long title, 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa also wants to sell you on its fortune-telling abilities. The game has predicted that Spain will win the World Cup 3 - 1 against Brazil on July 11, thus saving you soccer fans a lot of waiting. According to Electronic Arts: Read More?

    Posted June 3, 2010

    FIFA Predicts Spain As Winner of 2010 World Cup
  • Got a Burning Question for Landon Donovan? Ask It Here!

    Now that I've recovered from the morning's announcements of the initial World Cup rosters (30 players will be narrowed down to the final 23 before the tournament), I'll be interviewing one of the players expected to represent the US in South Africa next month. Tomorrow afternoon, EA is inviting LA-area gaming media to a motion capture session...

    Posted May 11, 2010

    Got a Burning Question for Landon Donovan? Ask It Here!
  • Review: 2010 FIFA World Cup

    Title winners are still being decided across Europe's top-tier leagues and the World Cup still feels like an eternity away, but EA's not waiting to unleash more soccer madness. The publisher's dropping 2010 FIFA World Cup in stores today. I've logged in several hours with the latest licensed tournament game, and although it comes with caveats...

    Posted April 27, 2010

    Review: 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • Top Five Irish Video Game Characters

    It’s Saint Patrick’s Day, folks, also known as amateur night for drinkers! But let’s celebrate the Irish, and our important contributions to Western Culture. There's jovial fist-fights, the Irish stereotype of the drunken, poetic genius embodied in such great Irishmen as James Joyce, Brendan Behan, and The Pogues' Shane...

    Posted March 17, 2010

    Top Five Irish Video Game Characters
  • GDC: 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa Interview

    According to Matt Prior, EA Sports Producer, 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa, "Represents the best football game EA has ever produced." That's quite a statement! Prior goes on to tell Adam Sessler, "This game actually has every football [soccer] team in the world that we could put in; your Brazils, your Englands, your...

    Posted March 11, 2010

    GDC: 2010 FIFA World Cup: South Africa Interview
  • E3 2010: 2010 FIFA World Cup Guinness World Record Attempt

    Posted: June 15, 2010

    1,389 Views | 04:27

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup Review

    Posted: April 27, 2010

    7,489 Views | 02:22

  • 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa Penalty Save Trailer

    Posted: April 6, 2010

    1,832 Views | 01:48

  • EA Sports Season Opener Preview from GDC 2010

    Posted: March 16, 2010

    3,760 Views | 02:40


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